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  • I hope the next burrito attempt won't include an actual baby donkey.
  • bazbt3: Don't laugh! List of ingrediments:

    Tinned haricot beans, drained and fried to the edge of perfection,
    Melted mature Cheddar cheese,
    Chopped celery,
    Lime & chilli peanuts,
    Tomato ketchup,
    Chilli mayo,
    Garlic mayo,
    Inexpertly-folded soft tortilla wraps.

    No sprouts I'm afraid, I forgot to get 'em out of the freezer.


    WTF.... Errr....QUE?
  • blender61: Manchester? The world hub of all things Norteño


    Annnnnnd you're now one of 2 or 3 people I've favorited on here - just so I can keep reading that sentence and giggling now and again when your comments show up in the future.
  • Hmm - that's odd.  Why the heck doesn't the favorite user descrip. line like tildes?  Keeps kicking out the ñ in Norteño.  Can't imagine that's working as intended?
  • This is some bizarre performance art or a social experiment.

    Regardless, there's no excuse for these 'burritos' should they exist. They are an abomination.
  • cameroncrazy1984: Peanuts?


    Chilli & lime flavoured peanuts. I've tried eating them in their own and can't. What better way to use them up?

    /rhetorical
  • Bonzo_1116: Subby, perhaps you should start out with a beginner's burrito.  A Breakfast Burrito.

    These are delicious, and extremely simple to make....as well as being flexible in content.

    A good basic one would contain:
    ham or bacon (just crispy streaky bacon will work well in this)
    scrambled egg
    A lighter white cheese that melts well (NOT BRIE)
    chopped fresh tomatoes and onion (cilantro if you can get some)
    And a dash of your favorite hot sauce, in a mexican style if available to you.  Caribbean hot sauces will work OK here.

    Lightly brown the tortilla on a dry, flat pan...similar to what South Asian households use for toasting naans and what not.  Just warm enough to get it flexible and get a few toasting marks.

    Then layer in the filling with the eggs and bacon still hot to melt the cheese just a little bit.  Wrap as seen in your earlier youtube video and stuff your face.

    A great addition to these: panfried potatoes.


    Despite all the other mouth-wateringly delicious suggestions spanning 3 threads (trifecta perhaps nearing completion) that's my next burrito. (bows)

    /being steered towards a conventional approach
  • Dallymo: bazbt3: Don't laugh! List of ingrediments:

    Tinned haricot beans, drained and fried to the edge of perfection,
    Melted mature Cheddar cheese,
    Chopped celery,
    Lime & chilli peanuts,
    Tomato ketchup,
    Chilli mayo,
    Garlic mayo,
    Inexpertly-folded soft tortilla wraps.

    No sprouts I'm afraid, I forgot to get 'em out of the freezer.

    I...sprouts of what, and why are they in the freezer?  Although sure, why not?


    Brussels sprouts; too early in the season here for fresh, I think.
  • Tatertoot: I hope the next burrito attempt won't include an actual baby donkey.


    Burriñata?

    /not Googling it, I've been burnt before
  • Some Junkie Cosmonaut: Hmm - that's odd.  Why the heck doesn't the favorite user descrip. line like tildes?  Keeps kicking out the ñ in Norteño.  Can't imagine that's working as intended?


    /me too
    //red 4
  • bazbt3: Some Junkie Cosmonaut: Hmm - that's odd.  Why the heck doesn't the favorite user descrip. line like tildes?  Keeps kicking out the ñ in Norteño.  Can't imagine that's working as intended?

    /me too
    //red 4


    /replied to wrong post
    //distracted by thoughts of a breakfast burrito
  • bazbt3: Dallymo: bazbt3: Don't laugh! List of ingrediments:

    Tinned haricot beans, drained and fried to the edge of perfection,
    Melted mature Cheddar cheese,
    Chopped celery,
    Lime & chilli peanuts,
    Tomato ketchup,
    Chilli mayo,
    Garlic mayo,
    Inexpertly-folded soft tortilla wraps.

    No sprouts I'm afraid, I forgot to get 'em out of the freezer.

    I...sprouts of what, and why are they in the freezer?  Although sure, why not?

    Brussels sprouts; too early in the season here for fresh, I think.


