A word about shipping burritos-
We are sorry to announce that we won't be shipping frozen burritos any more. If you will be traveling through Gainesville and would like to pick up frozen burritos, please feel free to call in your order for frozen burritos directly to the restaurant (352) 378-5948. We must have at least 24 hours notice in order to get them made and frozen, and would be grateful for 48 hours. (The logistics can be tricky.) As long as there is room in our freezer, we will be very happy to have them waiting for you when you arrive. Please remember to bring some sort of cooler in which to transport them, as we will not have them onsite. Thanks so much for understanding.
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In case you've lost the directions for reheating your burritos, here they are...
Please remember that all microwaves and conventional ovens are different. Check frequently while defrosting and heating your food. Burritos are best if thawed before heating. Please thaw in the refrigerator.
Remove all wrappers. Place burrito on paper towels. Defrost if necessary for 3-4 minutes on defrost mode. This may be all you need to do, depending on your microwave. The burritos should be soft and warm. You may have to flip them for thorough thawing. Heat primo beef burritos for about 2 1/2 minutes on medium and bean and combo primos for about 3 1/2 minutes on medium. Regular burritos take less time.
Conventional oven instructions:
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Remove all wrappers. Place thawed burritos in a lightly greased baking dish. Add some additional grated cheddar cheese on top of the burritos and pour a small amount of red sauce on top of the cheese. Heat for about 15-18 minutes or until the cheese is melted and the burritos are hot.
To end up with burritos similar to the ones you'd get in Gainesville, top with some shredded iceberg lettuce, sour cream, onions, etc. We've included jalapeno peppers in the small plastic cup. The red sauce is best if not icy cold when served. Store in the refrigerator or freezer but warm slightly before serving.