Burrito, tradidion and creative taste with Homemade Steak Burrito Recipe. An experience for those who want to approach gastronomy with a casual style and taste very good.
Homemade Steak Burrito Recipe. “All I want is a burrito’ says my husband whenever we are trying to figure out what to make for dinner. He could eat burritos for breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week and still crave more. I enjoy burritos, all Mexican food really, but am typically more inclined to opt for a ‘burrito bowl’. So this recipe is great because it can be modified to make everyone happy. Skip the cheese if you’re lactose intolerant, no need to include meat if you are a vegetarian, and don’t bother to purchase tortillas if you are gluten free.
Most everything can be prepared at the last minute, making these burritos an easy dinner solution. We purchase dry beans and spend a few hours cooking them in water, but you can easily substitute canned beans and just heat them up before assembling your burrito. Another option is to mash your beans into ‘refried style’ beans. Adding rice to the burritos packs them with more energy and keeps you full longer. I’ve included an easy salsa recipe which is perfect for snacking on with tortilla chips before dinner and helps keep the burrito from being too dry. You can also throw some homemade guacamole in there as well. The options are limitless!
Homemade Steak Burrito
Prep Time 15 minutes Cook Time 15 minutes Total Time 30 minutes Servings 4
2 Small to medium steaks of high quality about 1 lb
1 Can pinto or black beans or if you prefer to buy them dry and cook them yourself,
about 1/2 pound should work for 2-4 people. Black beans need about 1 1/2 hours to cook and pinto around 2+ hours
1 Package large tortillas
1 Bell pepper
Sprigs of cilantro
1 Can peeled tomatoes
1/2 Green bell Pepper or other green pepper
1/2 Large onion or chives
Fresh cilantro leaves
Salt/pepper to taste
1 Jalapeño or habanero pepper optional
Make the salsa by adding all ingredients into a food processor or blender. Slice the onion and peppers to prepare them to sauté. Heat up your beans on low heat.
Prepare the avocado, lettuce and cilantro by chopping and slicing. Prepare the steak, slice it into small pieces and season with salt and pepper.
Sauté the vegetables in a large frying pan adding a little olive oil only if it sticks. Transfer cooked vegetables to a bowl. Cook the meat in the same pan you used for the vegetables, lightly brown on each side.
Warm up the tortillas by placing them in another large frying pan over low/medium heat. You can also warm them in a microwave. Build your burritos adding the ingredients and then use my fold technique to keep it all together.
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