For as long as I can remember I have been a huge fan of the bean and cheese burrito. Before I ate healthy I would drive through a fast food window at least once a week, and order up two, with a Coke. (I was also very addicted to refined white sugar) It's been many years since I've done that and yet just the thought of a bean and cheese burrito makes my mouth water.
I tried a couple times, unsuccessfully, to make a bean and cheese burrito myself, until now. I admit, I think it can be further improved—not so much in taste, but in consistency. Basically, the burrito is floppy, literally. But next time I'm going to put down a couple leaves of lettuce first, then apply my filling, and I think that should give it the structure it's lacking, and maybe even add to the taste too.
As you can see it was quite easy to do. I had some red beans that I had soaked and cooked this morning, but black beans would be really good too, and more traditional. I would have added some pureed soaked cashews, if I had planned this, but since it was spur of the moment, I just heated cashew milk and mashed it into the beans with some Herbamare seasoning and a little garlic powder. Pureed soaked cashews would make it even creamier -- next time. :-)