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Shrimp Buritos

These burritos are one of my husbands favorites. Of course, if you don't like shrimp, you can use chicken or beef and still have simply satisfied taste buds.

-Large flour tortillas (warmed on the stove top)
-Prepared RiceARoni (or similar product) Spanish or Mexican Rice
-Black or pinto beans
-Cooked shrimp (We use frozen) cooked in a pan with garlic salt and seasoning blend
-Avocado chopped or mashed into guacamole
-Chopped tomatoes
-Chopped Cilantro
-Chopped Onion

Load it all on the tortilla, wrap it and devour.

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