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Tuesday, 13 April 2010

Bean burrito with an Indianised touch.



Burrito with an Indianised touch- A wheat flat bread filled with a spicy bean curry garnished with a sour cream and cheese dip and topped with crispy salad to add a lovely crunch .
3 tablespoons left over black eyed bean (lobia bean)curry.
Shredded lettuce
2 tablespoon diced cucumber
1 small tomato de seeded and diced
2 teaspoons sour cream
1 tablespoon grated cheese
1 spring onion finely diced
Salt and pepper to taste
1 burrito

Method:

1. Warm up the black eyed bean curry in microwave. Drain the gravy and discard use the beans only.(Too much gravy will make burrito soggy)
2. In a dish add the sour cream, cheese, salt and pepper and spring onion and mix.
3. Warm the burrito in a skillet.
4. Transfer burrito to a serving plate; spread the sour cream mixture over it.
5. Next spread the black eyed bean curry over it.
6. Top with shredded lettuce, tomato, cucumber and roll up burrito.
7. Cut into two and serve immediately with potato crisps and a side salad.

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36 comments:

  1. Ooo, yummy! Love burritos. :)

    -Sarah.j.s.

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  2. Very nice and interesting dish. Bean buritto looks delicious and tempting. Wonderful presentation.

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  3. Omg, wat a tremendous burritos, makes me hungry..

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  4. Lovely dish and very nice presentation...

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  5. Nice Indian touch to the burritos!

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  6. Looks great Nayana. I especially love your presentation with chips :)

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  7. It looks absolutely yummy!!!!

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  8. Wow its yummy..and nice presentation..

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  9. wow !! this looks simply delicious..i have some leftover rajma ,i ges i can try with it instead of bean..thanx for sharing this recipe..
    www.sonu-palatecorner.blogspot.com

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  10. looks delicious...great recipe

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  11. Nayna,

    Buritto looks really yummy. Is letter ,N, is missing from the title

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  12. Burrito looks yummy...Greatly presented

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  13. nice combo of burritos n chips!

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  14. oh those burritos look delicious!

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  15. burrito looks gooood...nayna...everyome in our family loves this...great one!

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  16. Great idea dear...Looks delicious...

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  17. Haven't tasted this before, looks very delicious!

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  18. wooow,,dear.burritos looks perfect n makes me hungry dear...nice presentation...

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  19. I love bean burrito .. esp when such dishes are Indianised

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  20. The burritos look so tempting...awesome and superb clicks :)

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  21. Haven't had buritto for such a long while...and this looks so tempting.

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  22. Love burritos and this looks very tempting. Nice presentation too Nayna.
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    Padma

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  23. Bean burritos looks great, indianized version sounds wonderful.:)

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  24. Thanks for the wishes Nayna. Bean Burrito looks tempting, you want to send it to MLLA?

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  25. Hi Nayna,
    What a lovely dish with a nice presentation :-) Haven't tasted this before but looks tasty.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  26. I love burritos.....and I like you Indianised version of it.

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  27. Looks so tempting.love it.Nice presentation.

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  28. A fantastic recipe. I must give this a try tonight.

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  29. Can never get my burritos wrapped up so well!

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  30. Really want to give this recipe a try, am putting ingredients for the bean curry on my shopping list for next week and hopefully will get two yummy meals out of it! :D

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