Minnesota's most famous hotdish has now been rolled up in a flour tortilla. What do you think? Would you try it? Here's what all goes into it.

The Tater Tot Hotdish burrito is the new featured burrito of the month at Burrito Union, located in Duluth, Minnesota.

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They've turned some heads with previous burritos like the gyro burrito, and the Thanksgiving burrito. There's always something new to try at Burrito Union.

The Tater Tot Hotdish burrito is available only for a limited time, so plan your trip accordingly.

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It's all the ingredients of their house-made Tater Tot Hotdish rolled up in a 12-inch flour tortilla. It includes:

  • Carrots
  • Corn
  • Peas
  • Beans
  • Cream of Celery Soup
  • Ground Beef
  • Rice
  • Red Onion
  • Monterey Jack + Cheddar Shredded Cheese

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Burrito Union fans reacted on social media. Most were positive and wanted to try it, some were a little skeptical.

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One person said it looked like a whole lot of rice, and not much else. However, if you look closely, the tots inside the burrito are hard to spot. There's a pretty equal amount of ingredients in it.

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You can find Burrito Union in Duluth's East Hillside neighborhood at 1332 E 4th Street.. They're open every day for lunch and dinner.

The only suggestion I would have for this is to make sure that you serve it with Top The Tater! It's the most Minnesota way to eat Tater Tot Hotdish, and yes it's hotdish, not casserole!

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