I think I mentioned that most of the stuff I cook is improvised. Both because it's fun and I like it, but also because I'm pretty horrible at following instructions.
So this post is for me, more than it is for you, because I need to remember how I made these delicious little suckers I ate for dinner tonight, so i can make them again some other time!
They take no time, because I have very little patience, and they taste so good.
And you can make them with pretty much anything, as long as you have the tortillas, so it's the perfect "use-the-stuff-in-the-fridge-before-it-goes-bad" food.*
They're surprisingly filling too; me and Allan ate one and a half each, but we could have probably stopped at one.
In order of appearances:
-Organic multigrain tortilla (mine are from Santa Maria, i think)
-Smoked tofu in thin slices, marinated with olive oil and fresh thyme for a little while before cooking
-Vegan sausages (or whatever kind of sausages, or no sausages at all))
-Thinly sliced cabbage
-Blanched and chopped sugar snaps
Put in the oven for about 15 minutes on 200c, preferably on a grill setting if yours have that.
Careful they don't get burnt, they easily can cause the tortilla is already dry and thin.
I drizzled it with a bit of olive oil and seasoned with salt and pepper, and some fresh parsley.
Anyway, that's it for me tonight, i've been working on a new website all friggin day, cause i kinda hate the old one, so i think i need to step away from the computer.
Watching a movie is better that sitting in front of a computer, right?
(... just say yes... )
Crappy phone picture, but you get the idea... this would be good with fresh avocados and cherry tomato too...