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Don Miguel Burritos

Our burritos capture the essence of restaurant style and flavor using premium ingredients and authentic seasonings. Each burrito is meticulously hand-rolled in a traditional hand-stretched tortilla with generous fillings, like lean beef steak strips, shredded beef, grilled chicken, chorizo, egg, bacon, and smoked ham topped with real cheese and fresh vegetables. We use no preservatives, lard or tropical oils in any of our products. Try all our delicious burritos — available at your nearest supermarket, convenience or club store, sold both frozen or in the refrigerated deli section.

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ScottMOctober 14th, 2009 at 1:45 pm

These burritos are found commonly in gas stations in the southwest US (and beyond — I even found them at the Conoco in Copper Mountain on the Colorado Trail — it was awesome). The refrigerated breakfast and bean/cheese burritos pack very well, even with hot temps, and they are good unheated.

500 calories each, these have become the defacto food of choice for the Coconino Loop, since they are available at many locations along the route. You know if you’ve got three of these in your pack, you’re good to go.

Long live Don Miguel!

Chad BOctober 14th, 2009 at 2:47 pm

Viva Don Miguel….

The burritos changed the way I ride; I went from doing small epics (100 miles) to ultra epics (250 miles) once I started eating them. Cold or hot, they are delicious. My favorite flavor is the breakfast burrito.

[…] loaded up on Don Miguel burritos, but made the mistake of eating a non-Miguel burrito that was pre-cooked. It made multiple attempts […]

stevageNovember 24th, 2009 at 5:47 am

Heh. These things look suspiciously like a snack I grabbed just before boarding a bus from LA to SF once. It was, without question, the worst meal I’ve ever had. Now, I wasn’t doing any exercise, let alone extended offroad bike touring, so it’s probably not fair to criticise. I think the one I had was plain bean and cheese. From freezer to microwave then served, it was floppy, oily, and unspeakably bland.

To be fair: it may not have been the same brand and I was actually expecting a real burrito when I ordered it (not something prepackaged).

ScottMNovember 24th, 2009 at 10:09 am

The ones we are getting are refrigerated, not frozen, and you don’t microwave them, just carry them in the pack or eat right there. In the above pic they are the ones wrapped in paper, not plastic.

Agreed that the microwave plastic wrap ones can be no bueno.

jonesy792November 24th, 2009 at 12:43 pm

Don Miguel burritos saved my life going up mingus mountain, I just wish that I had packed 4-5 more to get me further

TawannaDecember 9th, 2010 at 9:11 pm

Pork Chili Verde burrito Is the bomb! Just discovered this burrito at BP’s/ AM PM gas station day before yesterday (12-10-2010). Went back today for two more! I ate one on the way home, and then warmed the other in the microwave tonight. No other packaged burrito compare’s Wish I could buy them by the dozen!

Dave HallikainenAugust 21st, 2011 at 8:21 am

I will have to try these. I have been hesitant to eat these after a bad tamale experience I had. I purchased a tamale on a reservation. They were being sold out of a cooler in the back of a pick up at a gas station. It was a mystery meat special that ended in a trip to the hospital.

SamFebruary 7th, 2012 at 10:16 am

Where can you find these in the Nashville, Tn. area?

aaronSeptember 13th, 2012 at 3:39 pm

are they good for u

BikeGnuMarch 11th, 2013 at 5:37 pm

Best food ever! It also saved my marriage and reverses diabetes! All hail Don!

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