As I once said before: It's not about skipping, it's about replacing. I want some Burritos and I made it happen.
For this recipe you will need:
- Red Bellpepper
- Cherry Tomatos (not in the picture)
For the Sauce:
- Greek Joghurt
Before starting the rest, boil a liter of water. This will be used to soften the Savoy later on. Cut the onions into little pieces.
Sweat them, add the Quinoa and add the boiling water.
You can either add the (frozen) prawns directly into the pot or, as I did, put a bamboo steamer on the Quinoa.
While that is boiling away separate some huge Savoy leafes.
Cut off as much of the stems as possible so it won't be tough to chew later on.
I put the leaves into a bowl and poached them in boiling water. Especially the tough, lower part. Believe me: I once skipped this step. The Burritos weren't so pleasurable to eat.
After the savoy leaves are soft to your liking, dry them and set aside.
Now it's time to cut up allll of your vegetables. After finishing that job, take a bit of your joghurt and mix it with a tea spoon of Tahin. So good!
By the time you're done with everything both the prawns and the Quinoa should be done as well.
Let's get ready to rumble!
Savoy Wrap ...
Cherry Tomatoes ...
Tahin Sauce ....
Now wrap it up like a Burrito, turn around .....
Cut open and enjoy!
I love eating this! It's so filling and you can put anything you want in there!
I hope you like this recipe! What would you fill your Savoy Burrito with?
If you're using Weight Watchers, one of these Wraps should have around 4 to 5 ProPoints.
Take care and be sexy,