Real Food Bloggers Recipes 1: Jenny’s Cowboy Wraps

9 May

I love reading food blogs.
Proper ones.
Not like this one.
Blogs written by folk that can cook, folk that lovingly create dishes in their kitchens and then lovingly recreate them on the page for us to read and coo over.
They make me think that things could get better…

Sometimes I try out their recipes so that maybe once I could leave a salient comment on their blog to say – wow, that one worked for me.

It hasn’t happened yet but I am going to continue and regularly try out my fellow bloggers creations.

First up – what better place to start than with someone from my own BlogRoll? One of my favourites: Jenny Eatwell’s Rhubarb & Ginger!

Now Jenny does fine and fancy, but I like Jenny best when she does homely and easy. I noticed she posted something recently that was right up my street involving pork, paprika and beans. Cowboy food baby!

Smoky Pork & Bean Wraps. I bought all of the ingredients she listed – including the recommended BBQ sauce and expensive smoked paprika so I too could recreate that ‘camp fire feel’ at home.

It is a relatively simple recipe so I think it does all come down to the ingredients here? First you fry off the pork and then make a flavour mix of the onions, spices and sauce, before combining the two. Water

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and passata is added and then it’s all simmered before spooning into corn wraps. Easy!

Saddle up chaps… Here I go:
My flavour mix (looking a bit dry) and my fried off pork (looking a bit grey).
Look I did buy the right sauce!

OK – that’s too much sauce.

I’m not going to wrap them because as you know, I can’t do that.
But they make good rolls

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And they tasted great! I think they were a little bit dry, If you see the mixture on Jenny’s page it has a much more salsa like texture. I think I cooked a bit too long? And I’ll be honest the sauce was a bit lively but hey, cowboys like a kick right?

Thanks Jenny – that was rootin’, tootin’.



3 Responses to “Real Food Bloggers Recipes 1: Jenny’s Cowboy Wraps”

  1. Claire 09/05/2012 at 12:24 pm #

    I love Jenny’s recipes too!

  2. Jenny Eatwell 09/05/2012 at 2:41 pm #

    Oh Alice! I am here doing a silly dance of happiness that one of my recipes scored for you. 🙂 At least you know what you can do to make them perfect, if you cook them again in future – although they look pretty darned good to me! That Reggae Reggae sauce is a bit frisky, but then eating something frisky is good for us in that it encourages the production of endorphins – which help to make us happy! Can’t argue with that. 😀

    • Alice Can't Cook 14/05/2012 at 2:41 pm #

      Frisky is the right word for it!

      Hooray for your dance and hooray for my wraps…
      Thanks for reading xxx

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