Rice & Cheese Burrito

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Rice and cheese burritos require a few different things, like multi-grain tortillas. Make a rice and cheese burrito at home with help from the co-founder and corporate chef of Goose Valley Natural Foods in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Chef Barbara Mattaliano from Goose Valley Natural Foods. Today, I'm going to show you how to make a rice and cheese burrito. I have here a multi-grain tortilla. I cooked up some brown rice blend, a whole grain brown rice blend and I have a Basmati wild blend. I have added a little bit of fresh cilantro, lime juice and lime zest to this. This is a cilantro lime rice and in this one I just have cooked plain. So I'm going to take a half a cup. I'm really, I'm in the mood for the brown so I'm going to make the brown first. So just take about a half a cup and then just put it right down into the center of the tortilla and then just put a little bit of shredded cheese on top and you know, if you want more rice, if you want more cheese you can make your burrito how you want it and then I'm going to take some shredded lettuce and put that on top and then some salsa, some sour cream, I just like a little bit of each and some chopped cilantro and then I'm going to season it with some kosher salt and black pepper, a little bit of black pepper. So we're just going to fold over and you want to pull it in tightly, give it a roll and then you want to fold one side, fold the other and then just give it another roll. And here you have it, our rice and cheese burrito. Now if you are going to a party and you want to cook for a crowd, you can take your tortillas and slice them in half and take a stainless steel pan and fill it, make mini burritos and put you know, two rows of them and then top it with salsa, shredded cheese and bake it in the oven for about 30 minute on 350 degrees and then you have a great appetizer for a party. I hope you enjoy them.

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