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Thread: Wet Burritos and Street Corn

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    Wet Burritos and Street Corn

    This sounded really good over the weekend so I thought I'd give it a try.

    Made the Mexican Street corn earlier in the day. The only thing I did on my Weber for this side was the corn itself. Rest was kitchen prepped. In addition to the corn I used jalapeno, cilantro, red onion, Cotija cheese, avocado and some lime juice. The dressing itself consisted of Mayo, lime juice, minced garlic, cayenne pepper, salt and pepper.



    Browned some ground beef and onion.



    To the browned meat I added garlic, cumin, salt and pepper, diced green chile peppers and refried beans.



    Used 12" flour tortillas. Added filling and topped with the cheese.



    Wrapped them up.



    Topped with the sauce, which consisted of tomato sauce, no-bean chili and enchilada sauce, and more cheese.



    On the indirect grill.



    After about 20 minutes.



    Plated it up.

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    Looks tasty!

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    WOW!!!! Cliff that sounds soooo good and looks so tasty. Great job and when you have time would you share the recipe.
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    That looks great Cliff and Barb is on that like ugly on an ape....all over it. Great combinations of ingredients. I see that cook coming to our house in the near future.
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    Looking very tasty Cliff!

    I've got a pretty good handle on the corn, but sure would like a little more detail on those burritos. What can you share?
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    I'd fight sasquatch for that plate

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    Thank you everyone!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barb D View Post
    when you have time would you share the recipe.
    Quote Originally Posted by JimT View Post
    sure would like a little more detail on those burritos. What can
    Here you go Barb and Jim. Sorry for the delay, I've been a little under the weather.

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    Yum! Everything looks great! Love a good wet burrito and street corn!

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    Got the recipe and copied it for Barb. Thank you we appreciate it.
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    Thanks Cliff!

    You have awakened some taste buds that some how migrated to the back of my brain.

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