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Texas Nabs 4 Spots on List of "35 Best Burritos in America"

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 (KCEN) -- A list of the 35 best burritos was released on Tuesday by The Daily Meal

And according to the site, Texas only filled four spots on the list. 

The list put together of 'The 35 Best Burritos in America' did not even showcase a Texas burrito in the top ten.

Here are the four Texas restaurants that made the list along with the burrito that helped to award them the spot:

Number 30: Changos Taqueria in Austin - The 'Maximo' burrito

Number 24: Habanero's Grill in San Antonio - The 'Steak Fajita-Rito' burrito

Number 20: Delicious Mexican Eatery in El Paso - The 'Chile Relleno' Burrito

Number 12: Cabo Bob's Burritos in Austin - The 'Pork Burrito'

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