It's no secret that Chipotle's burritos are generously portioned. So, you may find yourself with leftovers to take home. If you refrigerate the leftover right away, and keep it in a cool at 40 degrees Fahrenheit or below, you should have no problem with reheating the burrito. Using the microwave is a fast and convenient method for reheating. Done right, your leftover can taste nearly as good as the freshly made burrito.
Drip a small amount of water along the top of the burrito; just enough to get it moist. Only apply the water to the outer layer of the tortilla.
Place the burrito on a microwave-safe dish, leaving it at the center of the dish in the microwave.
Cook the burrito on high for 1 minute. Turn the burrito over, making sure it's still centered, and heat on high for an additional minute.
When it's done cooking, insert an instant-read thermometer into the center of the burrito and wait 1 to 2 seconds before removing it. The burrito must be heated to above 165 F. Repeat the process in a few other parts of the burrito to make sure it's cooked evenly through. If necessary, heat for another 30 seconds on high and re-measure the temperature.
Remove the burrito from the microwave and allow it to to stand until cool enough to eat.