After the success of my last large batch of chicken burritos I was keen to try to make some more. A recent trip to Costco had led me to  acquire another huge piece of belly pork and I only had a use for half of it. I decided why not make more burritos to keep in the freezer for an easy grab and go snack for work or dinner. My freezer is once again stacked with burritos ready to go whenever I fancy one.


1 kg of Pulled Pork (I used about 2kg of uncooked belly pork to make these)

12 Tortillas

A small handful of coriander (cilantro)

1-2 cups of brown rice

250 ml of sour cream


To make the pulled pork follow the directions here on my previous post. I also threw in some extra peppers and courgettes 30 minutes before it was due to finish cooking. This just made it slightly healthier and added a little bulk too.  Cook up a batch of brown rice and allow to cool. Then chop your cilantro.  Take your tortilla and cover with a spoonful of sour cream. Add 2-3 tablespoons of the pulled pork, 2 tablespoons of brown rice and sprinkle with the coriander.


Roll the burrito and then tuck in the ends. I used a little sour cream on the end of the flap just to make it stick down. Repeat until all your mixture has been used. Roll the burritos in cling-film and store in a zip-lock bag in the freezer. To cook them just pop them in the microwave for a few minutes or remove the cling film and cook them in the oven. Voilà easy pulled pork burritos to grab and go.




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    • They have kidney beans everywhere, even in regular Korean supermarkets. If you want something specific try the foreign food mart, they have dozens of varieties. x

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