(makes about 3 giant burritos)
3 large tortillas (like 12"+)
1/2 cup non-dairy cheddar cheese
2 cups brown rice, cooked
2 cups spicy black beans, cooked (see note)
2 cups sauteed veggies (such as onions, red peppers, mushrooms, olives)
Note: For my beans, I used a couple of cups of cooked beans (canned would also be fine), simmered until warm with chile powder, salt, pepper, and roasted red pepper flakes to taste.
1. Grab a GINORMOUS tortilla.
2. Sprinkle 1/3 of the cheese on each tortilla.
3. Spoon on 1/3 of rice and 1/3 of beans.
4. Spoon on 1/3 of veggie mixture.
5. Top with guacamole (your own, or store bought, if you are lazy and/or can't find good avocados, like me).
6. And add some salsa.
7. Roll up as illustrated below:
8. Enjoy your huge burrito!
Feel free to add tofu sour cream and fresh tomatoes and lettuce, if you like as well. I don't know if that would have fit in ours. They were about to pop! But the tortillas were very sturdy, which prevented it from being knife & fork food.
I call them Jo's, because that was one of my nicknames growing up (among others like Gee and Georgie). Between my mom, my sisters and me, we would come up with all kinds of names to call each other besides our actual names (nice ones, I mean, for the most part anyway!). Somehow, I was called Jo-ja and then Jojo, and then Jo, which I was happy about because I wanted to be a writer like Jo in Little Women. I got off really easy with Jo, based on the first syllable of my name, compared to my sister Astra. I think you can see where I'm going with that! :)