Grilled Burrito Recipe And More With RO*TEL Savings At Walmart

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You might have noticed that RO*TEL shows up in quite a few of my favorite recipes. It is a pantry staple in our house and a can added to an everyday recipe is a great way to kick up the flavor and fun. Since warm weather means we will be outside shooting hoops instead of cooking in the kitchen, why not take advantage of the coupon below to stock up for easy meals and snacks. 

Also, check out two of my favorite RO*TEL recipes below.

Great Savings on RO*TEL at Walmart!
Are you creating a big snacking spread for the Big Tournament? Looking for ways to spice up game day and save money at the same time? #JustAddRotel is the perfect way to spice up your favorite recipes. From guacamole to pot roast sliders, adding a can of RO*TEL makes a traditional game day recipe into something extraordinary. Click this link  to print a Walmart coupon where you buy 3 cans of RO*TEL, you will get 1 can free!
Hurry, this coupon expires on April 6th and is only while supplies last!
Be sure to look for RO*TEL in either the Pasta or Hispanic aisle in Walmart!

For my hungry crew I love to whip up a large batch of Grilled Burritos. I can keep the ingredients on hand in the pantry for this simple, but delicious meatless meal option.

Grilled Burritos

You Will Need:

2 cloves garlic, dicedolive oil1 can black beans1/2 c. chicken stock1 can RO*TEL1 c. frozen corn2 c. cheese, shredded8 large flour tortillaslime wedges for servingsour cream, as desiredIn a large skillet warm the garlic and olive oil over medium heat for about a minute, then add in the black beans and chicken stock. Let this come up to a simmer slightly mashing some of the beans. Continue to cook for about 10 minutes.
Stir in the can of RO*TEL and corn and let this heat through. Add a splash of lime juice now, if desired. Turn off the heat.
Get a cast iron skillet or large frying pan heated to medium on the stove, then begin assembling the burritos. Sprinkle a little cheese in the middle of each tortilla then spoon about 1/4 c. of filling into the center. Fold up the burrito, starting with one end, then the side, the other end and wrapping it closed.  Repeat with all the remaining burritos.
Working in batches, place the folded side down in the frying pan and cook until it starts to turn golden brown. Flip and cook the other side.
Serve with remaining lime wedges and sour cream.


Also check out my Mexican Penne Casserole Recipe featuring RO*TEL. 

Be sure to stock up on Ro*Tel for your favorite recipes. How do you use Ro*Tel?