Saturday, March 7, 2015

Cheeseburger Burritos

This easy recipe combines two all-time favorites, burgers and burritos. Ready in just 20 minutes it's perfect for a quick weeknight meal or your next tailgate.

Cheeseburger Burritos Recipe

 developed for French's Foods
photography by Paul Gelsobello Studio


Prep Time : 10 minutes
Cook Time : 10 minutes                              

1-1/2 lbs. ground beef
1/2 cup FRENCH'S® Mustard (any flavor)
1/2 cup FRENCH'S™ Tomato Ketchup
1/2 cup dill pickle relish or chopped dill pickle
1 cup chopped tomato
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
6 (10-inch) flour tortillas 


Brown ground beef in large nonskillet; drain. Stir in Mustard, Ketchup and relish and bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Reduce heat to low and simmer 5 minutes.  Stir in tomato and cheese.

Divide mixture evenly among tortillas. Garnish with lettuce and additional tomato and cheese, if desired. Fold in ends and roll up tortillas.



food stylist - Catherine Paukner
prop stylist/creative direction - Lauren Dellabella


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10 comments:

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    1. Thanks Victor, This is one of my favorites!

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  2. This was so good. Nice switch up from regular tacos/burritos! Thanks for the recipe!

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    1. You're welcome! I'm so glad you liked it :)

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  3. Do you use oil to brown the beef?

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    1. Hi, I don't use any oil because I typically use ground beef that's 85/15 so has a good amount of fat in to. I also brown it in a nonstick skillet. Even leaner ground beef doesn't require oil if you use a nonstick skillet. I also drain the fat after browning.

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  4. Hi, I don't use any oil because I typically use ground beef that's 85/15 so has a good amount of fat in to. I also brown it in a nonstick skillet. Even leaner ground beef doesn't require oil if you use a nonstick skillet. I also drain the fat after browning.

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  5. Substitute if you don't like mustard?

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