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|By :Barbara Schieving|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook|
|Main Ingredient||Beef, Enchilada Sauce, Tortillas|
|Prep Time||2 minutes|
|Cook Time||30 minutes|
Barbara is the author of two successful blogs: PressureCookingToday.com and Barbarabakes.com. She has been an avid baker for over 35 year and is the author of Sweet Simple Dream Puffs. She has worked with some of the top brands in creating recipes in the United States including Red Star Yeast, Hershey’s, McCormick, Dove Chocolate and many more. Barbara’s blog Pressure Cooking Today shares her easy to make and delicious recipes all done in a pressure cooker.
Reads more like thick enchiladas than smothered burritos. Suggest green chili or red chili rather than enchilada sauce for topping.
Tried it. Very easy but tastes like pot roast in a tortilla. No thanks.
Made this for my fam and they LOVED it! Ill make it with chicken next time though.
Perfect as is. Delicious and authentic.
My husband liked it mixed with eggs. I like idea if adding green chilis.
Terrible did not like sause
So yummy!! The meat was very tender. My only complaint is that there were no veggies in the mix, so have to supplement with sides. My family loved it! ❤
Made this, better than the restaurants
Made it with pork carnitas amd it was tasty also.
It was good,but I am from Colorado and that is not Colorado Chile.
Beef was tender and cooked well but rather bland. Tasted like pot roast. Needed something to spice it up. The next night we ate the leftover burritos with pico de gallo, sour cream and taco sauce on top.
Way better thst way.
This is the first meal we made in our new IP. We topped them with onions, salsa, sour cream and avocado. We got 5 thumbs up! We’ll make this one again for sure.
The meat turned out good, i wonder what would happen if i added pepoers and onions to it?
Also thr sauce was to thin
The meat was tasty and render
Excellent!! It was easy to make and it tastes really good! I think the next time I make it, I’ll ad some chilies to the pot to spice up some!
Was surprised at how delicious these turned out! Whole family, kids included!, loved them! Thank you 🙂
This is a very nice recipe but i suggest maybe to high light that the roast needs to be cubed. And not a lighter color. Or perhaps start with that as the first instruction. I missed it, I was able to fix the mistake but we had to wait till the following day to finally enjoy this dish.
Also its very important to use red enchilada sauce as it works best due to the higher fat content in beef.
Made it with Hatch brand organic medium enchilada sauce and followed directions with one exception, I also added cheese to inside of burrito. Everyone loved it. Only thing is it only made about 8 servings. I followed measurments of 1/2 cup per burrito using measuring cup. I did use a slotted spoon to put into the cup so maybe it would make 12 if you included liquid inside the burrito but i dont think it would be as good that way. Will definitly be making this again.
Instant hit! Meat was extremely tender. Once done, i drained the sauce from the meat and thicken the rest of the sauce and used it as gravy for another meal. Will definitely make again.
I thought it was tasty, but drier than I’d like. There was a lot of sauce/liquid left over in pot. It was also thinned out with taste. I’m thinking of not adding the extra 1/2 cup of water and only use the Enchilda sauce. I, too included cheese when i filled burritid.
Yummy. The leftover liquid will be a terrific soup base. I only got 7 burritos using burrito size tortillas, but my rump roast was only 2.8 pounds.
This was my first ever instantpot meal and it was absolutely perfect. great, quick, easy and delicious. kids loved em and i took leftover burrito to work the next day. yum.