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Southwestern Beef & Bean Burger Wraps

January/February 2007

Your rating: None Average: 4.2 (238 votes)

Kids and adults alike will love these quick, zippy burgers. The beans make the burgers a little fragile, so be careful when taking them off the broiler pan. Make it a meal: Serve a green salad and frozen mango slices for dessert.



READER'S COMMENT:
"So fast and easy to make. These were ready very quickly. Easy for my 4 year old to eat. Doesn't fall apart on him like a burrito would. "
Southwestern Beef & Bean Burger Wraps Recipe

24 Reviews for Southwestern Beef & Bean Burger Wraps

11/07/2012
Anonymous
Yummy!

Made these tonight and thought they were really good! I love the beans and avocado along with the cilantro. I added liquid smoke and smoked paprika also.

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06/13/2012
Delicious and Filling

Made these tonight with a couple of small changes. I used 1 lb of ground sirloin, 1 can of refried black beans and added bread crumbs. I also used queso cheese and topped it with some fresh tomato in addition to the other toppings. I will be making them again soon, even my picky 4 yr old and 1 year old devoured these.

easy to make
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04/30/2012
Anonymous
Just like a taco

I used turkey and by the time its cooked it is compeletly mush and looks just like taco meat, so really, this is a taco recipe.

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02/07/2012
Anonymous
Delish!

Made this for the first time and will make them again. Very good! I used refried black beans. I pan fried it hoping it wouldn't fall apart but it did. Any advice?

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01/10/2012
Anonymous
Easy to make it and very tasty!

I will definitely be making these again! I used the recommended ingredients. I will probably use black beans and fresh garlic like other reviewers suggested. The burgers did fall apart while cooking, I will premake the burgers and refrigerate them before cooking. Overall, it was a great meal!

Convenient, easy ingredients, hearty
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