Roast Beef Burritos

These savory burritos are our hands-down favorite way to use up leftover roast beef.  From start to finish, supper can be ready in 30 minutes with this quick skillet meal.

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Comments

  1. This looks delicious!

  2. Did I miss something? Where’s the roast beef in the ingredients list? How much? diced or shredded?

  3. We love taco night at our house…I eat it in a salad, Joe eats his in a tortilla just like this. I love your idea of putting it all in a skillet together. Looks so good.

    Thanks for sharing this on Slightly Indulgent Mondays!

  4. Yum Yum!!!! That looks delicious! I love getting more than one meal out of leftovers!

  5. This sounds delish! I love trying recipes with leftovers! :D

  6. I think you have made reference to these burritos before. Sounded good then and great now. I am hungry!!

  7. GREAT!!! recipe for something so simple. My family loves burritos. Geri

  8. Great way to use left over roast beef :)

  9. These look terrific. Lots of beef sales right now and makeovers (leftovers made into something else) are always appreciated around here :)

    Blessings!
    Gail

  10. This sounds really good. I appreciate you sharing the recipe!

    marti @ Forkingit.blogspot.com

  11. You know, I’ve never thought of using leftover roast beef this way. What a good idea! Plus, I like roast beef better than ground beef/chuck. Thanks for the tip.

    Happy Foodie Friday…

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

  12. I’ll bet this is wonderful. Thanks for sharing your recipe and photos with us. Have a great day.

  13. A beautiful picture. The recipe sounds delicious. I will have to try it. Doylene

  14. I made this tonight it was awesome!! I add to cans of mild diced chilies to the mix. It was an empty plate club at supper. Great recipie

  15. how do we cook the roast beef?

    • I usually cook my roast in the crock pot. Sometimes I’ll sear it in a skillet first (just brown on all sides, but don’t cook it) and then stick it in the crock pot with about 1/2 cup of water and one chopped onion, salt and pepper. Cook on low for about 8 hours.

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