    Ohhh, I was thinking bean sprouts? alfalfa sprouts? and how that would fare in the freezer. Not well, I imagine.
  • bazbt3: Tatertoot: I hope the next burrito attempt won't include an actual baby donkey.

    Burriñata?

    /not Googling it, I've been burnt before


    I know burrito means "little donkey"
    I bravely Googled burrinata, and it seems to be a cutesty word for a donkey shaped pinata.
  • Bonzo_1116: Subby, perhaps you should start out with a beginner's burrito.  A Breakfast Burrito.

    These are delicious, and extremely simple to make....as well as being flexible in content.

    A good basic one would contain:
    ham or bacon (just crispy streaky bacon will work well in this)
    scrambled egg
    A lighter white cheese that melts well (NOT BRIE)
    chopped fresh tomatoes and onion (cilantro if you can get some)
    And a dash of your favorite hot sauce, in a mexican style if available to you.  Caribbean hot sauces will work OK here.

    Lightly brown the tortilla on a dry, flat pan...similar to what South Asian households use for toasting naans and what not.  Just warm enough to get it flexible and get a few toasting marks.

    Then layer in the filling with the eggs and bacon still hot to melt the cheese just a little bit.  Wrap as seen in your earlier youtube video and stuff your face.

    A great addition to these: panfried potatoes.


    Just fyi:

    Cilantro = coriander leaves
  • bazbt3: Don't laugh! List of ingrediments:

    Tinned haricot beans, drained and fried to the edge of perfection,
    Melted mature Cheddar cheese,
    Chopped celery,
    Lime & chilli peanuts,
    Tomato ketchup,
    Chilli mayo,
    Garlic mayo,
    Inexpertly-folded soft tortilla wraps.

    No sprouts I'm afraid, I forgot to get 'em out of the freezer.


    I'm too busy horking to laugh.

    NO!
    THAT'S NOT A BURRITO, YOU VILE, SNAGGLETOOTH TWIT!
  • bazbt3: After all this (the thing above is quite tasty by the way) I've a question, one that anyone reading would likely dismiss as frivolous. Nope. Here goes:

    Is there a person, an organisation, anywhere, that purports to be a world authority on the burrito? I have the urge to register something quite odd.


    The abuelas around here would leave you in the desert for the coyotes and vultures.
  • Bonzo_1116: Subby, perhaps you should start out with a beginner's burrito.  A Breakfast Burrito.

    These are delicious, and extremely simple to make....as well as being flexible in content.

    A good basic one would contain:
    ham or bacon (just crispy streaky bacon will work well in this)
    scrambled egg
    A lighter white cheese that melts well (NOT BRIE)
    chopped fresh tomatoes and onion (cilantro if you can get some)
    And a dash of your favorite hot sauce, in a mexican style if available to you.  Caribbean hot sauces will work OK here.

    Lightly brown the tortilla on a dry, flat pan...similar to what South Asian households use for toasting naans and what not.  Just warm enough to get it flexible and get a few toasting marks.

    Then layer in the filling with the eggs and bacon still hot to melt the cheese just a little bit.  Wrap as seen in your earlier youtube video and stuff your face.

    A great addition to these: panfried potatoes.


    Thank goodness.

    Can you imagine what that bastard would slap together and call pico de gallo?
  • bazbt3: cameroncrazy1984: Peanuts?

    Chilli & lime flavoured peanuts. I've tried eating them in their own and can't. What better way to use them up?

    /rhetorical


    I suggest the rubbish heap.  The same goes for all the rest of your culinary abortions.
  • demaL-demaL-yeH: bazbt3: Don't laugh! List of ingrediments:

    Tinned haricot beans, drained and fried to the edge of perfection,
    Melted mature Cheddar cheese,
    Chopped celery,
    Lime & chilli peanuts,
    Tomato ketchup,
    Chilli mayo,
    Garlic mayo,
    Inexpertly-folded soft tortilla wraps.

    No sprouts I'm afraid, I forgot to get 'em out of the freezer.

    I'm too busy horking to laugh.

    NO!
    THAT'S NOT A BURRITO, YOU VILE, SNAGGLETOOTH TWIT!


