Get out and measure all of your ingredients.
Chop your onion.
Chop your pepper.
In large skillet, over medium heat, place your pork.
Using a wooden spoon, break up your pork into small pieces while cooking.
Add garlic and onions. Add pepper if you don't mind them very soft. Add them later on if you like them to be somewhat crisp.
Continue to cook until pork is no longer pink.
Add tomato paste and chili powder.
Cook for a few minutes until incorporated.
Add beans and broth.
Cook until liquid is absorbed and reduced. I usually simmer for about 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add peppers when you are almost finished cooking, at about the 5 minute mark.
Take a moment to taste the mixture and see if it needs anything like hot sauce or sriracha.
Divide mixture between the number of tortillas you want to make. Dump mixture into the center of each tortilla and sprinkle jalapenos, if using.
Sprinkle with as much cheese as desired, if desired.
My burrito usually looks like this.
Fold ends in and roll as tight as you can.
You now have two options. For what it is worth, I prefer option 2.