Simple and Tasty Burritos

This burrito recipe is great for utilizing beans in your food storage and wheat or corn if you are a handy tortilla maker! The first thing you are going to want to do is soak beans overnight in a crock-pot - preferably pinto or black. The next morning, start the pot and cook for 8-10 hours.

When it comes to the actual meal assembly, make sure you have hot beans. In a pan (the best ones are cast iron) put enough butter in there to cover the bottom. Put 1 tortilla in the pan and down the center put about 1/4 cup of shredded cheese (more or less depending on your taste). Then sprinkle season all and taco seasoning over the cheese. Make sure you are generous so the flavor really carries. Then put beans down the middle - amount according to taste and preference. Put a lid on the pan so the cheese melts, the tortilla will get nice and crunchy too. Once you are able to use a spatula to take the tortilla out of the pan without the sides sagging, take it out. Place on a plate. Use two utensils to fold twice. Flip burrito over and sprinkle anything you want on top. You might not want to put anything, but a salsa, enchilada, and taco sauces are great additions! You can also sprinkle a little more cheese, fresh tomatoes, jalapenos, etc.

This recipe can also do well if you do not cook everything together, instead freeze the burritos. Put all ingredients into the tortilla and fold all sides into each other to seal the raw ingredients in. Lay burritos on parchment paper and freeze. Once frozen, wrap each burrito individually in parchment paper or freezer paper. If you use freezer paper you can write on the packaging what is in the burrito (if you decide to make different kinds). When you want to eat them, simply bake for 20-25 minutes at 350 degrees. Add your favorite toppings and enjoy!