Fun Facts About Burritos:
Burritos have been a staple of Mexican food and the American diet for many years. What is not to love about a plethora of your favorite flavors mixed and packed together by a perfectly rolled tortilla? In our last blog, we talked about 8 signs that you may be obsessed with burritos. To find out how obsessed you are with burritos, read this blog post. One sign that we would add to the list is that you know all there is to know about burritos: their history, the various types of burritos, and even when they have disrupted a film set. Feeling a little shaky about your burrito knowledge? Keep reading and learn a little more about the beloved burrito.
They’re named after donkeys.
That’s right! Burrito is actually the Spanish word for “little donkey.” Why? Because burritos look roughly like little donkeys. If you look at your burrito carefully, the ends look like the ears of a donkey. Burritos could also be named for the little bedrolls that were often packed on donkeys. Whatever you think your burrito looks like, this is the origin of the name.
“Burrito” was first seen in 1895.
The word burrito first appeared in print in 1895. However, the actual date of origin of our beloved burritos isn’t quite as clear. It is speculated that burritos were created for the convenience needs of farm and field workers who usually left their homes and stayed on the farm or in the field all day. Like we mentioned before, burritos essentially are convenient little packages of heaven that can be easily eaten on the go.
- Fajita meat 10 oz
- Extra virgin olive oil
- ½ jalapenos peppers
- Red onion
- 1 tsp of cumin
- 1 tsp black pepper
- Juice of ½ of a lime
- ¼ lbs texas white gulf shrimp
- ¾ Tbsp chopped garlic
- 1 tsp of sea salt
- Pica de Gallo
- Goya adobo
- Haas avocado
- Large flour tortilla
- White Mexican cheese
- The recipe is easy, and we say exactly how to grill Mexican Carne Asada, Shrimp, and Pico de Gallo.
- Sometimes French fries are used to create this burrito, but I feel that it overpowers the beef and shrimp.
- The burrito is then topped with Mexican white cheese, Haas avocado, and rolled into a flour tortilla.
- The wrapped burrito is then grilled to a golden brown, helping melt the cheese.
- This is without a doubt one of the best tasting burrito recipes you will find.