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AUTHENTIC PRISON BURRITO RECIPE
Courtesy of the inmates at Harnett Correctional Institution
• 1 tub (4 oz) jalapeno cheese dip
• 1 package flour tortillas
• 2 packages instant beef picante ramen noodles
• 2 packages instant refried beans and rice OR chili with beans
• 1 (4 oz) summer sausage
• 1 small trash bag
• 2 plastic mixing bowls with lids
Cut up summer sausage into small bits and microwave until nice and GREASY. Set aside.
Mix noodles with enough water to cover in one bowl. Mix beans ‘n rice with enough water to cover in a second bowl. Microwave until boiling, and then set aside 5 minutes to thicken.
Combine noodles, beans ‘n rice, and sausage in trash bag. Add cheese dip. Knead in trash bag to mix.
Layer 4 tortilla shells between sheets of deli paper, then microwave shells to soften.
Using empty cheese cup, scoop out filling from trash bag and wrap in tortillas.
Garnish with crushed nacho cheese tortilla chips if available.
Warning: Only use ingredients bought at the canteen. Do not attempt to sneak ingredients out of the prison kitchen, or you get sent to “The Hole” for 20 days.
[Note from Doug: I’m not sure what “The Hole” is, but I have two guesses. I hope it’s the first one.]
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