My husband and I love Mexican food, thus I decided to try and make some burritos. This recipe can be made with either chicken or beef, or scrap the meat to make a vegetarian version.
300 g minced beef/boneless chicken cubed
1 bottle of mild salsa (I used Tostitos)
1 can of red kidney beans
1 white onion, sliced
1 red chili, sliced
1 cup of lettuce, roughly sliced
1/2 cup grated cheddar/mozarella cheese
pinch of salt
1 cup cooked rice
1 avo, sliced
sour cream to serve
4 tortilla wraps
Fry the onion and red chili until the onion starts to brown. In a seperate pot, heat the salsa and kidney beans together. Once the onion starts to brown, add it to the salsa and cook while stirring for 5 – 10 minutes. While that is cooking, fry the mince and salt together in a little oil and add to the slasa mixture. Once the salsa is ready, serve the burrito’s by adding all the ingredients above. If it is just my husband and I, I like to serve up for both of us and I start with the rice, then the salsa, then the cheese, topped off with the lettuce. If we have guests, I prefer to place all the cooked ingredients in seperate bowls on the table to allow guests to help themselves. Leave the sour cream and avo on the side as some poeple might prefer to add their own. If you are expecting both meat eaters and vegetarians, serve the mince seperate from the salsa.