8 July 2008

Chinese rolls to Mexican style (Rollos Primavera al estilo mexicano)




This is yummy but curious recipe, when I discover a few years ago I begin to make always because is a really mix China/mexican food, so delicious.


You may prepare how a appetizers or a simple dinner night.





Ingredients



1 cup of oil unsaborized

300 grs.of grind beef meat

1 teaspoon of ginger powder

2 green onions chopped

1/2 red pepper in slices

1 carrot (grated)

4 spoonfuls of soy sauce

salt and pepper

chili powder (optative)

2 spoonfuls of corn meal

dissolved in cold water

8 to 10 mexican tortillas (burritos type)

300 grs. of sprouts soy

salt and pepper


Method
Ina a Wok or Frying pan heat 1/4 cup of oil to medium fire and fry the meat with the ginger powder by 6 minutes or more.
Add the green onions,red pepper, and the grated carrot.Cook by two minutes mixing well. Add the soy sauce and chili powder, Salt and pepper.
Add the corn meal dissolved in cold water, mix well.
Finally add the sprouts soy and cook by 30 to 40 seg. Let chill for a while.

To prepare the tortillas heat at microwaves by 1 or 2 minutes to soft them to roll.
Extend each tortilla and full with two spoonfuls of the mix and roll with care , moist the border to stick the ends of the roll.

Fry in hot oil to golden them and when are ready place over a towel paper.
Serve hot.
I add soy sauce to eat, some childs add keptchup, you know how is.

EN ESPAÑOL

Rollos primavera a la mexicana(rollos chinos)

Esta es una receta muy rica pero curiosa porque es una mezcla de chino/mexicano, desde que descubrì esta receta hace algunos años me encantò porque es muy rica y los rollos quedan deliciosos.

Ingredientes

1 taza de aceite sin sabor
300 grs. de carne de vacuno molida
1 cucharadita de jengibre en polvo
2 cebollines picados
1/2 pimentòn rojo cortado en tiras
1 zanahoria rallada
4 cucharadas de salsa de soya
chile en polvo (optativo)
2 cucharadas de maicena o harina de maiz disuelta en agua frìa.
300 grs. de brotes de soya
sal y pimienta
8 a 1o tortillas (tipo para burritos)

Mètodo

En un wok o sartèn calentar 1/4 taza de aceite a fuego medio y dorar la carne con jengibre. Añadir el pimentòn en tiras, el cebollìn picado, la zanahoria rallada y mezclar bien. Agregar la salsa de soya, el chile, sal y pimienta.
Agregar la maicena disuelta en agua frìa que es para ligar la mezcla.

Al final agregar los brotes de soya, cocinar por unos 30 o 40 seg.. Retirar elwok y dejar enfriar.

Para preparar las tortillas, calentar en el microondas por 1 a 2 minutos para que queden màs suaves para enrollarlas. Extender cada tortilla en una superficie lisa y colocar en el borde dos cucharadas de relleno y enrollar, mojar con agua los bordes de la tortilla, para que queden sellados los extremos apretando con los dedos. Freir en aceite bien caliente hasta dorar.

Colocar sobre toalla de papel antes de servir.

Servir calientes.

Yo les agrego salsa de soya a los mìos, los niños les colocan a veces keptchup(suspiro).

30 comments:

  1. Que buenos estan , me encanta la cocina de fusion
    Besos

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  2. Gracias Sylvia, en este mundo tan globalizado pienso que tendremos mucha de este tipo. besos, Gloria

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  3. Thanks for another good recipe and fun idea. Have a good day, Gloria.

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  4. hi gloria
    a nice innocvation of mixing the methods of chinese and mexican styles..it must have come out very well !

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  5. hello my dear gloria, i will surely love this roll for it is both mexican and chinese :-) thanks for sharing the recipe ..i can eat ten pieces all for myself hehehe

    kisses

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  6. Dear Grammy is funny really and yummy!!!! kisses! Gloria

    Anamika, try this for your childs I think they will love them! xxxGloria

    Deare Dhanggit Im sure you will enjoy!!! and hubby too! but sis your so thin, you may eat all!!!(Im envious) besos, Gloria
    (I forget to say Mom say I have a picture how yours I will show you later) xxx Gloria

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  7. Gloria, you are very diverse in tastes and cooking talents...bravo!

