Thursday, February 21, 2013

Grilled 7 layer Burrito

In my house, we prefer Mexican food over Italian. Because first of all you can make it spicy and it is less heavy then Italian food. You can control the cheese portion. That's why once a week is a Mexican fiesta in my house at dinner time. This week I make two dishes for one night because it has the same ingredients and same prep work but you can enjoy both dishes. For same stuffing, I made burrito and Taco too. Only in Taco, you don't have to put rice in it. 7 layer means it contains seven things inside. First Mexican rice, beans, lettuce,  tomato, guacamole, sour cream, Cheese  In Taco Bell they don't put onion but I like the crunch in it so I always added that.

Ingredients:
For Refried Beans:

1 can refried beans
1 tsp taco seasoning
2 cloves chopped garlic
1 seedless Jalapeno chopped
few drops of Tabasco
1 tsp oil

Method:
In a Small pan, add oil.
Add garlic and jalapenos and saute till u get a nice aroma, for a minute or so.
Add refried beans, seasoning and little water to lose the mixture.
Stir it nicely and cover it and cook for 5 minutes on slow flame.

Once done, add Tabasco and stir it and keep it aside.


Ingredients for Mexican Rice:
2 cups cooked rice( I use brown rice but you can white)
1 onion chopped
2 cloves garlic chopped
1 seedless jalapeno chopped
1 small capsicum chopped
1 carrot chopped
1 tsp taco seasoning
salt to taste
few strings of cilantro chopped
1 tsp oil

Method:
In a medium pan, heat oil.
Add garlic and jalapenos and cook for a minute.
Add vegetables and cook for 2 minutes.
Add rice, seasoning, salt and mix it and cook for 2-3 minutes.
When done add cilantro and keep it aside.

Ingredients for Burritos:
4 Whole wheat burrito style tortillas
1/4 cup cheddar cheese
1 red onion chopped
1 red tomato chopped
few lettuces leaves chopped
Guacamole
Sour cream
Tabasco sauce as per your need

Assemble : 
Take one tortilla, spread bean mixture first, then rice, then onion, tomato, lettuce, guacamole, cheese, sour cream and fold it. You can eat it as it is or heat at griddle and grilled on both sides and serve it.

Seven layer burrito

Same way you can make Taco too. But in that, you don't need to put rice. Just Beans, onion, tomato, sour cream, lettuce, guacamole, cheese.

Taco
Enjoy Mexican Fiesta at your dining table. Serve it with some soda or beer or margarita. Anything you prefer.
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37 comments:

  1. I love Mexican food. Taco looks interesting.

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  2. Looks absolutely delicious... Appreciate your effort da....

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  3. Looks so delicious. would love a bite

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  4. yummy and nice layering. good job.

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  5. huunnm yummy,,,i like Mexican food , burrito looks delicious....

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  6. yummmy mexican food combo's :) looks delicious dear

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  7. Wow this looks yum. I was wondering wher the layers come in picture. Thanksfor the explanation. And of course thanks for linking it to the event.

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  8. That rice looks mouthwatering. Mexican flavors rock

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  9. you have a great collection of mexican recipes,Thank u dear for linking..Yummy one,indeed..have bookmarked to try!!

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  10. We love burritos too. Love the addition of Mexican rice to the burrito.

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  11. wow.almost every recipe of u is new 2 me... and dis is just inviting.

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  12. Awesome recipe thanks for linking this recipe with my event.. for winning feb's month surprise giveaway.... collect more likes on your recipe check facebook link http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.375151772582219.81032.184432024987529#

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  13. I can never say no to mexican food, and if it is served with guacamole will lap it up at once. very inviting one !

    Sukanya

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  14. hehe .thanks for the comment ...on my blog...loved ur blog description....so who was the famous blogger :) !!! let's keep in touch....
    sanjivni
    www.exptsinthekitchen.com

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  15. btw can you tell me what are all these stickers under your post?? have u submitted the recipe to so many events..? how do i participate in the events...?

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    1. yes these are the events going on different blogs which has link under the pictures. click on those links and you will see what they want. i added u on my circle , my name is Linsy Patel. so we can chat more ther.

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  16. That is a lavish burritto. Just yummy! Thanks for linking it to the event.

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  18. Burrito looks delicious! Awesome snaps!

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  20. Yummy, Thanks for linking this recipe
    Expecting more recipes from you

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  21. love this filling and delicious burrito!!! so healthy and so nutrituous!!! Thanks for linking it to my event!! Looking for more yummy recipes!!
    Sowmya
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  22. this is a great idea...looks delicious!
    Thanks a lot for sharing...

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  23. This looks beautiful! I have never had mexican food but I sure do want to.

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  24. Real nice recipe Linsy. Thanks for sharing.

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  25. Just one word....yummm! We prefer Mexican over Italian as well!

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