October 12, 2008

Ari Burritos


These, as you might guess, come from Ari. We ate them just yesterday on a beautiful fall day hike overlooking Lake Morey in Fairlee. They're a great hike lunch, and a really good, easy dinner.

for 4 burritos:

4 large tortillas or wraps
1 C uncooked basmati rice
1 avocado, sliced
cheddar cheese, grated
green tomatillo salsa
black pepper

Cook rice. Place about 1/4 of the rice on center of each tortilla (you may have a bit of rice left over, depending on how big the tortillas are). Next add grated cheese, then avocado slices, then a generous dollop of green salsa, then ground black pepper to each. Tuck in ends first, then roll up each one. Enjoy! (For a hike, we wrap each one in foil, then they are easy to eat by unrolling the foil a bit at a time.)


  1. Hey. Since getting the heads-up on the blog from the Commentators a few days back, I'm adding you to my RSS feed.

    The only food related note I can add is that my new fondue pot came yesterday - I'd ordered it, like, a month ago. Silly postal service (DHL, actually. But I think it got held up in customs...).

    Hi guys.

    Look forward to getting recipe suggestions from y'all.

  2. Hi...Ari?

    Ooh, yum, fondue. Makes me think, we haven't had that in some time. Getting to be good weather for it, though. Let us know if you make anything delicious.

    Thanks for saying hi. :)


  3. Even more delicious with the addition of one more green ingredient-- caramelized green peppers-- and by using brown basmati rice instead of white, seasoned while cooking with butter and salt.