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Recipe: BROrrito


How do you bro-out a burrito? Easy. Just Add Meat. This USPlabs Barbell Club approved BROrrito is high protein heaven. Get ready to scream “BROlé!”!

We reached into our arsenal of recipes to bring you a little Latin flavor. Our version of a bulked-up taco, this high-protein, low-fat BROrrito is topped off with our special spicy Sriracha yogurt cream sauce that will make your taste buds scream “Caliente!”. Awesome, easy, cheap and filling, the BROrrito is another great fitness-fanatic’s go-to recipe. The BROrrito: Where nutrition and taste meet!

TIP: Prepare all the ingredients ahead of time and store them in your fridge for a quick and easy on-the-go meal!



The BROrrito





  • - 3 oz. of Beef (steak or ground)
  • - 1/3 cup of Brown Rice
  • - 1/3 cup of Black Beans (canned)
  • - 3 Tablespoons of Plain Non-Fat Greek Yogurt
  • - 1 Teaspoon of Sriracha
  • - 1 Ezekiel Tortilla
  • - Splash of Worcestershire Sauce
  • - Salt and Pepper to taste
  • - Optional: Salsa of your choice





First, prepare the brown rice. You can use a rice cooker, cook it on the stovetop or use instant rice.


Next, heat up the black beans on the stovetop or in the microwave.


Now prepare the Sriracha Cream Sauce by adding the plain non-fat Greek yogurt into a bowl, add desired amount of Sriracha Sauce and mix well.


Then take your sliced steak or ground beef and season with salt, pepper and Worcestershire Sauce. Heat a pan over medium-high heat, add steak or ground beef and cook, stirring occasionally until browned and cooked through, for about 3 to 5 minutes.


Warm your tortilla up on a pan or in the microwave, spoon on the rice, black beans, cooked steak/ground beef and top with the Sriracha Cream Sauce. Roll up the tortilla into a BROrrito and devour!


Yields: 1 Serving



  • Calories – 635g kCal
  • Fat – 14g
  • Carbohydrate – 82g
  • Protein – 45g


USPlabs BROrrito


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