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Lorritos, or how to turn leftover meat into homestyle burritos.

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We have been busy getting the last chores done in time to go camping next week, for a little vacation. And the first time we will take Erma  (our little vintage trailer) out on a date!

Targeted chores call for quick (but still frugal) meals. I have been making it a habit to keep leftover meat with sauce or gravy neatly tucked in the freezer for a quick meal.

Lorritos, turning leftovers into home style burritos
Lorritos, turning leftovers into home style burritos.
It would be easy to just whip up some mashed potatoes or biscuits and make a pot pie, but not every time. This is just as easy and gives a nice variety. I have already touched on this process with my Green Chili Burritos, but this will work with just about any left over meat.

Lorritos
serves 6-8
350 degree oven

2-3 c left over meat with gravy ( I had some leftover pork chops and cooking liquid)
1 t favorite tex mex seasoning or taco seasoning
1 1/2-2 c beans, drained (canned or home cooked)
1 c salsa, canned or homemade
6-8 whole grain tortillas
1-1 1/2 c grated cheese

additional salsa and sour cream for serving

Heat the meat and gravy along with the seasoning, drained beans and salsa.

Use a slotted spoon to evenly divide the meat mixture between the tortillas.

Roll up and place in a 9X13 baking pan.

Spoon the gravy/salsa mixture over the rolled tortillas.

Sprinkle with the cheese.

Bake 30 minutes.

Enjoy!

PS. Meet Erma!

Erma when we first brought her home.


Our dining room.


Our kitchen.

Our living room.


And the refrigerator with funky and fun artwork! 

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2 comments

  1. This is such a clever and delicious idea to use leftover meat! I must try it

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  2. that sounds amazing! Looks good too! Erma looks like she will give lots of good times, lol!!!

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