Potato Burritos, aka Po-Ritos, are quick, tasty, cheap, and filling.
Gail loves Po-Ritos. When I say love, I mean she could eat them every day, twice a day. I know this for a fact because "been there, done that". I definitely don't love them that much. Once a week is fine with me. In any case, the Po-Ritos are cheap and filling, so it's good for a quick go-to meal.
I tend to buy several packs of the frozen Potatoes O'Brien and keep them all in the freezer. We pretty much always have Muenster cheese, sour cream, salsa, and tortillas in the fridge too, so on a whim, I can always make this dish.
Note: Don't substitute any other kind of frozen potatoes. It's O'Brien or nothing in this case. Hashbrowns will just be icky mush, and regular cubed potatoes will be flavorless.
Extra Note: Muenster is definitely the best cheese for its great ability to melt nicely but other cheese can be experimented with, as you please.
Apologies for the shaky video. I was filming with one hand, while cooking with the other. That is surprisingly more difficult to do than I imagined. One of these days I'll get around to having a tripod setup for this kind of thing.