Copy Desk Cookoff: That’s a Spicy Burrito!

It’s been a long time coming, but I’m back with some spicy recipes. 

Now I know there are a lot of Mexican restaurants in town, all of which are delicious in their own way, but I’m stepping up to the plate. 

This right here is the recipe for my world-renowned loaded burrito. I say “world-renowned” because one day my recipe will be known throughout the world. Give it time, my culinary creations will blossom and grow. 

Here are the ingredients:

One rotisserie chicken

One package of shredded Sargento Monterey Jack cheese (other cheeses won’t work. Use this one, it has my name is in it)

One multigrain tortilla

One bottle of hot sauce

One bowl of chopped spinach

One handful of chopped red onions

One can of chili beans 

One package of Uncle Ben’s Chicken and   Wild Rice

One container of salsa

One container of black olives

One bottle of hot sauce

One dollop of sour cream

Place the tortilla on a cooking pan. Spread the shredded cheese, chicken and cooked rice on the tortilla. Put it in the oven 375 degrees for 10 minutes or until the cheese melts.   

From there, you pull it out of the oven and start decorating. A dollop of sour cream in the middle, with splotches of salsa around it, toss in some onions, black olives and chili beans before dousing it in hot sauce. Finally, give it a helping of spinach before you wrap it up into a burrito. 

Once the ingredients are in the right order, wrap it up and shove it in your mouth.