Taco Bell – Beefy Crunch Burrito 2011 – Fast Food Review

Its BACK! Layers of seasoned ground beef, rice, warm nacho cheese sauce, reduced fat sour cream and Flamin’ Hot (R) Fritos(R) wrapped in a warm, flour tortilla. * Tortilla * Nacho Cheese Sauce * Seasoned Ground Beef * Fritos Flamin’ Hot Flavor Corn Chips * Reduced Fat Sour Cream * Rice Nutrition Facts Serving Size 1 burrito Amount Per Serving Calories from Fat 198 Calories 510 % Daily Values* Total Fat 22g 34% Saturated Fat 6g 30% Cholesterol 30mg 10% Sodium 1250mg 52% Total Carbohydrate 61g 20% Dietary Fiber 5g 20% Sugars 5g Protein 15g Main Channel bit.ly iPod Channel bit.ly Jeep Channel bit.ly My Twitter bit.ly My Facebook on.fb.me
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** Recipe included in my new low carb, gluten free cookbook, Low Carbing Among Friends. Please check it out at our website @ www.amongfriends.us ** Here is my recipe for making Low Carb Stir Fry with a home-made Teriyaki sauce. I am surprised at all easy this recipe is to make, and low carb stir fries remain one of dietary staples. Is it any wonder how I can more vegetables now than ever before? *Join the Facebook page – http * My Low Carb Blog – www.atkinsdietgeek.com Ingredients Low Carb Teriyaki Stir Fry 20 oz Pork Shoulder, marinated & thinly sliced 2 TBS Coconut Oil 1 small Onion 3 stalks Celery 1 Green Pepper 2 Red Pepper 2 cloves Garlic Teriyaki Sauce 3 TBS Soy Sauce 2 TBS Splenda 1 tsp Ground Ginger 1 tsp Garlic Powder 1/4 tsp Xanthan Gum Nutrition Facts: (6 Servings) 1 servings: 315 Calories: 19g protein; 22.6g fat; 9.5g carbs (-3.3g Fiber) (IF = Induction Friendly)
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50 Responses to “Taco Bell – Beefy Crunch Burrito 2011 – Fast Food Review”

  1. The most important nutrient facts are the ones you left out, such as overall macro minerals, micro minerals, vitamin content, inflamation factor, overall glicemic index, cholesterol. These are far superior to the generic nutritiinal facts that we are so used to seeing more often than not do you get nutrient deficient “sustainance” from fast food,

  2. i’M MEXICAN AND I GREW UP ON THE MOST BEANER FOODS OF ALL TIME AND LOVED IT, BUT I ALSO LOVE TACO BALL, ITS SOOOOOOOOO GOOOOOOOOD.

  3. perhaps grow your own ingredients

  4. Evilis Anihilis Uls Reply December 15, 2012 at 5:08 am

    avocado or guacamole would make it better
    (:

  5. Really Einstein? I said that I do not go there any longer. I make that food better myself at home. Why would any smart person buy from Taco Bell, and then buy the extra ingredients, then go through the trouble of opening the food to make it right. That would defeat the purpose now wouldn’t it? Think before you speak.

    If Taco Bell made food properly? People would return. They SUCK!

  6. why dont you fucking open the burrito and put your own fucking sour cream in and green olives and black olives. is it that hard to figure out what to do if you dont like something?

  7. Did you know that Taco Bell’s sour cream sucks? Ever since they changed to low fat, it became low taste as well. I don’t go to TB any longer. I can make better food myself. They used to be great back in the 80′s. No more green onions, black olives, full fat (flavor) sour cream. BLEEECH!!!

  8. jaja la torilla muy delgadaa los mejores burritos solo aqui en mexico :D 

  9. Best ever!!!!

  10. i wil make one for you free of charge ok?

  11. Chipotle sucks…

  12. more reviews !!!!! do burger king wendys etc

  13. I suppose you’ve never been to Chipotle then..

  14. Dude.. Do you play WoW on Storm Scale?

  15. Best.Burrito.Ever.

  16. Nice job with the reviews. Thanks!

  17. People actually petitioned this piece of shit? I hated it when I tried it, but to be fair yours looked better than mine. Mine had nothing but fritos and rice with just a tiny bit of meat and cheese sprinkled in it. I was stoned with super munchies when I first tried this and I couldn’t even finish it because it was so gross. I’ll take a chicken chalupa over this any day.

