Since I used 2 pounds of pork to make the spicy pork bulgogi banh mi I had lots of leftovers which was perfect because I knew exactly what I wanted to do with them. One of my favourite things to do with leftover bulgogi is to make burritos and since I had leftover pork bulgogi this time, I was thinking pork and beans burritos. I decided to keep things nice and simple and I added some Korean style refried beans and some spicy kimchi , Korean style salsa roja to the mix for a little bit of heat. Of course no burrito would be complete without being stuffed with ooey gooey melted cheese.
Spicy Pork Bulgogi and Beans Burrito
Spicy Korean BBQ pork with refried beans, sauteed kimchi, cheddar & jack cheese and salsa rojo.
- 1 pound daeji bulgogi, Korean BBQ pork, warm
- 1 cup refried beans, warm
- 1/2 cup kimchi, sauteed to remove excess moisture
- 2 cups cheddar and jack cheese, grated
- 4 tablespoons salsa roja
- 4 (10 inch) tortillas
- Assemble burritos and grill until golden brown and the cheese has melted, about 2-4 minutes per side.
For some reason when I first saw that picture, I could have sworn that there was sweet potato mashed in (not such a bad idea hint hint!). Looks amazing as is though!
aww this looks sooo nice:) ive been following your blog for like a week now and i am very impressed by the pictures and especially your style of turning leftovers into something even more exciting – keep it coming! greetings from hungary:)
Maris (In Good Taste) says
looks like something I am now having for dinner this week!
Samantha Angela @ Bikini Birthday says
WOW, that looks incredible.
The Culinary Chase says
Love the ingredients…Korean/Mexican fare? 🙂
girls who like to gorge says
mmmm, I like the sound of that! Perfect for a transporting Mexican themed night! xxxxx
This looks absolutely delicious!
jose manuel says
Se ven sensacionales, que delicia tienen que ser.
d.liff @ yelleBELLYboo says
Kevin, you inspired me! I went to an Asian market this weekend to pick up gochujang because all of your adaptations of Korean BBQ Spicy Pork looked SO GOOD. FINALLY I think that this is the week!!!
The Short (dis)Order Cook says
That is a very good cultural mix! It's all over the map in the best way possible.
Belinda @zomppa says
I'm drooling!! This is bursting with flavor.
20 something says
Oh my goodness. You sir, are an artist.
your creativity is the best of the best. you need to do a leftover themed cookbook–you are the man when it comes to leftovers. wow.
sounds great, but i would have just made more banh mi!
yummiee!! ill try it! 🙂