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26 Nov 2015, 2:56 am

I'm wondering if anyone knows of any frozen burritos that are super mild. I really really want some but I can't handle spiciness at all. My spice-limit is honestly like, nacho cheese level. I'm a little nervous about buying some because a lot of burritos seem like or even say that they're mild, but they aren't. Any help is greatly appreciated! :mrgreen:


Oh, and chimichangas count, too.



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26 Nov 2015, 3:19 am

I buy the El Monterey brand. Beef & bean, bean & cheese, etc. They're not really spicy at all unless you buy the ones that say they are. The bean & cheese one is especially mild.



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26 Nov 2015, 3:00 pm

Jory wrote:
I buy the El Monterey brand. Beef & bean, bean & cheese, etc. They're not really spicy at all unless you buy the ones that say they are. The bean & cheese one is especially mild.


Yes, I just ate one of these a few minutes ago. They are quite mild.

I put Sriracha sauce on top (Sriracha is a Thai sauce made from a paste of chili peppers, distilled vinegar, garlic, sugar, and salt) This sauce is quite intense at first but I have become used to it. It is very good.


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26 Nov 2015, 3:12 pm

I wish I could help you but I am profoundly addicted to chiles. It's actually a lack of bite that I can't handle, like bananas.


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26 Nov 2015, 5:20 pm

"Butcher Boy" was a favorite of mine back east; but California stores don't seem to carry them.


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26 Nov 2015, 9:50 pm

haha I love this thread.

I think Amy's burritos are mild, but I am also a chile fiend and don't think things are possibly spicy and then someone surprises me by eating the same thing and not being able to handle the heat. I really do think Amy's are mild though, I put hot sauce on them.



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27 Nov 2015, 2:57 pm

seaweed wrote:
haha I love this thread.

I think Amy's burritos are mild, but I am also a chile fiend and don't think things are possibly spicy and then someone surprises me by eating the same thing and not being able to handle the heat. I really do think Amy's are mild though, I put hot sauce on them.



I love Amy's burritos.



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29 Nov 2015, 4:51 am

Thanks so much for your replies, everyone! I'm going to hopefully get some of these burritos while shopping tomorrow. Keep the suggestions coming! :wink:



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29 Nov 2015, 11:09 pm

SecretAgent wrote:
Thanks so much for your replies, everyone! I'm going to hopefully get some of these burritos while shopping tomorrow. Keep the suggestions coming! :wink:



Amy's Enchiladas are good.



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02 Dec 2015, 7:24 pm

I had an El Monterey shredded beef & cheese burrito today, and it was nice and mild. This brand seems to be a good recommendation. :D



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10 Dec 2015, 3:01 am

For future reference to anyone else wanting to know: Red's All Natural (chicken & cheese and steak & cheese, at least) is probably the most mild burritos I've ever had.