A 5-ounce frozen burrito sells for about $1.
For the most part, these are cheap, convenient, and portable. They are a step up from the cheapest of frozen burritos and contain no soy protein mixed in with the beef.
The thing I hate about microwave cooking is that there is always leakage from burritos, pot pies, and the like. The insides never seem to want to stay inside. It's not so convenient when the the filling comes out the middle of a burrito.
I prefer chimichangas over burritos in general. The frying gives the flour tortilla a bit more flavor and more variance in texture.
The cheese was nice melted and flavorful going well with the mushy filling. The filling had a seasoned beefy quality with a slight tomato tang and a hint of spiciness.
Nutritional Info - Jose Ole Steak and Cheese Chimichanga (142g)
Calories - 340 (from Fat - 140)
Fat - 15g (Saturated Fat - 4.5g)
Sodium - 620mg
Carbs - 38g (Sugar - less than 1g)
Protein - 13g