Mexican Recipes (Most Popular)
This recipe is SO easy... you can make it smoother by putting everything into a food processor or blender instead of mixing it into a bowl, but either way you get that creamy avocado flavor, veggie goodness, and a great addition to sandwiches (instead of mayo), salads, tacos or burritos! (Yes, and a great dip, too - just make sure you eat it with sliced veggies instead of tortilla chips!)Submitted by LARAKULPA
These are my absolute favorite way to make burritos. This recipe makes four, very filling burritos.
I know they're high in sodium - it's because of the taco seasoning, for the most part. If you want to lower the sodium, use your own mixture of garlic powder, onion powder, and chili powder. It's pretty much the same thing!
This recipe is also very high in dietary fiber - 11g per serving! You can add more by using whole wheat tortillas instead of flour ones. You can lower the total carbs by not using tortillas at all, and just eating out of a bowl!
I make this CONSTANTLY. I love this stuff! It's even greater the next day. It's high in sodium, so if you're watching that, take out the worcestershire and the seasonings (use fresh instead of powdered).
The Splenda cuts the acidity of the tomatoes - it's a taste thing for me.
Make sure you rinse the beans well - which will also cut some of the sodium. The recipe doesn't really let me edit that part, so either rinse very well or use dry beans from the start.