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Old 07-29-2015, 12:03 AM   #1
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Chipotle Chicken Burritos

Grilled some split chicken breasts and then set them aside to cool, only took two pics and the other pic was blurrier.


Roasted a half a package of frozen corn, added a diced half large onion, chicken bouillon,and a small green pepper


added a can of drained black beans, 2TBS chipotle peppers in adobo sauce that was pureed in a blender, 2.5 cups water and one cup rice. Took two of the breasts, removed the bones, chopped them up and added it to the pot.
can of drained black beans, 2TBS chipotle peppers in adobo sauce that was pureed in a blender, 2.5 cups water and one cup rice. Took two of the breast pieces, removed the bones, chopped them up and added it to the pot.

Cooked indirect until the rice was cooked


Warmed a burrito sized tortilla added the chicken mix along with sour cream, shredded cheddar cheese and Sriracha sauce.


Rolled and ready to eat!!
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The word chipotle does not fit in this thread, you far far succeed that swill!!
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Damn John, that looks good.
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I think Bosky want's you to open your own restaurant, looks great John.
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Yeah no doubt, open a restaurant here in Michigan!!!
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Yeah no doubt, open a restaurant here in Michigan!!!
Too many mouth breathing neck beards in MI
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Not sure what that is, but okay...
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Not sure what that is, but okay...
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I was talking about the neck beard thingy.
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I was talking about the neck beard thingy.

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