Brokecollegekid’s “Baby Baby Burrito!”

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Ingredients (use vegan versions):

  • 1 medium onion
  • as much garlic as you can stand
  • 2- 15 oz. cans of black beans
  • 1- 15 oz. can of corn
  • 1- jar of your favorite salsa
  • 1- package of seitan
  • herbs and spices: cumin, chili powder, garlic powder, onion powder
  • large, flat wraps (tortillas)

Directions:
First, chop up the onion and the garlic and
sauté in a LARGE pot with a small amount of
water, or if you’d like, olive oil.
While that’s sizzling, open up the cans of beans
and corn and wash ’em up in a colander (rid them
of the salty gook).
Next, chop up the seitan into nice bite-sized
chunks.
Open the jar of salsa.
(This is the fun part) Gather your roommates.
Hand the beans and corn, seitan, and salsa to
each roommate, respectively. On the count of
three, have them throw everything into the pot
without spilling any. Each roommate that
succeeds gets half of a burrito (don’t worry,
they will all fail).
You (the chef) then turn the heat up to high and
stir the stuff in the pot like MAD, making sure
that it does not scald in the bottom of the pan.
With your third and fourth arms, add the spices
that you like, licking the spoon in between each
addition, ending the chances that your roommates
will covet your burritos.
When everything is to your liking, take the pot
off the heat. Throw some of the filling from the
pot onto a wrap, near an edge. Wrap it up!
Notes: One of the roommates insists that a layer
of rice would go well in these. These are high
in protein and fiber, and if you wash the beans
well and buy non-salty seitan and wraps, pretty
low in sodium. They’re fantastic hot or cold.
Wrap one up to take for lunch–better
than “vegan” (yeah-right) dining hall food.
Serves: approximately 4
Preparation time: 1/2 hour

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