Burrito Pie

For a fun twist on taco night this Burrito Pie has multiple tortilla layers of taco meat, rice, and cheese and is so easy to make you won't get through half of your first bottle of wine while its cooking!


  • ground beef  ·  1 pound 
  • refried beans  ·  1 can 
  • chopped olives  ·  1 can 
  • fire roasted chilis  ·  1 can 
  • la victoria taco sauce mild  ·  12 ounces 
  • mexican mixed cheese  ·  1 pound 
  • Herbies Mexican Spice Blend  ·  2 tablespoons 
  • flour tortillas (10 inch)  ·  5 


  1. Using a cast iron skillet, brown the ground beef until fully cooked.
  2. Drain the fat but leave in the skillet.
  3. Add the refried beans, can of chopped olives, fire roasted chilis and the whole bottle of taco sauce and cook until it's all incorporated.
  4. Add the Herbies spices at the end and also season with salt and pepper.
  5. Next in a skillet brown the flour tortillas until they're semi crispy and brown.
  6. In a 10 inch pie dish place a crispy tortilla on the bottom layer and about 4oz of meat and bean mixture on top of that. Then sprinkle 1 cup of mixed grated cheese on top of that and repeat until the pie dish is full to the top with about 4 layers. Top with remaining bean and meat mixture and remaining cheese.
  7. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
  8. Place the pie dish and cook for about 25 min until it is beautifully caramelized on top.
  9. Let cool for 15 min so it's easy to cut through the layers and serve with your favorite salad.

The best thing about a burrito is that you can easily customize the ingredients, and the same should work with this burrito pie. You could spice it up with jalapeno or maybe add some pinto or black beans. Enchilada sauce, black olives, grilled bell peppers, etc.

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