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Chicken Burrito

A Chicken Burrito is a classic staple in Mexican cuisine that has gained immense popularity around the world. It is a packed, wholesome item that consists mainly of a white wheat flour tortilla filled with grilled, seasoned chicken, beans, and rice. The fillings can often be customized with an array of options like cheese, vegetables, salsa and sour cream. The appeal of a Chicken Burrito lies in its versatility and comfort food factor. Perfect as a quick meal, it's a popular choice for both lunch and dinner. The balanced flavors ensure that it's a delicious and filling meal that can be easily prepared at home.
#40
IN FROZEN SNACKS & APPETIZERS
196
CAL / 100G
$0.35
AVG / OZ
Chicken Burrito
56%
CARBS
16%
FAT
28%
PROTEIN
Chicken Burrito FAQ
What is a Chicken Burrito?
What ingredients do I need to make a Chicken Burrito?
How do I cook the chicken for a Chicken Burrito?
Can I make a Chicken Burrito without rice or beans?
How can I prevent my Chicken Burrito from getting soggy?
How should I store leftover Chicken Burrito?
What are some common toppings for Chicken Burrito?
What type of tortillas should I use for Chicken Burrito?
Expiration & Storage Tips
When does Chicken Burrito expire?
A store-bought, unopened chicken burrito, if refrigerated, should be consumed by the expiry date printed on the package. Once opened, it should be eaten within 3-4 days. However, if you freeze the chicken burrito, it can last for 1-2 months. Just ensure that it's wrapped properly to avoid freezer burn. A homemade chicken burrito, on the other hand, should be eaten within 2-3 days if refrigerated and can last up to 1 month if frozen.
How do you tell if Chicken Burrito is bad?
If the chicken burrito has a foul smell, if you notice a change in color, or if there is any visible mold, these are clear signs that it has gone bad. Also, if the burrito has remained at room temperature for more than 2 hours, it's safer to discard it as the risk of foodborne illnesses is high.
Tips for storing Chicken Burrito to extend shelf life
• Always store the chicken burrito in the refrigerator or freezer as soon as possible. • If you're freezing, wrap the burrito in foil and then store it in a freezer-safe bag to minimize the risk of freezer burn. • Store-bought burritos should not be kept out of the fridge for more than 2 hours. • For homemade burritos, let them cool at room temperature before refrigerating. But remember, don't let them cool for more than 2 hours!
Health Info
Macros
44g
CARBS
12g
FAT
21g
PROTEIN
Allowed on these diets
MEDITERRANEAN
LACTOSE FREE
GLUTEN FREE
Contains these allergens
GLUTEN
MILK
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