My husband grew up in Grand Rapids Michigan, and for as long as we have been married (15 years next week!) he has talked about a gal named Maria, and the Wet Burritos she made at the Mexican Restaurant he and his family frequently visited. I assumed that a wet burrito was a burrito with salsa on top, but he assured me I was wrong.
And then it happened. While going through his parents house, and packing his mother's belongings up to move in with us, I came across an old cookbook and found this inside!
It was Maria's Wet Burrito Recipe! I couldn't believe what I was seeing and I was so excited to surprise Studhubs with his favorite childhood delight! The only problem was that the handwriting was a little difficult to decipher, so this led to an extensive research endeavor, but I feel confident in saying that this West Virginia girl has done Grand Rapids proud with my interpretation of the Wet Burrito. And I have to admit, this bad boy was delicious. I can't wait to share this recipe with you!
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