My friends and I used to make this for every barbeque when I was growing up. It is an adaptation of a recipe my girlfriend's dad saw on TV. Although I have no idea what that original recipe was, this one tastes soooooooooo good with barbequed anything! It is broccoli so it tastes like broccoli. If you're expecting something else then this recipe won't please you :)
I made these before a busy week and discovered that they are a covenient, healthy and savory quick meal that's great for travel or a short lunch. I'm not a vegan, but I use vegan cheese because it's much quicker to grate, tastes good and melts instantly. Baking the burritos allows the tortillas to create a crispy seal around the contents so nothing falls out.
An Indianised way to cook cabbage, and our favorite preparation of the vegetable. If you have a grinder, take the trouble to roast and grind the coriander seeds - the freshly roasted flavor is worth the effort.
I had some vegetables to use up the other night and didn't want rice, pasta or potatoes again so I came up with these. I served them with a side salad and some natural low fat yoghurt (trying to stay off the sour cream). I hope you'll enjoy them as much as we did. You can just use bell pepper, but going to the extra trouble of roasting it first is really worth it, it adds a lovely sweetness to the dish (you can pop them under a hot grill while the first ingredients are simmering). If you like it spicy just add some chopped jalapeños, chili powder or red pepper flakes.
This is mostly served as a side dish with pot roast and gravy, I have even made this for Sunday brunch and served it with eggs! --- to save time the potatos may be grated and kept refrigerated covered completely in cold water for up to 3 days ---I like to also add in some cayenne pepper for a little heat --- for a lighter fluffier textured kugel add in another egg with 1 teaspoon baking powder --- for Passover subsitute matzo meal for the flour.