Thursday, September 29, 2011

Turkey Mole Black Bean Burritos

A plate of turkey mole is a tasty and filling dish all by itself. But if you add back beans, cheese and rice, you can wrap this all together to make a burrito, always a popular dish with college students after a night of reverie. These are filling and nutritious.


Turkey Mole Black Bean Burritos
1 tsp. vegetable oil
3/4 pound ground fresh turkey
1 16 oz.can black beans, drained
1 cup cooked brown or white rice
1 16 oz jar Larry's Southwestern Mole Sauce or your favorite mole sauce
6 (10 inch) whole wheat or regular wheat tortillas
1 cup shredded Monterrey Jack cheese
1 cup shredded lettuce

1. Heat the oil in a large skillet over medium heat and cook the ground turkey until done.
2. Add the drained black beans and the cooked rice. Stir.
3. Pour one 16 oz jar Larry's Southwestern Mole Sauce or your favorite mole sauce over the meat, beans and rice. Stir and heat through.
4. Warm the tortillas and lay one out on a plate. Spoon equal portions of turkey mole mixture on the tortilla. Sprinkle the cheese and lettuce over that and wrap up the burrito. Continue until all the burritos are made.
5. Serve with guacamole and cold beer or ice tea.

Larry's Southwestern Sauces are all-natural Mexican cooking sauces to make chili, enchiladas, chicken mole, huevos rancheros, seafood, tacos or just to simmer your favorite meats in. Larry's Sauces come in three flavors; Mole, Chipotle and Ranchero. All are made with fresh jalapeno and cilantro and a premium blend of herbs and spices.
Larry's Southwestern Sauces are vegan and gluten-free, preservative-free and are made with no tree or ground nuts. Larry invented these sauces when he was a chef at a natural whole foods restaurant in the Midwest.
Buen provecho!

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