How I cook burritos in my truck

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  1. CatchUp

    CatchUp Bobtail Member

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    Step 1: chop up some onions and peppers and saute them in a pan

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    Step 2: transfer them to a bowl or plate (I like to save about 25% of it to add to my eggs)
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    Step 3: brown your ground beef. I keep it simple, only season it with salt, pepper, and cayenne pepper.
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    Step 4: drain the juices! This is important because if you don't, then it'll be too watery.
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    Step 5: add 1-2 cans of refried beans and diced tomatoes. This is why it's important to drain the juices because these cans are a bit liquid-y.
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    Step 6: add your peppers & onions, let the beans cook for about 10 minutes.
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    Step 7: heat up some flour tortillas and add your favorite hot sauce or salsa.
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    Step 8: bon appetit!
     

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  3. MacLean

    MacLean Road Train Member

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    ####, I was literally just about to ask how you did that. Thanks. Looks good.
     
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  4. JC1971

    JC1971 Road Train Member

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    I prefer the premade, wrap in tinfoil, put in the lunchbox oven method. That's just way too much of a mess for a truck, although it looks really good.
     
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  5. WesternPlains

    WesternPlains Road Train Member

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    Thank you… looks good.
    Everyone should know. I’m the inventor of the peanut butter and jelly burrito.
     
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  6. AsphaltFarmer

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    If you're in a tough spot and need to get a burrito fix, walmart shredded chicken (fajita flavor), tortilla, sliced Muenster, nuke it, add bean dip and hot sauce, slap a hipster collect avocado tears with a hint of lime and keep it trucking
     
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  8. welldigger00

    welldigger00 Light Load Member

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    My olady pre cooks all my breakfast burritos, and every dinner she makes during the week she makes an extra portion. I pack all my food for the week, breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It all fits in my fridge, and I microwave each meal, ready to eat in 5 minutes. I made good choices tho…
     
  9. Capacity

    Capacity Road Train Member

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  10. AsphaltFarmer

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    Ain't seen one of them in some time
     
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  11. JC1971

    JC1971 Road Train Member

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    FFS, don't buy those Bomb burritos at the truck stop. They charge almost $5 and Walmart is probably still under $2.
     
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