How to Fold a Burrito
Here's how to properly fill fold a burrito in 3 quick steps.
These top-rated burrito recipes start with a couple classics and then venture into the adventurous, with tasty takes on the burrito theme including cheeseburger burritos, vegetarian options, and burrito pie.
Packed full of bacon, eggs, Cheddar, and hash browns, these breakfast burritos are wrapped in aluminum foil for easy freezing and reheating.
These phorittos, a clever fusion of Vietnamese pho soup and burritos, are made with ribeye steak, rice noodles, chile sauce, and fresh herbs.
Tender seasoned shredded pork fill these cheesy burritos that are lightly fried to a golden brown. You can also serve them as soft burritos.
Seasoned strips of flank steak, onions, potatoes, bell pepper, and jalapeno pepper make a hearty breakfast burrito.
These fast, easy, bean taco-burritos stay together nicely, so your little one can eat the WHOLE THING! Refried beans, lettuce, tomato, avocado, green onions and cheese are put in a tortilla, folded over, and folded again into a wedge shape. The wedge shape keeps everything contained!
A hearty recipe for a style of breakfast burrito found in every eatery, taco stand, and gas station around Santa Fe, made with the famous green chiles from Hatch, New Mexico.
Warm tortillas are topped with refried beans, seasoned ground beef, and a delicious mix of peppers in these bold and spicy homemade burritos.
Easy to make, these special low-fat burritos taste awesome! You don't eat red meat, but love burritos? Well, you can't taste the difference here. These are medium spicy, not fire hot!