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Vegetable Burritos and a Box of Delights

Uncategorized | December 12, 2014 | By

These Vegetable Burritos are easy to make and make a great for all the family, they are packed with vegetables and helped along with a ‘shot’ of spices which I’ll tell you about in a moment, but first…

Let me tell you about the Degustabox I received which inspired the Vegetable Burritos.  Degustabox is a monthly subscription food box which costs £12.99 a month including delivery.  Each month there is a new box of delights for you to try, with between 9 and 12 products for you to try, great for a bit of inspiration.  Degustabox make sure that you will pay less for these products than you would in the shops.  A subscription to a monthly Degustabox would make a great present, it would be like Christmas every month!

  • My box contained Kettle Chips in Salsa and Mesquite flavour a combination of tomatoes, chillies and peppers and the aroma of barbecues. £2.19
  • The small cans contain Cool Dawn Recovery drink a herbal detox drink that helps to prevent and cure hangovers.  It presents a complex an unique combination of citrus and liquorice flavours and does not contain stimulants. Very handy to have around after your Christmas parties. £1.49 each
  • Five little Lindor My Melting Moments, well you can’t go wrong with chocolate and the snowflake shaped Lindor My Melting Moment melts in your mouth. £0.65 each
  • Kent’s Kitchen flavour shots are a a quick and easy way to jazz up diced meat or prawns, or in my case vegetables for the burritos.  £1.85 for pack of four shots
  • We all know Branston Pickle but now there is a new chutney from Branston, Mediterranean Tomato which goes well with smoky meats, cheddar and biscuits.  We love chutney and this one is chopped nice and small so perfect for sandwiches.  £1.50
  • Pip Organic produce pure organic juices and smoothies. The Pip Organic Cloudy Apple Juice tasted good, but not outstanding and I felt it was expensive at £1.50 for a small bottle. 
  • More apples, but this time fermented into cider. Montano is Italian Cider made from apples grown in the foothills of Trentino region of Northern Italy, it’s refreshing and medium dry, a good price at £2.79.
  • For that work night when you need good food in a hurry, the sachets of Holy Cow authentic Indian Curry Sauce are ideal.  They are made from all natural ingredients with no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.  And a bonus that they are gluten free and suitable for vegetarians and coeliacs, just add your own ingredients to the sauce and serve with rice, naan bread or chapattis £1.89 each 

There was also  a Sample Present of a sachet of Drink Me Chai, a blend of exotic spices milk and sweetened tea, just add water or milk.  I haven’t tried this as I don’t like sweetened or milky tea, but it may be popped in someones Christmas stocking!

Vegetable Burritos
serves 4

1 tbsp sunflower oil
1 large onion, sliced
1 green pepper, sliced into strips
1/2 red pepper, sliced into strips
1/2 yellow pepper, sliced into strips
2 courgettes, cut into batons
100g sliced mushrooms
2 Kent’s Kitchen Fajita Flavour Shots
400g can kidney beans
8 flour tortillas
100g cheese, grated

for the Tomato Sauce
1 tbsp sunflower oil
3 cloves of garlic, sliced
400g can tomatoes, crushed
salt and freshly ground black pepper

1. Heat the oil in a large pan and add the onion, cook on a low heat for about 5 minutes until it starts to become translucent. Add the peppers and courgette batons and stir round, cook for a couple of minutes then add the mushrooms and the Fajita Flavour Shots.
2. Cook until the mushrooms soften, then add the kidney beans.
3. While the vegetables are cooking, heat the oil in a separate pan and gently cook the sliced garlic, then add the crushed tomatoes, cook on a medium heat for about 10 minutes until slightly reduced and the flavours have combined.
4. Fill each tortilla with the spiced vegetable mixture, roll and place in a large ovenproof dish. Once all eight tortillas have been filled, if there is any vegetable mix left pile it on top of the tortillas, then cover with the tomato sauce and sprinkle with grated cheese.
5. Bake in the oven at 180C for 20-30 minutes until the cheese is bubbling and golden.

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I was not paid for this review and all opinions are my own. 

Comments

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    Karen S Booth
    December 13, 2014

    That is a fabulous recipe Janice and just the sort of food we love! Also, I am impressed with the box too – it's a little bit different to the usual boxes you can receive. Bookmarked to make next time we are in a spicy mood! Karen

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      JaniceFGK100
      December 13, 2014

      Thank you, it was tasty. I guess you can throw in pretty much any vegetables you have, although the peppers make it feel a bit more authentic.

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    Emma Julia
    December 13, 2014

    Such a fabulous variety in this box (ps my office is going to need a whole box just of the Cool Dawn Recovery drinks… *puts coat on*

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    Heidi Roberts
    December 14, 2014

    These look delicious, we love burritos and often have them meat-free! Great surprise box too!

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    fiona maclean
    December 14, 2014

    I quite like the Degustabox concept – glad they are still going. Sensible 'new but accessible' stuff in a discount box!

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    Alison
    December 15, 2014

    oooh those look nice, I may have to try a something similar with my kent't kitchen shots

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    Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking
    December 16, 2014

    This is my kind of meal! I very seldom eat meat actually just some fish about once a week so this burrito looks so delicious to me. I think I will be making this for us real soon!

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