Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Taco Burrito

Oh yeah. Something else to do with a mountain of taco meat. This here is some saffron rice (I would have put in green chilies if I had some, that's good times), a bunch of taco meat, crushed tortilla chips, lettuce, spicy cilantro sour cream and a mess of cheese. Good frigging times kids.

That's really it for this post, other than some admin stuff. Like the fact that I'm on Twitter now. So if you're interested in hearing what I cook but don't post about why not follow me? That's probably all I'll be tweeting (that's the proper term, right?) about. Unless you want my advice on something. I can't promise it'll be good, but I'm a friendly guy, I try to be helpful. Heh. Frankly, me being on Twitter is kind of weird, I don't really know what to do with it. But hey, everyone else is doing it, so why not? I also heard that there's a popular cliff nearby for jumping...

30 comments:

Karine said...

That is a great idea! thanks for sharing :)

5 Star Foodie said...

Awesome looking burrito, that would be so good for lunch!

Katherine said...

Oooooh yummy! I'm following you on twitter! :D

Natashya KitchenPuppies said...

Delicious - I want that burrito!
Welcome to Twitter, it'll start to make sense in time. ;-)

Leslie said...

No that is my kinda burrito!!!!
I am a twitter quitter!!

Dajana said...

Want some... want some... awsome looking burrito

Ed Schenk said...

Whenever I have leftover taco stuff (beans,meat, cheese rice etc..,but no lettuce)I buy the burrito size tortilla and wrap everything inside,just like a burrito, but I freeze them and fry them (chimichanga). Just a different take.

Dawn said...

please send now!?

A Year on the Grill said...

I need to get more wraps... looks great

Karen said...

I've tried, but I just can't get into Twitter. I don't see the point. If you find one, please tell me! Haha.

Goldie said...

Mmmm...that looks tasty!!! I just made fajitas with some leftover steak. I was going to hog the whole thing for myself, but I had an attack of conscience and shared it with my husband! LOL!

Jenn said...

Funny how we both post burritos today. hehehe... Another awesome use of taco meat.

I'm following you on twitter. ;-D

Joanne said...

Now you have me craving a huge Chipotle burrito! Although yours does sound better with that real saffron rice. Oh Tex-Mex how I love thee.

I have yet to cave in to the twitter trend...don't tempt me. If you've found a cliff though...

Cinnamon-Girl♥ said...

What an excellent looking burrito! Mouth-watering to say the least.

Pam said...

I really want this for dinner tonight!

RKD said...

I love what you do with leftovers! Thanks for the delicious ideas!

noble pig said...

I LOVE the crushed chip idea in there!!

Jeannie said...

Hey, we have something very similar to your burrito from Kentucky Fried chicken! They add tomatoes in it and tasted really delicious! Now I can make my own:D

Vicki said...

Yum! Crushed chips is a great idea. I'm going to steal it. And Twitter's pretty useless but I'm addicted anyway. Kind of like chat rooms from the late 90s.

noobcook said...

haha, you're really funny. I'm on your twitter :)

monicajane said...

yum...burritos are something you can do endless variations with...

Maris said...

Looks amazing, great way to re purpose leftovers!

Hungry Dog said...

Nice job. Now you've got me thinking about lunch and it's only 9:45. Thanks a lot.

Katherine Aucoin said...

That's one mouth watering burrito! I would prefer this over a regular burrito. you make it look so enticing.

Bridgett said...

I'm with you, a little green chiles would be quite tasty! This looks perfect on its own though...yum. Pretty indulgent, actually. I love a good savory indulgence.

Lonnie Niver said...

Looks really good! Thank you for sharing.

Lonnie
Amy's Kitchen

Fuji Mama said...

The burrito looks delish, but what most intrigued me was the use of saffron rice in it--genius! I have got to try that!

Elra said...

Taco I suppose is very humble meal, but you made it into more luxury taco using saffron rice.

Danielle said...

funny cuz I always use taco meat for my burritos. What I really wanna know is whats in the spicy cilantro sour cream. and tortillas in your burrito? thats a new one too. yum

Cathy said...

I love me some crunchiness with my burritos--these look awesome! I'm still finding my way around twitter, too, btw. I'm a little slow about some things...

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