I wanted to make a Tortilla wrap, and after reading a lot of recipes I decided to do a variation on the theme. I would use sausage meat as the main ingredient, and I wouldn't fry everything first. It turned out really well.
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My version of Tortillas
half a pound of sausage meat,
half an avocado,
half a red onion,
olive oil, salt and pepper,
soft corn Tortillas from the supermarket
Video at the bottom on How to make your own
I tried a new way of making them, for me. I thought, 'why fry everything together when you don't need to?'
I made some pork sausage meat, chopped it up and put it in a bowl with half an avocado,chopped, half a diced onion, salt and pepper, and a splash of olive oil. Mixed them all together.
I put a large tablespoon of this mix in a tortilla wrap then grated some cheddar cheese over it and folded up the sides, then rolled it up from the bottom. I made three of these and put them in an oven tray with the seam down and drizzled some more olive oil over them. Pre-heated the oven to gas mark 5, 190C.
I Covered the tortillas with aluminium foil and put them in the top of the oven. After 20 minutes they were nice and hot right through, so I took the foil off and left them for another ten minutes. I just caught them at the right time because another five minutes and they would have been nearly burnt. As it was they were just starting to go a deep brown at the ends.
I grated some more cheese over them and melted it under the grill for five minutes.
I served them with an egg salad. They were really good!
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