An Australian mother-of-three has shared how she made a delicious burrito for lunches by cooking the filling in a slow cooker.
Kirsty, from Adelaide, South Australia, shared her recipe and images to a popular cooking Facebook group where it was praised by hundreds of others.
‘Photos don’t do it justice, but this is my burrito slow cooker mix!’ she said.
To make the filling, Kirsty said she used chicken breast, taco packet seasoning, rice and salsa with vegetables.
An Australian mother-of-three has shared how she made a delicious burrito for lunch by cooking the filling in a slow cooker
Kirsty first cooked the chicken for six hours on low, then for an additional four hours on high to ensure the meat was flavoursome.
After the time had passed, she shred the chicken into pieces using two forks, then added the rice and vegetables to cook for another hour.
She also filled the burrito with Mexican chilli beans, corn, capsicum, carrot, zucchini, and red onion – but any vegetables can be used depending on personal preference.
Kristy also filled the burrito with Mexican chilli beans, corn, capsicum, carrot, zucchini, and red onion – but any vegetables can be used depending on personal preference
HOW TO MAKE THE PERFECT BURRITO MIXTURE IN A SLOW COOKER
2 Chicken breast
2 taco packet seasoning
1 cup rice
Mexican chilli beans
Serve in burrito wraps with grated zuchinni, carrot and red onion
Aioli and extra salsa dressing
Cook the chicken in the slow cooker for six hours on low, then for four hours on high
Once cooked, shred the chicken using two forks and cook for another hour along with the rice and vegetables of your choice
Remove the filling from the slow cooker and lay in the centre of a burrito wrap
Add aioli sauce on top
Wrap the burrito and enjoy
Plenty of other social media users were excited to make the homemade burritos themselves, and those who did said the dish was a hit in their households.
‘Attempting this tonight! I’m so excited, me and my partner are big burrito fans,’ one woman said.
‘Made this tonight! Was a win in my house with three adults and four kids!’ another said.
A third added: ‘I wonder if this could be done with beef.’