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I did not use the cream of soup to make this. I made the filling as directed - topped the burrito with sour cream mixed with green onion & the cheese. Because everything was already warm I just heated under the broiler until the cheese started to brown and the sour cream sauce was hot.
I make these so often. Always scrumptious. I don't smother and bake them and they are still awesome. This is my seasoning recipe I use now for everything applicable. I don't have to buy Mexican seasoning packets anymore with preservatives and junk in them and it is easy and so much better.
This was great, but next time I'd like to find a substitute for the mushroom soup to make it healthier. I skipped the pepper flakes and it was still a tad spicy for my 7yr old so I'll tame down the chili powder next time as well. I always use plain Greek yogurt for sour cream and you'd never know the difference. I recommend fat free refried beans and ground turkey instead of beef. My husband even commented he really liked it and he doesn't usually like refried beans. This made 8 good size burritos, not 4. If you did 4, they would be HUGE.
We loved it! I substituted 1/2 the ground beef (I used lean ground beef) for turkey and used plain Greek yogurt in place of the sour cream to lighten the calories. No one could tell the difference. Topped with shredded romaine lettuce, salsa. Chopped avocado and black olives. Better than a restaurant and looked awesome!
Overwhelmed with all the different burrito receipes, but chose this one because it was closest to the one I had "years" ago with the cheese melted on top. However I did use shrimp in it, also used chicken and steak, (I'll admit I marinated the steak from another fajita receipe), they all turned out great. I ended up with too much and froze the rest. My husband and friends loved it!! Will be making this again!