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A few weeks ago, I paid 79 cents for a  clone recipe for Chipotle Barbacoa Burrito at http://www.topsecretrecipes.com (it probably costs more now?).   I have never purchased a recipe from them, usually they are free, but this one sounded interesting.  I can't post the recipe, but I sure enjoyed the results.  It calls for chuck roast - I used a tri tip I had in the freezer.  This week I made it again with a brisket.  I used everything but the pepper (I substitute cayenne pepper).  It also calls for chipotles which are dried, smoked jalapenos.  I have a few in the cupboard.  But when I cooked the brisket, I didn't want it quite so hot, so I used one fresh jalapeno, one fresh Anaheim chili, and one fresh banana chili plus a few drops of liquid smoke.  This recipe makes its own adobo sauce and it does not have to be bar-b-qued.

I can't tell you how many times I've walked by our burrito shop or taco shop - wistfully wishing.  Now I can enjoy a yummy taste with this recipe.   I did not even make tortillas or beans, just enjoyed the meat and the lime-rice recipe.

I will try the recipe with chicken some time minus a few ingredients.  If you look at http://www.chipotle.com menu, it hints at the ingredients to leave out.

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sounds yummy, now just make some spelt tortillas! (no, but the rice sounds good)
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A few weeks ago, I paid 79 cents for a  clone recipe for Chipotle Barbacoa Burrito at http://www.topsecretrecipes.com (it probably costs more now?).


did this come in the mail or can you download it?



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I make the Best Foods/Hellman's mayo recipe (free) from topsecretrecipes.com, substituting lemon juice and agave for the vinegar and sugar. Yumm!


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did this come in the mail or can you download it?


You set up a recipe box on their site.  Then you can access the recipe box when you want to use a recipe you've paid for.  I use "Print Screen" and paste the image into a Word Document so I have it easily accessible in my computer.  I don't know why they have it in such a difficult format, but I've enjoyed the recipes.
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