A Mexican style hearty Vegan Burrito Kit with mild to medium heat, and rich in flavor, makes 14 servings. Big enough to feed most any family. We’ve divided the seasoning so you can make this up as 7 servings twice, or the full 14 servings once. In our family we make up the 14 servings. We’ll eat about half as dinner burritos, and then we make breakfast burritos. This is easy by heating the burrito mix and then adding beated eggs that get scrambled into the mix. This is one of our favorite meals.
Additional ingredients you’ll need to make 7 servings (not 14) for the Buritto kit includes:
2 tsp butter
2 Tbsp olive oil
1 med. Onion, chopped
4 cloves garlic, minced
1c red bell pepper, diced
1c green bell pepper, diced
1 Tbsp hot sauce (adjust to taste)
2 Tbsp lime juice
7 tortillas shells
MMO’s AHootinNHollerin Vegan Burrito Kit is made from strictly 100% USDA Certified Organic ingredients: Long Grain Brown Rice, Black Beans, Cilantro Flakes, Himalayan Pink Salt, Garlic Powder, and our proprietary mix of herbs and spices.
Traditional cultures took great care to prepare their legumes (beans, peas, and lentils) with a long soak before cooking to enhance digestibility and nutrient absorption. We know today that biologically an extended room temperature soak brings the seeds out of quiescence (sleep) causing them to begin the transformation from seed to plant (sprouting). This is important for our nutrition since during this transformation tightly bound nutrients are released and converted to higher level nutrients. So soaking the beans for an extended time as suggested in our instructions significantly increases both the availability of the nutrients and the their quality. Additionally, an extended soaking removes nearly all of the phytic acid and lectin contained in the beans. Phytic acid is an anti-nutrient that blocks the uptake of nutrients by our bodies. Lectin is a powerful inflammatory agent. So getting rid of these by rinsing after a prolonged soak is very desirable. Beans that are not extensively soaked and well rinsed before cooking can cause significant gastric disruption due to the phytic acid, insolubles, and gas-producing oligosaccharides. Avoid chlorinated water when soaking as this causes the seeds bran outer layer to “petrify” which may slow or prevent softening.Don’t short yourself on nutrition!