Copy Cat Sinaloa's Colorado Burritos

It looks like I have FINALLY gotten the colorado burritos right and it totally happened on accident

I bought thin cut steak to make beef jerky with but with getting sick that just didn't happen so before the meat went bad i just threw it in the crock pot with a ton of spices and hoped for the best

Eddie liked this recipe so much he had me make it twice last week and told me I better not lose the recipe because it was sooooooo good and that it tastes just like Sinaloas

So looks like we finally got the official Copy Cat for Sinaloa's Colorado Burritos

Copy Cat Sinaloa Colorado Burritos

2 pounds thin cut beef
1 tbsp ground pepper
1 tbsp garlic powder
1 tbsp cumin
1 tbsp cayenne pepper
1 tbsp onion powder
1 tbsp chili powder
1/4 cup homemade enchilada sauce (recipe here) + extra for serving

1) Place All ingredients into a slow cooker and cook on low until meat easily shreds apart (usually 6-8 hours)
2) Add meat to a flour tortilla with your favorite burrito fillings (we usually do cheddar cheese and rice)
3) Top with a spoonful of extra enchilada sauce
4) Enjoy

-It seems like a ton of spices but in my opinion the spices cook themselves out in the slow cooker so I always add extra to make sure the flavor lasts
-Colorado Burritos sometimes come smothered - if you like your burritos that way: Add meat to tortilla and roll up - top with extra sauce and cheese - then broil for 1-2 minutes
-Eddie says the extra sauce is what makes the difference so don't miss that step


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