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Sink your teeth into these Vampire Steak Burritos made with lime-garlic steak, pico de gallo, and Asiago cheese! They’re a fangtastic Halloween dinner idea!
I have to admit something to you. I have been binge watching the Twilight movies lately like a teenage fangirl. Like every time they’re on TV, I turn them on. Funny since the books didn’t hold my interest! At all! To be honest, I couldn’t get passed the second chapter of the first book. It was just so bad!
Then, the movies came out. I rolled my eyes at them at first. I mean, sparkly vampires? Edward Cullen was definitely no Lestat! But after giving them a chance, I quickly became hooked. I even managed to see Breaking Dawn in the theater.
My love of vampire TV and movies probably started with Interview with the Vampire and continued with Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I tuned into Buffy every week and watched the Angel spin-off. There are so many other great vampire shows out there and I definitely need to catch up!
If there’s one thing I love as much as vampire TV and movies, it’s Mexican food! You might remember the Halloween Boo-rito Bake I made a couple years ago. It was a delicious and easy dish to make for Halloween night! So I decided to make a vampire-themed burrito for Halloween this year.
We always seem to have London broil in our house. One London broil can be split to make two meals for us. It’s a pretty cheap cut of beef that works well in a variety of dishes. Like steak burritos! Cut into thin slices, London broil made a perfect base for this recipe!
I made London broil for dinner the other night and used the leftovers to make these burritos. The London broil was lightly seasoned. I added minced garlic and lime juice to brighten up the flavor. Then, I topped my burritos with homemade pico de gallo and shredded Asiago cheese.
The burrito was folded up in a tortilla with edges cut to resemble bat wings. These vampire burritos weren’t complete without black olive eyes and Asiago fangs dripping with blood – or, in this case, hot sauce!
- 2 small tomatoes, chopped
- 1/4 cup red onion, chopped
- 1 jalapeño (or 1/2, if preferred), seeds removed and chopped
- 2 tbsp. cilantro, chopped
- 1 small lime, juiced
- Salt, to taste
- Flour tortillas
- Approx. 1/2 lb. boneless steak, like London broil
- Juice of 1/2 small lime
- 1 clove garlic, minced
- Shredded Asiago cheese
- Pico de gallo
- Sour cream
- Black olives, sliced
- Hot sauce
- Olive oil
- Mix all ingredients in a bowl.
- Cover and set aside.
- Spray a large skillet with non-stick cooking spray and heat over medium.
- Add steak slices to the pan and cook until medium-medium well.
- Before removing from pan, add lime juice and minced garlic.
- Set steak aside and begin assembling burritos.
- With a paring knife, carefully cut the edges of the tortilla to resemble bat wings.
- In the center of the tortilla, add several slices of steak.
- Top with pico de gallo and shredded Asiago cheese.
- Fold the bottom of the tortilla upwards. Then, wrap each side into the center of the tortilla.
- Wipe out the skillet and drizzle a little olive oil into it.
- Carefully place the burrito back into the pan and heat over low-medium. Cook until golden brown.
- Remove burrito from pan and plate seam-side up.
- Add two small dollops of sour cream onto the burrito and place a slice of olive on top.
- To make fangs, cut small triangles out of Asiago cheese.
- Drip a little hot sauce onto the bottom of each fang.
- Serve burritos with guacamole, hot sauce, and pico de gallo.
Sink your teeth into these delicious burritos this Halloween! These would be fun to eat the next time you binge watch Edward Cullen and Bella Swan’s love story or Buffy kicking ass in a cemetery!
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