Monday, February 2, 2015

Project: seafood wraps

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Yesterday Sunday’s lunch I’ve made these easy yet delicious seafood wraps or burritos (or..) and maybe you’ve seen them already at my Instagram!

Yeah, I’m still not so sure about the name for my yesterday lunch, is it a wrap, burrito or something else? One thing for sure: it’s not a taco.
I’ve told my papa that we are having Mexican food and my papa named my wraps: Mexican eggroll. Ha-ha creative name and it made me giggle, I like it!

Anyhow, we don’t often have Mexican food so it was a nice change for our Sunday lunch. Especially when seafood is involved full of fake crab meat ha-ha, because I really love this pink and white subsistence c:    
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Gisteren hadden we heerlijke burrito’s of wraps (of..) met zeevruchten gehad bij de lunch en misschien heb je ze al gezien op mijn Instagram!

De benaming voor de lunch van gisteren daar ben ik nog niet over uit, want is het nou een wrap of een burrito of iets anders? Eén ding is zeker: het is geen taco.
Maar de naam voor mijn opgerolde tortilla’s van papa steekt de kroon mee, want mijn papa noemde ze: een Mexicaanse loempia! Haha, dat deed mn lachspieren goed paps c:  

Hoe dan ook, wij eten niet zo heel vaak Mexicaans eten dus het was een leuke afwisseling voor onze zondagse lunch. Vooral als er vis op het menu staat met nep krab vlees. Daar kun je mij heel blij mee maken, want ik hou ontzettend veel van dit roze en witte substantie c:
"The Recipe:
Tortilla's, any desired seafood (me: fake crab meat, shrimps), peas (me: 1 cup), 1 large onion, 2 garlic gloves, salt, pepper, cayenne pepper, dill, cornstarch. olive oil, yogurt garlic sauce

These are garlic tortilla's by the way, which means extra yum and stinky breath. 

I was so full after having two wrapped up goods and maybe I should kept it with one but they were so yum!!
"The Steps:
  1. Dice the onion and garlic, season the shrimps with: salt, pepper and cornstarch and combine well. 
  2. Heat up a skillet on medium fire with olive oil and fruit the onion + salt for a few minutes. Add in the peas and fruit again!
  3. Then add the garlic and fake crab meats and stir fry. Lastly add in the marinated shrimps and stir fry! To make sauce: in bowl goes 2 tbsp. water + 1 tsp. cornstarch, pepper, salt and cayenne pepper and mix it. Then add the sauce into the stir fry. You'll notice the sauce will thicken up and turns gooey. 
  4. Add in dill and taste your filling. Add extra seasoning if you think you need to! 
  5. Microwave the tortilla according to package and once they are warmed up: spread a layer of yogurt garlic sauce on top. Then spoon a generous amount of filling and roll it up! Enjoy!
Good luck!

19 comments :

  1. This looks so good! It's been awhile since I've had any good seafood. Darn college dining halls :P Hmm, I think the name seafood wraps is pretty accurate :) -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey's

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  2. Yummy in my tummy! Looks delish :D I love seafood <3 <3 And what a funny dad, Mexican eggroll :') I literally LOL-ed XD I feel like this would be so good without the yoghurt sauce too. Seafood mixture looks really good ^___^ *drool*

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  3. yum, I've never seen wraps with seafood stuffed inside before! would love to try this, as I've been making more and more homecooked meals nowadays! :)

    Metallic Paws

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  4. Wow this food is looking so delicious !

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  5. This dish looks so good! You take beautiful pictures!
    I have never seen wraps with seafood inside like this! I would love to make this for my family!

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  6. This looks really yummy! I rarely eat wraps, I keep forgetting to buy them or ask my mom to buy them when she does groceries - because they are actually really delicious. You're such a great cook ^^

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  7. They look delicious!

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  8. Oh! It looks so yummy♡
    I want to eat!!
    And your photos are so beautiful.

    akiko

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  9. Yum! That looks really good! Sadly I passed up getting imitation crab meat last time I went to the groceries :( Btw, did you make the yogurt sauce yourself? It sounds really good!

    Steph
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  10. Yum, I've never heard of seafood wraps before but they look so good! I have a huge tub of garlic sauce in the fridge so I'll definitely be trying this some day :)

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  11. this actually looks really nice and easy to make! *adding this recipe to my to-do ones* (that list is infinite) but speaking of crab rolls, have you tried making this really yummy salad with them? the ingredients are mayo and sweet corn and the crab rolls of course, if you are into mayo you will looove it C:

    the pastel daisy

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  12. Oh whoa! Who would have thought to try something different with wraps? :)

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  13. Looks delicious! My stomach is grumbling, haha!

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  14. Simple and yummy!! I totally NEED to make salsa and some browned chilli beef for wraps!

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  15. omg! i'm crazy for wrap!! you know,whenever i went to subway..my order definitely will be wrap.i'm not sure why i love wrap so much but anything with wrap is my cup of tea.thanks for sharing girl. if i have a kitchen now, i will try your recipes.perhaps, i save this for my future use.

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  16. omg i wanna be friends with you irl!!
    (also just saw your sketches on portfolio page - so cute!)

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  17. I love tortillawraps! Leuke twist daarop :)

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  18. I've never thought of adding seafood to tortillas (that's the name we use here for the mexican wraps either wrapped or flat, we take the ingredient name I guess ;P), I've tried with chicken but yours is a great twist and it looks quite easy (which is someting I need for my recipes! :P). Thanks for the inspiration!

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