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My family loves burrito night. We eat burritos every Wednesday night. We are very blessed to have a grandfather who raises cattle, so our meat is free. So we just have to buy tortillas, cheese, beans, salsa, and olives. Mission tortillas often have coupons and you can get a great deal on them, so the meal is very cheap. Plus they are fresh-baked so they often have better flavor then other tortillas.
Here is our burrito recipe using mission flour tortillas:
1 pound ground beef – cook it first. Add taco seasoning if desired.
Then in a separate frying pan put some vegetable oil (1 tablespoon is enough) in the bottom and get it very hot. Throw on mission tortillas on each side for about 15 seconds. Once they are fried, coat them in Parmesan cheese. The kind that is in shakers. It adds a great flavor to the tortillas. Then fill the tortillas with the ground beef, beans, cheese, olives and put salsa on top. We love this simple recipe!
Right now you can submit your favorite recipe using mission flour tortillas to the Mission Menus Challenge! The grand prize winner gets to compete in a cook-off in Los Angeles and win a $10,000 dream kitchen makeover, plus there are weekly prizes. The grand prize winner will win round-trip airfare and hotel accommodations for two to the Mission Menus Challenge Cook-off on September 10, 2010 at the Hard Rock Café in Los Angeles.
Until August 9th, you have the chance to submit your recipe online. All recipes:
• Must include Mission Flour Tortillas
• Be original
• Feed a family of five for $10 or less