We’ve been building Chipotle’s Burrito Bowl from the rice up. So far we’ve covered Cilantro-Lime Rice, Vegetarian Black Beans and Adobo Marinated Chicken. Next time we’re going to put it all together (with a few cooking tips to keep it easy), but first we’ve got some salsas to make!
Stir all the ingredients together. Scoop on chips or use to top tacos, burritos or in burrito bowls.
Stir all the ingredients together. Scoop with chips or use as a topping on any Mexican meal.
Chipotle’s Corn Salsa and Mild Salsa are both simple to fix and making them at home will save you a lot of money. In the restaurant, you can expect to pay 80 cents per serving. For 6 servings that’s $4.80, just for salsa!
The cost for making them at home is about $1.50 or less for 6-8 servings. Both salsas ring up at around the same price. The cost savings by making it at home will be the difference of buying several bags of chips!
Tiffany King writes the blog, Eat at Home. She shares easy recipes as well as printable menus with complete grocery lists. There are over two years’ worth of menus available for free. She focuses on common and frugal ingredients to make meals that are family friendly and quick to fix. Tiffany is also the author of Feast in 15, an eBook of 15 minute meals.