These were easy and delicious! I thought that the burrito could use some veggies so I added 2 green bell peppers, sliced lengthwise and cooked separate from chicken and bean mixture in a non-stick skillet over medium-high heat for about 5 minutes in 1/2 cup fresh squeezed lime juice (no oil) until tender and caramelized. I then combined the chicken and bean mixture with the peppers just before stuffing my burritos.
Chicken and Bean Burritos
MeghanRyan Posted: 07/14/12Quincy, MA
Cheryl800 Posted: 03/27/13
so good! Added peppers and onions.
SallyAnn71 Posted: 09/15/12
My son loves these! Very kid friendly!
saffronspeaks Posted: 05/20/12
Quick, easy, and delicious. You really can't ask for anything more in a burrito. Added a little chipotle for heat. Definitely will make again.
cpubob Posted: 05/31/12
Kids loved them, hubby loved, really good with Broiled Pineapple Sundaes!
Francinebe Posted: 08/05/12
These were very good. We added home made guacamole on top.
jawpayne Posted: 05/27/12
Great for a week night recipe.
starby135 Posted: 06/24/12
So good and so easy to make! I'll definitely be making it again.
Donna380 Posted: 08/05/12
These were great.
sah0048 Posted: 08/18/14
These were super yummy! I followed the directions exactly, and my hubby and I both loved them! Going into our normal dinner rotation for sure!
scjscjscj Posted: 10/27/13
Tasty, quick, and easy. I used chicken breast rather than the tenders and added half of a jalapeño.
carabomm Posted: 07/28/14
This is easy and if you would like to make it easier you can use chicken taco seasoning and not have to measure out the spices. I love this meal it is yummy!!
steponme Posted: 05/13/14
Simple yet, very good. Served with a salad of butter and romaine lettuce, pico de gallo, avocado with a lime vinegarette. Definite repeat.