Burritos with Spiced rice and salsa

Burrito is a flour tortilla/flat bread which is stuffed with filling of your choice and wrapped. The work burrito actually means Donkey in spanish. Which could imply a flat bread that carries all that is stuffed in it 🙂

This recipe is part of the 30 day Blogging Marathon for this month. Check out other participants here in the Blogging Marathon page.

Week- 3

Theme- Seasonal

Dish for Day – Burrito

Seasonal Produce- Peas

You shall need: [Makes 4 rolls]

2/3 cup… Rice [Boiled]

1/2 cup… Boiled peas

1.. Medium size onion [Chopped finely]

1 tbsp… Butter

Salt and paprika powder

4.. Whole wheat chapatis [Large ones]

1 cup… Mango Cucumber salsa

handful of chips

toothpicks to secure the roll if needed

Method:

  • In a wok, heat the butter.
  • Add the onions and cook until nice and light brown.
  • Add the rice, salt and pepper and toss it.
  • Now add the peas.
  • Check for the seasoning.
  • On the chapati, place the rice in the center in a straight line.
  • Put some salsa on it.
  • Break chips and put it on top of the salsa.
  • Roll the chapati/tortilla and secure with toothpicks if needed. Repeat for others.
  • Serve with a drink of your choice.

wrap1 wrap2

Cheers,

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