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Chris Cronk2nd hour Writing for CollegeDr StrauchBurritoHave you ever been eating a burrito and had its entire contents spill all over your clothes When you were eating that burrito did it taste rather bland Well let me tell you how we make a burrito the Taco Bell way It will change your perspective on how you make burritos forever To make this burrito I am referring to you must first obtain these following items 1 bag of 10-inch burrito shells 1 can of refried beans 1 bag of grated cheddar cheese 1 head of lettuce 1 tomato 1 white onion 1 tub of sour cream pound of ground chuck and 1 bottle of pacante sauce You will not use all of the ingredients if you make only one burritoYou must first find the proper utensils and a suitable place to prepare the food A cutting board would be best for the preparation Also gather together a skillet spatula spoon and a sharp knife All of the ingredients must first be cut cooked and portioned before the assembly of the finished burritoCutting the vegetables will be your next step Using the knife take the head of lettuce and shred into small rectangles Be careful not to cut yourself Next set aside the lettuce and take the tomato and onion Slice them into centimeter wide chunks and be sure not to mix together If you prefer to have the tomato and onion into smaller chunks simply cut smaller Leave these ingredients separated for now and set aside It is now time to heat the meat and refried beans Open your can of beans Then take the spoon and put the beans in a micro-wavable container Heat on high for 2-3 minutes Leave in microwave when done so it stays hot Next grab your skillet and place it on the stove then turn the stove on high After that take your thawed ground beef and place in
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