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What kind of Steak in a Burrito?

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One of my all-time favorite things on this planet is a steak burrito with white cheese sauce on top. We often frequent the Mexican chain called El Rancho. Anyway, I always get their Steak Burrito and of course, a Margarita. ;)

I want to make these Burritos at home!

Here's what I think is in them:

1. Steak (no clue what kind they use!!)

2. Rice

3. Beans (re-fried)

4. Sauce (no idea)

I may be missing more ingredients but man, are they tasty.

What kind of steak does the typical Mexican restaurant use? It appears to be thin strips, never any fat or gristle. It's excellent! If I could buy this at the store and make my own Steak Burritos I may gain a few hundred pounds but I would certainly die happy. lol

Thanks for any advice or links to recipes!
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Burrito Ranchero

Read the description... and it's definitely some type of white cheese sauce. Good stuff whatever it is! lol

Thanks for the steak info! I'll look into it more.

I'd love to still know what the heck that white cheese sauce they use is.
I don't care if it's a fraud or not. I'm just here to find out what the ingredients are. :)

I'm sure it's not as "authentic" as traditional Mexican dishes because it's the typical chain joint.
Saline injected utility grade from the lower hind quarter. Precooked.

OK, maybe not, but that's what a lot of chains use. Chilli's, Applebee's, Sizzler... you name it.
Do they sell those prepackaged in the frozen meat section?? I'm kidding....that would be too easy!

Thanks for the info.
I missed that at first glance...LOL! Funny.
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