Mar 27, 2012

Burrito With A Twist

Burrito is a type of Mexican food, A wheat tortilla  filled with refried beans and meat then fold in to a roughly cylindrical shape. In Mexico the filling will be refried beans, meat, but there are many ingredients we can see in United States. Generally they include the combinations of ingredients are Mexican style rice, or plain rice with beans, Lettuce, salsa, meat, avocado, cheese and sour cream. But To day I give a twist to that Mexican favorite food with Indian ingredients.Actually we can choose many  Indian ingredients like pulav with kurma any vegetable rice with gravy curry or dalmakhani, plain rice with any gravy curry and chutney. In this recipe my choice was simple dal chawal, aloo ki sabji with salad and little green chutney. I really enjoyed this as my today's lunch. It's filling I like the different flavors what I tasted in US.. Next time will try the other combinations

INGREDIENTS:---
Whole wheat tortillas --- 2
Plain steamed rice  --- 1 cup (can use any other rice like pulav, jeera rice)
Dal thadka -- 1 cup (can use any dal like palak dal or dalmakhani )
Aloo ki subji --- 1/2 cup
Green chutney --- 1 tab sp
Carrot --- 1 small cut in to long strips
Cucumber --- 1 small cut in to long strips If you like can add any other salad s that is totally your choice.
Chopped coriander --- 1 tab sp
Photobucket METHOD:---
1. lightly heat tortillas on a hot tawa both sides.
2. Place warm tortilla on a plate or work surface keep a tab sp of rice sprinkle 1/2 tea sp of green chutney, top with dal, aloo ki sabji, carrot and cucumber strips.
3. Sprinkle 1 tea sp of chopped coriander and start folding.
4. First fold from sides the start rolling like a mat roll and place the burrito fold side down in the serving plate.
Serve hot with raita or yogurt.
This recipe is for blogging marathon 14th edition under the theme of combo theme of 3 now for the last 3 recipes my theme is Traditional dishes with a twist.
This is my fifth recipe for Blogging marathon 14th edition group 2 in the theme of combo theme of 3. Lets check the Marathon page for other recipes..

15 comments:

Srivalli said...

Wow that surely looks complete!..what an interesting twist..how was it tasting with the cucumber in between?

Hari Chandana said...

Woww.. looks so delicious and tempting.. inviting clicks dear !!
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rekhas kitchen said...

thank you so much of the coment hummm in between cucumber gives a cruchy and juicy taste valli. I realy enjoyed this..

Chef Mireille said...

this must have been so good...reminds me of the Indo-Mex tacos I did for BM a few months ago

Must try your Indo-Mex Burritos too!

Mireille

Harini-Jaya Rupanagudi said...

complete meal for sure!

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

really yummy combo! love those spicy fries in the click!

Suparna said...

it's an interesting and healthy twist...love salald veggies in rolls

The Pumpkin Farm said...

ye..this has been my idea of burrito for long, i like ur stuffings, looks yummm

Rasi said...

i am not a big fan os burritos.. may bcoz of the spice levels.. with our desi dal & potatoes.. ia ms use it would be yum!

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Prabha Mani said...

Great twist to burrito!!Healthy n filling wrap :)

Suma Gandlur said...

That's interesting for sure.

Rajani S said...

A complete meal in itself!good one.

Cool Lassi(e) said...

Never thought of stuffing dhal into a tortilla. Lovely twist indeed!

Degchi said...

Desi burrito is yum and a complete meal in itself.

kanthi said...

Wow..its a good twist for a routine burrito,shall i say power packed