    My wife is impressed with your response. Thanks. :)
  • bazbt3: Bonzo_1116: Subby, perhaps you should start out with a beginner's burrito.  A Breakfast Burrito.

    These are delicious, and extremely simple to make....as well as being flexible in content.

    A good basic one would contain:
    ham or bacon (just crispy streaky bacon will work well in this)
    scrambled egg
    A lighter white cheese that melts well (NOT BRIE)
    chopped fresh tomatoes and onion (cilantro if you can get some)
    And a dash of your favorite hot sauce, in a mexican style if available to you.  Caribbean hot sauces will work OK here.

    Lightly brown the tortilla on a dry, flat pan...similar to what South Asian households use for toasting naans and what not.  Just warm enough to get it flexible and get a few toasting marks.

    Then layer in the filling with the eggs and bacon still hot to melt the cheese just a little bit.  Wrap as seen in your earlier youtube video and stuff your face.

    A great addition to these: panfried potatoes.

    Despite all the other mouth-wateringly delicious suggestions spanning 3 threads (trifecta perhaps nearing completion) that's my next burrito. (bows)

    /being steered towards a conventional approach


    Not sure why you're fighting it so hard, it's good food.
  • Boe: Bonzo_1116: Subby, perhaps you should start out with a beginner's burrito.  A Breakfast Burrito.

    These are delicious, and extremely simple to make....as well as being flexible in content.

    A good basic one would contain:
    ham or bacon (just crispy streaky bacon will work well in this)
    scrambled egg
    A lighter white cheese that melts well (NOT BRIE)
    chopped fresh tomatoes and onion (cilantro if you can get some)
    And a dash of your favorite hot sauce, in a mexican style if available to you.  Caribbean hot sauces will work OK here.

    Lightly brown the tortilla on a dry, flat pan...similar to what South Asian households use for toasting naans and what not.  Just warm enough to get it flexible and get a few toasting marks.

    Then layer in the filling with the eggs and bacon still hot to melt the cheese just a little bit.  Wrap as seen in your earlier youtube video and stuff your face.

    A great addition to these: panfried potatoes.

    Just fyi:

    Cilantro = coriander leaves


    And a lot of people don't like it. Ask children to sample it before ruining an entire batch.
  • Unikitty: Boe: Bonzo_1116: Subby, perhaps you should start out with a beginner's burrito.  A Breakfast Burrito.

    These are delicious, and extremely simple to make....as well as being flexible in content.

    A good basic one would contain:
    ham or bacon (just crispy streaky bacon will work well in this)
    scrambled egg
    A lighter white cheese that melts well (NOT BRIE)
    chopped fresh tomatoes and onion (cilantro if you can get some)
    And a dash of your favorite hot sauce, in a mexican style if available to you.  Caribbean hot sauces will work OK here.

    Lightly brown the tortilla on a dry, flat pan...similar to what South Asian households use for toasting naans and what not.  Just warm enough to get it flexible and get a few toasting marks.

    Then layer in the filling with the eggs and bacon still hot to melt the cheese just a little bit.  Wrap as seen in your earlier youtube video and stuff your face.

    A great addition to these: panfried potatoes.

    Just fyi:

    Cilantro = coriander leaves

    And a lot of people don't like it. Ask children to sample it before ruining an entire batch.


    Yeah, a lot of ppl think it tastes like soap.  There's a whole genetic science behind it.  Nevertheless, it is a common ingredient in Mexican cooking (TexMex at least).
  • Boe: Unikitty: Boe: Bonzo_1116: Subby, perhaps you should start out with a beginner's burrito.  A Breakfast Burrito.

    These are delicious, and extremely simple to make....as well as being flexible in content.

    A good basic one would contain:
    ham or bacon (just crispy streaky bacon will work well in this)
    scrambled egg
    A lighter white cheese that melts well (NOT BRIE)
    chopped fresh tomatoes and onion (cilantro if you can get some)
    And a dash of your favorite hot sauce, in a mexican style if available to you.  Caribbean hot sauces will work OK here.

    Lightly brown the tortilla on a dry, flat pan...similar to what South Asian households use for toasting naans and what not.  Just warm enough to get it flexible and get a few toasting marks.

    Then layer in the filling with the eggs and bacon still hot to melt the cheese just a little bit.  Wrap as seen in your earlier youtube video and stuff your face.

