Glad to have found this recipe because we just moved to a town with no Chipotle restaurant. I've made the recipe twice and it was awsome both times. Last time I cooked it in the crockpot overnight - 8 hours on low. The meat was very tender and shredded easily. This will become a regular meal in our house!! Thanks for all your efforts Todd!
Mmmmmm.... deeeee-licious! Thanks to your outstanding recipe, my husband now thinks I am a true kitchen goddess! So easy...and so, so, so yummy! Thanks so much, Todd! You ROCK...always! :D
Aug 29, 2007, 22:00
This is so great!!!! I used a crockpot to cook it in....great time saver....just leave to cook for the day on med-high setting.
LOVE IT!!!!! GREAT JOB!!!! I tried it with pork and it was fabulous!!!!
This recipe was awesome! Our two teenaged sons devoured the burritos and argued about who could have the leftovers. I used a rice cooker then mixed the butter, salt, lime and cilantro into the cooked rice - it was great. Otherwise, I followed the directions exactly but found it only took a bit over 3 hours for the meat to shred.
Fabulous and flavorful! With the adobo sauce and cilantro rice (which would make a great side dish), it's a good Chipotle clone. I couldn't find any chipotles, so I roasted jalapenos instead. The yield of 8 large burritos was about 16 for my guests, so invite a crowd, eat hearty, and enjoy!
Sue in OH
Jul 3, 2007, 22:00
This was wonderful, my family loved it. It took a long time, but I made it ahead and we had it around for quick meal, just some meat and cheese on a tortilla. My husband says it tastes like the real thing.