  18. THERE REALLY GREAT CHECK OUT MY PAGE IM SUBBED ALL WHO READ THIS SHOULD SUB ALSO THANKS

  19. Man, I love your reviews. Lol it makes me hungry ahaha i’m not fat though.. Just sayin :D

  20. Chicken burrito is there best burrito i swear

  21. charlie possenriede Reply December 15, 2012 at 1:53 pm

    volcano burrito is the best.

  22. i have the same kitchen knife haha

  23. this review hits the nail on the head .. they over do it with the rice and the fritos do end up being soggy … keep up with the excellent reviews!

  24. Have you tried their new apple empanadas?i did and i think they’re good:)

  25. Dude? I’m not a ranch-hand, So, don’t call me dude. You don’t have ten friends…smoking or not? What does smoking have to do with it? You’re an idiot -or so it seems. Try learning something new….. that’s a pot, that’s a pan….we can use these things to cook food with. Amazing! WTF is wrong with you? Grow up and cook for yourself?

  26. I agree stir fries are a great way to have loads of good meat and vegetables in the same dish. Good job in losing!

  27. I make stir fries all the time and it’s just as much as you’ve made here and I eat it all to myself :L I’m still loosing weight and getting fitter after a month of non stop stir fries :D

  28. The only Tofu noodles are fine, but the ones with konjac flour would not be.

  29. could u add shiratake noodles to this for the induction friendly stage?

  30. I am glad you guys liked it so well.

  31. I hope it turned out well for you.

  32. Tried this last night with my guy. WE LOVED IT! Thanks for sharing. Now subscribed.

  33. I cant wait to surprise my fiance with this tonight. Thanks for sharing!!

  34. Thank you for the kind words…

  35. good job looks wonderful I will be trying this for sure thanks so much

  36. It is scientifically proven to be the best diet and why are you here other than to spout something that no one agrees with much less cares?

  37. Are you really that dense?  I have videos posted on here of me running and finishing marathons. (totals – 5 of them so far and 12+ half marathons). #ignoranttrollfail

  38. Lol he’s wearing a marathon shirt. Chances are this fool can’t even run a few miles. Low carb is high fail.

  39. Correct, the net carb count for the recipe would be 6.2g net carbs almost strictly coming from the vegetables — primarily the onions, which are good sources of the limited carbs you should eat.

  40. I did make more of the teriyaki sauce to marinate it in. Or you could marinate it in simply soy sauce, too.

  41. So do you make twice the teriyaki sauce mixture for this recipe, ie, one batch to marinate the pork and the other batch to add to the cooked vegetables/meat as in the video?

  42. Hi Kent, I’m about 2 weeks into induction and this looks delicious. Is the 9.5g carb per serving net or can I subtract the 3.3g fibre to get 6.2g net? Keep the great ideas coming.

  43. “a little bit of garlic” — 2 cloves of minced garlic to be exact.

  44. what was that you added after the sesame oil? I couldn’t make out what you said or what was in the container.

  45. Yes, in the Teriyaki sauce mixture.

  46. What do you marinate the mean in? Is it the teriyaki sauce mixture?

  47. Ok thank you!

  48. Either Xanthan or Guar gum are what most people use. (Some people also use arrowroot or Thick/notThin thickening agent too.) The gums are bit trickier to use that just corn starch in a recipe, but I actually made a decent gravy for the first time with roast beef drippings and Xanthan gum using my mini blender.

    You need to really get the gum powder in touch with the liquid — otherwise it won’t work. It’s a little weird and just takes time to experiment how much to use.

  49. Yaaayy!! looks great. Im a great cook, but I grew up learning how to cook southern food and now that everyone in my family either has heart problems, diabetes, or high blood pressure I am really trying to change my habits before I have children. Xanthum GUM!!! I have made many stir fries and have trouble thickening my sauce without cornstarch or flour! Is that what I should use instead?

  50. I don’t think it’ll accept my entry because I’m in Australia – so it doesn’t give me my state choice. I love your videos anyway!