Before Mexican food really became stylish in the rest of the country, burritos were called burros in Arizona. Put an 'ito' on the end of it and it means 'small burro.' Burros range in so many ways that it is the most wide open arena next to sandwiches. In one aspect, though, they all have one thing in common, just how hot do you want it?
In Santiagos case, we chose the middle of the road, using tender red chili con carne wrapped in a warm tortilla, topped with red chili sauce. Then it is salted and blended with Mexican cheese and green onions. This goes great with our large, large glass of iced tea.