March 30, 2009

Tortilla Wraps w/ Chicken, Mushroom, Eggplant, Red Bell Pepper

I've been to my sister's and during my week of stay at her place, it's been a pure feast for our tummies. Upcoming posts will feature food we cooked from the visit!

It was my turn to be the cook, so I made my way towards market. I had no idea what I'd buy for dinner. I thought that I don't particularly want to make it a meat or vegetable dish. Feeling indecisive like this gave me the idea. I was going for a little bit of both. Upon noticing the tortilla wraps among breads, the plan was set. Here's the comfort food I came up with -and it's healthy as well : Tortilla wraps with chicken, mushroom, eggplant, red bell pepper and garlic.

I am featuring my step by step cooking photos edited with Poladroid software - which I've been very interested in using recently, for my photography in general. Mentioning this, I'd like to give credit to its maker here with a link back: http://www.poladroid.net By the way, there's a photography group in Flickr for appreciating "poladroid" photography. In case you'd like to see mine, click here please. - I should just add this note that polaroid photography is respected. We're just a bunch of people that feel grateful for creation of almost "polaroid" images were enabled to us.

Back to yummy food!

Beforehand:

- Two chicken breasts cut in cube-ish pieces.
- Mushrooms washed and thinly sliced ( I had the convenience of buying it readied to this)
- Three medium size eggplants and two red bell peppers broiled above oven flame - careful
- Corn and grated mozzarella ready to be used
- Three big garlic heads chopped/cut
- Spices ready to be used: Cayenne pepper, grounded black pepper, thyme
- Tortilla wraps ready on side

For the sauce:

- Yogurt, mayo and mustard mixed in 3:1:1 tablespoon ratio. (Sour cream would work better than yogurt I think. Any other sauce could be used by the way. Complete freedom here, even with ingredients themselves. Your gusto. )













Enjoy!

4 comments:

  1. I want to sit down with Sophie ma and enjoy them in company right now.

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  2. Thanks for stopping by & great to see that we enjoy similar food. Have a good day Ozge!

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  3. WOW (impressed look). Your eggplant dish looks so yummy.

    Here I bought a sauce pack for Sauce for Spicy Garlic Egg-plant so as to skip all the seasonings! and i will try this friday after work.
    http://yummiexpress.freetzi.com

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You could feedmeback! I still appreciate it even if it's too spicy. Spice is good.

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