Cooked 100% whole grain brown rice, sautéed onion, garlic and spices, flavorful black beans, corn, and cheddar cheese wrapped inside a flour tortilla – the yummiest alternative to take out when you’re craving Mexican food.
Heat vegetable oil in large skillet over medium-high heat until hot. Add onion, garlic, chili powder and cumin. Sauté 3 to 5 minutes until onion is tender.
Add cooked rice, black beans and corn; cook over medium heat, stirring. This process will take up to 3 minutes or until the mixture is thoroughly heated. Remove from heat.
Spoon ½ cup rice mixture down center of each tortilla. Top each with 2 tablespoons cheese, 1 tablespoon green onion and about 2 teaspoons sour cream; roll up, top with a scant tablespoon of salsa before serving. Tip: squeeze a lime for extra flavor and freshness.
In case you were still wondering… YES! Burritos have rice. Not only is it the perfect companion but, by adding Mahatma® Brown Rice you instantly turn your meal into a whole-grain filled dish. Effortless and without sacrificing any flavor, this recipe is a staple when you’re craving a hearty and savory meal.
These burritos are mostly made from pantry ingredients. Going with canned vegetables will help to save time, but you can easily swap them out with fresh ones. In any case, sauté the veggies with the seasonings for an even more flavorful burrito filling. The filling can be made in advance, stored and be ready to assemble, making burritos is an excellent idea for meal-prep.
Who needs fast food when you can make these scrumptious yet easy-to-make Mexican burritos? Not to mention, this is a customizable meal the whole family will enjoy!
It is commonly known that burritos can be filled with basically anything and still taste heavenly. That being said, avocados have a special place in our hearts and are one of our favorite toppings. If you’re an avo-lover, add a few chunks or guacamole – or better yet, leftover Guacamole Rice Dip to maximize your meal’s flavor and add extra creaminess.
Salsa and chili powder aren’t spicy enough? Replace regular black beans with its spicy version. Adding threads of sriracha will also help to heat it up.
For a Gluten-Free meal, replace the flour tortillas with corn tortillas, or your preferred wheat alternative.
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