Top Definition
a disgusting concoction mistaken for food in the prison system.

the jailhouse burrito is completely unrelated to an actual burrito, and contains none of the same ingredients; one is to assume it is named for appearance.

to make a jailhouse burrito, 2 - 3 bags of doritos are crushed and mixed together in one bag with a chopped up slim jim and a sauce to alter flavour (ketchup, mustard, hot sauce, soap, potato vodka, etc.). a small ammount of water is added (about 1/4 the bag), and it is sealed up and allowed to sit.

after a while, the water causes the crushed-up doritos to expand, encompassing the other ingredients and holding them static in the loaf (burrito).

the bag is cut away with a shiv, revealing a dorito-bag-shaped, salty dorito-based loaf with a similar appearance to a large wet burrito.

it is truly sickening, and can cause diarrhoea in a stomach that is not accustomed to the atrocious food eaten by prisoners.

not recommended to be tried by free humans.

or animals.

(this is a real recipe)
Tank sold Toofless-J to Hector for one of them bad ass jailhouse burritos he's always makin'.
by Wild Drunken Bill July 18, 2008
Originating from Brown County Jails, WI, a jailhouse burrito consists of canteen items such as Chili Ramen noodles, flaming hot Cheetos, Jalapeño Crunchers, Ranch Doritos, and sometimes other chips, along with mayo or sour cream to alter the flavor, all wrapped in a tortilla. Considered a truly cultural dish in your local jail.
It's Thursday night! Let's cook up some jailhouse burritos
by boss tweed August 13, 2015

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