Mexican food is so wonderful and I love the fresh spicy mole sauces. Burritos are a great snack or lunch dish and are perfect for the whole family. I have put a little spin on this so you can use the ingredients you have at home to cook up a Tex-Mex storm in your kitchen.
With this recipe, I have used Indian flavours to make a classic Mexican burrito. The spiced minced lamb or keema filling includes beans, and this is complemented with a fresh zingy tomato salad to add crunch and freshness. Burritos are usually made with a warm wheat tortilla breads but using roti flour to make them is a great alternative, resulting in very similar breads. You can also mix and match lots of other ingredients such as cheese, avocado, chilli sauce and salad to make the burrito your own way.
|Typical values*||per Serving|
|of which saturates (g)||0.6|
|of which sugars (g)||6.9|