    A great addition to these: panfried potatoes.

    Just fyi:

    Cilantro = coriander leaves

    And a lot of people don't like it. Ask children to sample it before ruining an entire batch.

    Yeah, a lot of ppl think it tastes like soap.  There's a whole genetic science behind it.  Nevertheless, it is a common ingredient in Mexican cooking (TexMex at least).


    I can't eat it and neither can my mother and my sister. My sister is allergic to hops, I think she's adopted. *snert*
  • Unikitty: bazbt3: Bonzo_1116: Subby, perhaps you should start out with a beginner's burrito.  A Breakfast Burrito.

    These are delicious, and extremely simple to make....as well as being flexible in content.

    A good basic one would contain:
    ham or bacon (just crispy streaky bacon will work well in this)
    scrambled egg
    A lighter white cheese that melts well (NOT BRIE)
    chopped fresh tomatoes and onion (cilantro if you can get some)
    And a dash of your favorite hot sauce, in a mexican style if available to you.  Caribbean hot sauces will work OK here.

    Lightly brown the tortilla on a dry, flat pan...similar to what South Asian households use for toasting naans and what not.  Just warm enough to get it flexible and get a few toasting marks.

    Then layer in the filling with the eggs and bacon still hot to melt the cheese just a little bit.  Wrap as seen in your earlier youtube video and stuff your face.

    A great addition to these: panfried potatoes.

    Despite all the other mouth-wateringly delicious suggestions spanning 3 threads (trifecta perhaps nearing completion) that's my next burrito. (bows)

    /being steered towards a conventional approach

    Not sure why you're fighting it so hard, it's good food.


    Hardly fighting it hard, just offering a fresh perspective, an utterly-ineffectual challenging of a well-established convention. Now I've had TexMex food while on vacation in CA, AZ, NM, TX, and cooked some myself (my wife's not a fan of spicy foods, I eat her jalapeños.) I've just never had a burrito, near-authentic or otherwise.

    What I *have* done is learned a lot here about the burrito, in a manner far more interesting than poring through cookbooks, Internet recipes and videos.

    And, do you know, it's nice to have one's choices vilified every once in a while. :)
  • bazbt3: Unikitty: bazbt3: Bonzo_1116: Subby, perhaps you should start out with a beginner's burrito.  A Breakfast Burrito.

    These are delicious, and extremely simple to make....as well as being flexible in content.

    A good basic one would contain:
    ham or bacon (just crispy streaky bacon will work well in this)
    scrambled egg
    A lighter white cheese that melts well (NOT BRIE)
    chopped fresh tomatoes and onion (cilantro if you can get some)
    And a dash of your favorite hot sauce, in a mexican style if available to you.  Caribbean hot sauces will work OK here.

    Lightly brown the tortilla on a dry, flat pan...similar to what South Asian households use for toasting naans and what not.  Just warm enough to get it flexible and get a few toasting marks.

    Then layer in the filling with the eggs and bacon still hot to melt the cheese just a little bit.  Wrap as seen in your earlier youtube video and stuff your face.

    A great addition to these: panfried potatoes.

    Despite all the other mouth-wateringly delicious suggestions spanning 3 threads (trifecta perhaps nearing completion) that's my next burrito. (bows)

    /being steered towards a conventional approach

    Not sure why you're fighting it so hard, it's good food.

    Hardly fighting it hard, just offering a fresh perspective, an utterly-ineffectual challenging of a well-established convention. Now I've had TexMex food while on vacation in CA, AZ, NM, TX, and cooked some myself (my wife's not a fan of spicy foods, I eat her jalapeños.) I've just never had a burrito, near-authentic or otherwise.

    What I *have* done is learned a lot here about the burrito, in a manner far more interesting than poring through cookbooks, Internet recipes and videos.

    And, do you know, it's nice to have one's choices vilified every once in a while. :)


    Ah, I get it now. :)

    Burritos and quesadillas keep me alive. I looove the spices used, except for cilantro. If you use pickled jalapenos they aren't as spicy. I've found as I get older I crave really spicy foods, whereas I avoided anything spicy in my 20's. It was definitely a process of "leveling up".
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