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Posada Steak & Cheese Burritos
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I bought a box of the Posada steak & cheese burritos to try from Costco. I liked that the burritos had steak and cheese and no filler beans (since I don't like beans).

I followed the microwave directions on the back and microwaved one burrito for 90 seconds.

The overall taste of the burrito was pretty savory with a faint, underlying tomato taste. The green chilies are fairly prominent, and the shredded steak pieces are fairly respectable for a frozen burrito.

The overall taste of the burrito was pretty savory with a faint, underlying tomato taste. The green chilies are fairly prominent, and the shredded steak pieces are fairly respectable for a frozen burrito. The burrito was very similar to the El Monterey Steak and Cheese burritos, and it tasted good overall.
Overall Rating:
Good
Food: Frozen Posada Shredded Steak and Cheese Burritos
Source: Costco, Tucson, AZ
Price: $11.99 for a box of 18 burritos
Rating: Good

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7 Comments

REVIEW – Posada: Shredded Steak and Cheese Burritos from Costco

  • Felicia orozco

    I bought a box of the shredded steak and cheese chimichanga from Cosco and in almost ever single burrito we found pieces of hard plastic in them and hard pieces of bone and Cartlidge these are the most nastiest and cheap burritos I ever had I would NEVER recommend these to my dog let alone to valued customers

  • Eleanor Moyza

    My friend and I tried these chimichangas and we liked them. First I heated them in the microwave to cook the filling, in case it wasn’t cooked. (I looked on the box to see if it stated that they are cooked or raw, but it didn’t say). Before microwaving, I pierced the tops of the burritos to let the steam out and after microwaving then, naturally, they were floppy and moist, so I put them in the regular stove oven for ten
    minutes. They were still pale, so I went the extra mile and toasted them in the toaster oven for a few minutes. They were delicious!
    If you’ve ever eaten a chimichanga at a Mexican Restaurant, you’ll notice that they are deep-fried…so that can be done at home too, but I can’t eat too many oily foods, so I prefer my method even though I went through a lot of steps.

  • Michael Kentwood

    The burrito itself is mostly flour tortilla with an appetizing filling. I microwave these, pull off all the tortilla and use the paste to make a filling for my breakfast omelette. Most of the fat is thus removed and I have to been able to use this addition to a lot of dishes without much guilt.

  • Jennifer Wermers

    Just had my first chimichanga. My husband told me there is hardly any meat so you probably should eat something from the fridge. Oh no I had to try it. I should have listened to my husband. Not much of anything. A tortilla with some sauce and not much cheese. I agree with my husband and Sean.. Where’s the Beef? Anyways I won’t buy them again what a waste of freezer space.

  • Greg M

    I agree with the previous reviewer, there is almost nothing in the burrito. The photo on the packaging shows a burrito filled with steak and cheese. When I cut the burrito open, I don’t see the shredded steak, mostly paste and the wrapper is heavier than the filing. What a ripoff.

  • jessica peters

    I LOVE THESE BURRITOS!!!I used to buy them a lot but we have since moved to Kansas so I went online to find a place to buy then, still cant find it:(….but after a little research I found out that posada also makes all of allsups chimichangas(the best burrito ever!) and I know of people who leave New Mexico and order bulk boxes of Allsups chimichangas! Because their so good!!(Allsups is a gas station in New Mexico known for their chimmi’s!) I lived in New Mexico also, and I know these taste almost identical to Allsups chimmys, just less filling, and way cheaper……best burrito ever I think!!(there are no beans in them!)

  • Sean Jacobs

    This is by far the cheapest burrito I have ever had. It should be called empty burrito because there is practically NO steak in it. Some cheese and beans. That’s it. It’s horrible and I will never buy it again. Even if it were free I wouldn’t take it.

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