A most refreshing low-cal burrito. BF found this on an Australian website, and he changed it a bit and stuffed it into a tortilla. Not a burrito you want to eat with your hands, but really, really good. We used the low-fat substitutions. The filling alone makes a terrific side dish.
Posted for Zaar World Tour 2005. Made this last night for dinner and was extremely pleased with the results. Very low fat, but I doubt anyone will notice. Herbs and sweet vegetables were wonderful. I used thyme instead of tarragon as I didn't have any tarragon on hand. Very easy to make. Sprinkle with freshly grated parmesan, if desired. From a website featuring Australian recipes. It called for 20 cloves of garlic, but I figured that was a typo.
Updated after so-so reviews:D Posted for Zaar World Tour 2005. From an Australian recipe website. Prep time does not include cook time for rice. Although I've stipulated imitation bacon bits, you are welcome to use real bacon if you'd prefer. Update: I finally tweaked this to a satisfactory end, so if you'd still like to try this I recommend it. I reduced the soy sauce and allspice, and upped the mayonnaise a bit. I really don't like salads too big on mayonnaise, but I still thought this could do with a bit more. I also agreed that the allspice and onions were tasty together, and the vegetables added a pleasing sweetness. I think water chestnuts instead of the bacon bits would be nice too. Thanks if you try this again!
Posted for Zaar World Tour 2005. An easy Australian snack that can be served anytime, but is usually part of morning or afternoon tea. It would also work well for breakfast or lunch or a casual party appetizer (like a football game). I've substituted veggie bacon and low-fat cheddar for regular but you can use regular if you prefer. It has an interesting ingredient, relish, that gave it a unique taste. Found it on the internet at an Australian recipe site. No. of servings assume 2 slices of bread per person.
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