Since "a rose by any other name would smell as sweet" and a garburator is really just a disposal, then it stands to reason that "wet burritos" and enchiladas are identical twins - at least that's my story and I'm sticking to it.
As you know by now I'm always on the look out for something new and when I came across this recipe on food.com I figured I absolutely had to give it a try. Spiced up ground beef cooked up with garlic and onions layered on a flour tortilla with refried beans and cheese then rolled and baked in a casserole slathered in sauce and topped with more grated cheese kind of sounds like enchiladas wouldn't you think?
The difference here is the sauce is made from prepared beef gravy combined with enchilada sauce and diced tomatoes. Hey, I make no apologies for using Heinz beef gravy, Old El Paso enchilada sauce and Fred Meyer's brand of diced tomatoes because while I could have scratch made the whole shebang, JBug's Kitchen is all about every day never mind 3 solid days of being a non-union construction worker installing cedar shakes on the house with a big guy as boss means I'm all about convenience at the moment....and yes, I did say Big Guy was boss. Hey, I have to let him think he is every once in a blue moon.
Anyway, give these burritos a try and let me know what you think. We thought they were delicious. Let's hope we still think they are because the leftovers are on the menu for dinner tonight. Hit the link and it'll take you right to the recipe. I changed not one thing except that in our case the recipe made 6 burritos not 4. Thank goodness because this peon doesn't feel like cooking.