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Janeva’s Naked Burrito Casserole Recipe
Save on carbs with Janeva's naked burrito casserole recipe!
Enjoy a creamy burrito casserole while still staying on track with your diet with Janeva’s naked burrito! Made with lean ground beef and an assortment of fresh vegetables, this burrito casserole recipe is sure to satisfy your taste buds.
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In a medium frying pan, brown your ground beef seasoned with taco seasoning.
Spread your ground beef meat evenly in a sprayed 9 x 9-inch baking dish.
Drain your canned tomatoes, and spread your canned tomatoes and chiles evenly over your beef mixture.
Add your beaten eggs & egg whites over the top of the dish and sprinkle everything with chopped cilantro (to taste).
Bake your beef casserole for 25 minutes or until the eggs set and don’t jiggle when you move the pan. Do not over bake, or the eggs will go from being tender to being too tough!
Cut your baked beef casserole dish into four squares.
Plate using two squares, one topped over the other, and top the dish with shredded lettuce, cilantro, Mockamole, and Pico de Gallo.
Refrigerate the remaining two squares for later, or serve it to a friend!
Ready to serve!
Did you know?
Although it is still unknown what the true origins of the burrito dish are, one popular theory is that a man named Juan Mendez from Mexico had a food cart hitched to a donkey. In order to keep his food warm, Juan would wrap the ingredients in flour tortillas. The food was soon popularized during the Mexican Revolution for it’s convenience and simplicity. Even though we may never know the true origins of the burrito, we do know that Janeva’s naked burrito casserole recipe is simple and delicious!