This is the first blog post on Victoryforu Fashion in 2018!
I know I have been slacking a bit but I have a good reason. I have been working on some crazy content for you all and here’s the first that I am happy to bring to you all… I cooked and filmed it and here’s the recipe for how to create the same.
- 8 Chicken Breasts
- Lean Minced Beef
- 12 Tortilla wraps
- All Purpose Seasoning
- Mixed peppers
- Garlic Olive Oil
- Smoked Tabasco
- Old El Paso – Smoky BBQ seasoning
- 6 Salad Tomatoes
- (Optional) Salsa, sour cream, guacamole and cheese
- Salt and Pepper to taste
- Thickening agent or gravy granules
- Prepare all of the vegetables and meat. Make sure they are all cleaned and chopped to your liking.
For the Mince
- Dice the onions and sweat them in a small amount of the garlic olive oil.
- Once sweated, add the mince to the pot and brown.
- During the browning process, add salt and pepper to taste, the Smoky BBQ seasoning and smoked tabasco. Add more or less to get it to the perfect heat for you.
- Once the mince is cooked through, add a thickening agent or gravy granules to thicken the consistency that will be perfect to go into a wrap.
For the Chicken
- Cut the chicken into inch thick strips (Doesn’t have to be accurate) and season with salt, pepper, all-purpose seasoning, smoky BBQ seasoning. This will taste better once it has been left for an hour in the fridge or (if you have the time) overnight.
- Using vegetable oil, prepare the pan for shallow frying.
- Season your flour with salt, pepper, all-purpose and smoky bbq seasoning.
- Whisk the eggs and milk together
- Test a small piece of chicken for flavour once the oil is hot. Dip it in the egg mixture, then the flour and then into the oil.
- Once you have tasted it and it is to your liking, continue the process for the rest of the chicken. After they are golden brown, place the strips on a wire rack and place into the oven on a low heat to finish the cooking process for about 20 mins.
For The Spinach and Mushroom mixture
- Make sure they are both clean and chop the mushrooms into quarters.
- With a little bit of garlic oil, sauté the mushrooms.
- Add salt, pepper, smoked tabasco and the smoky BBQ seasoning to taste. You could add chillies for an extra kick.
- Once the mushrooms are almost cooked, wilt the spinach but make sure it doesn’t become soggy.
For the mixed peppers
- Chop your peppers into strips and begin to sweat them in the pan with onions.
- Add salt, pepper and smoked tabasco taste.
- Turn down the heat so everything will soften and the flavours will come together.
Because I am literally useless at wrapping tortillas, Here’s a video to help you assemble the perfect one:
Whip up a nice salad, add the condiments you want and then you’ll have the perfect Mexican feast for your friends and family.
I hope you have enjoyed this. Make sure you check out the video I filmed with my friends making this.