Did you know that "Burrito" in Spanish means "Little donkey?" Crazy right and yet, an exceptionally persistent theory claims that the inventor of the burrito was a man named Juan Méndez, who sold tacos in the city of Ciudad Juárez during the Mexican Revolution, between 1910-1920. As per that story, Méndez rode around on a donkey and enclosed the food with huge flour tortillas to keep it warm. Anyway, it came to be called the "food of the donkey" and turned out to be exceptionally famous, earning the brilliant invention of the name "burrito." Don't be confused though Burrito is Mexican food the Spanish derivative was because Spanish is the principal language in that country.
Now that said, Burritos are by and large made of a flour tortilla, meat, possibly beans, as well as rice, cheese, and garnishes. Picking the least fatty and most nutrient-dense and preparing them without adding additional fat, ensuring that burritos can be a healthy part of any meal plan. Burritos are loaded up with a flavourful filling, frequently meat such as chicken, hamburger, or pork, and regularly incorporate an enormous exhibit of different fixings like rice, cooked beans, vegetables like lettuce and tomatoes, cheese, and toppings like salsa, pico de gallo, guacamole, or crema. A classic burrito from northern Mexico comes enveloped by a delicate and steaming flour tortilla. Flour tortillas can be made in several ways, from the classic recipe using just flour, salt, and water to the preservative-laden kind you get in most stores.
Ingredients for Chapati Cheese Burrito:
Milky Mist Cheese Spread - as per requirement
Readymade chapatis - 2-4
Boiled kidney beans - 1½ cup
Boiled rice - 2 cup
Sweet corn - ½ cup
Carrot strips - as per requirement
Shredded cabbage - as per requirement
Shredded purple cabbage - as per requirement
Mixed colour bell pepper strips - as per requirement
Tomato ketchup - 2 tbsp
Oil - 1 tbsp
Dried oregano leaves - ½ tsp