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Tortillas or enchiladas?

Discussion in 'Food' started by JDP1, 7th Jun, 2016.

  1. JDP1

    JDP1 Well-Known Member

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    Which is easier to cook?
     
  2. neK

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    Why not both? :p
     
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  3. geoffw

    geoffw Moderator Staff Member

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    Tortillas are just the flat corn things. Enchiladas are made with tortillas, filling and a topping. I just had some tonight.

    Do you mean tacos? They are filled tortillas.
     
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    Or burritos? :p
     
  5. Bayview

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    I find both of these really easy to buy. :p
     
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  6. Mumbai

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    Burrito with wholemeal lebanese bread :)
    Well it technically becomes a wrap though!
     
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    go the tex-mex breakfast burrito :)
     
  8. sanj

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    Haha i think a bit of @geoffw just died inside, would be like someone making a pav bhaji with crusty sourdough
     
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    whats wrong with pav bhaji with crusty sourdough ;)
     
  10. ashish1137

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    Chapati (roti) is the best. :D:p
     
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    JDP1 Well-Known Member

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    Lol...i asked a simple question...and not one applicable answer to date...
    By the way, the answer is a pav bajji burrito. Try it sometime. ..
     
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    Geoff answered your question clearly.

    There is no such thing as cooking a tortilla, it is not a dish. Unless you're referring to making a corn tortilla from scratxh with masa or a flour one and then cooking it. Either way all you have is a flat piece of tortilla and no meal.

    If youre referring to tacos, which are made with tortillas then its probably technically easier/quicker to make since there sre less steps. eg make filling, prepare salsas/condiments (eg pico de gallo which is pretty easy to make) and then warm tortilla, fill and eat.

    Enchilada is pretty easy too, just involves an extra step.

    Short version - @geoffw answered your question already. Btw he happens to have a mexican wife and owned a mexican food stall for many years so is probably qualified to answer.
     
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  13. Mumbai

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    Try answering this one:
    Brick or wall?
    which one is easier to make?
     
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    I'd say a wall. :p
    Have solid reasons to support that.:D
     
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    Whats easier to make? Plain pasta or a carbonara?

    Boiled rice or a fried rice? Answer me dammiit! :D
     
  16. JDP1

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    Fried rice. Easier than anything else...
     
  17. sanj

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    You realise you have to boil rice firdt dont you? Thats essentially your tortilla vs enchilada question
     
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  18. JDP1

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    Yup..:)
     
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    hai rabba tsk tsk tsk. i told you this would happen if you left india beta.
     

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  20. geoffw

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    Flour and corn tortillas. Four tortillas are used more in the north of Mexico; it would be hard to find anything but corn tortillas as far south as Mexico City.
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    Soft corn tacos. (Note- Mexican tacos are made with soft tortillas, not the crispy ones available in Australia. Soft tortillas though may be deep fried to make tostadas)
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    Enchiladas
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