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  8. Querida Gloria, en estos días ando un poco incomunicada, pero no dejo de leer los blogs. De nuestros amigos. Descubrí el de Begoña (o Begonia?), "El mantel de cuadros" y me parece que es genial cuando una anda un poco bajoneada, especialmente el post de los tacos altos.
    Tu receta de hoy, se la voy a pasar a mi cuñada Pato, que ella es la experimentadora de la familia y seguro que le va a encantar esta idea de engañar a los chicos con "empanaditas chinas", que por aquí son tan caras y siempre que nos reunimos nos piden.
    Un beso enorme, espero que estés bien, y que me cuentes qué tal tu "martes de Santiago".

    Alicia A.

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  9. Peter you are so nice, but YOU are wonderful at cook I only try to make the best, xxxxGloria

    Alicia estaba por escribirte te habìa echado de menos de verdad!!! gracias por venir, estos rollos chinos te aseguro que le fascinan a los niños las veces que los he hecho se los pelean literlamente y no son dfìciles, yo nunca compro comida china (tambièn està cara acà) pero me encanta, a veces mi hermano compra y le manda a los niños, pero estos rollos te dirè que el relleno casi es mejor que otros que he probado! xxGloria

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  10. What an intriguing recipe, a combination of Chinese and Mexican. I'm always on the lookout for these types of dishes, how Chinese food gets translated in different culinary idioms. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Thanks to you vancouver IIjs, rhanks to passing by! xxGloria

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  12. Hi Gloria! I have been very busy lately but wanted to stop by and say Hi! And, what a great day to stop by! Those look fantastic!
    Great photo!

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  13. Hi Gloria, Another great recipe! Your photo looks so good too, it makes me want to pick one up and take a bite!

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  14. Debs, really miss you the other day I remember you, well you know this type of food is so tasty with a ice white wine. Cheers!! xxGloria

    Marie, dear many thnaks you may pick one if you like.xxGloria

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  15. Those look good and sound tasty! I like that the tortillas are fried until crispy.

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  16. Dear Kevin thanks is really tasty!! and the filling is so nice, really Gloria

    Marc thanks to stopping by, is really nice. Gloria

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  17. Gloria, I have a few surprises for you on my blog. :-)

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  18. Buenos dias Gloria: se ven preciosos y sobre todo buenisimos.
    Yo creo que en casa les van a encantar.
    Un beso

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  19. Yum yum yum. I like this! It's Asian fused with Mexican...and that's a great idea.

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  20. Oh me gusta! :-)
    I like the combination of flavors you've got going there.
    Can you Fedex me a few please! Hehe.

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  21. Joy, you are so nice dear I will to your blog later. (Is early morning here) besos, Gloria

    Hola mi Karme querida ¿Cómo estás?? la verdad es que a todos los que les he dado les gustan.
    Un abrazo, Gloria


    Emiline, may you believe when I post this recipe I think, Emiline and Dhanggit will enjoy this!Maybe I know sometimes the taste of my friends! besos, Gloria

    Zen Chef, if I can sure I will send you!!! Sometimes I think the blogs are nice but I would like really we sharing our food!!!! Thanks to stopping by, love your recipes you know, xxGloria

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  22. VERY NICE!!! I like the way this sounds & it seems so appealing to my pallet. Thank you for sharing. I hope to try this one soon.

    Muchos besos, mi amiga bonita,
    Amy

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  23. Amiga viniste!!! Do you like the recipe Amy??? is so tasty and easy and Im sure your childs will love them!!! I can see them eating with Ketpchup how Gerardo Jr. I prefer soya sauce, but you know the childs!!! I like your pizza I hope to make the weekend, I love pizza. Muchos besos, Gloria

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  24. How interesting. Fun idea. Great appetizer.

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  25. Nicole, many thanks, Gloria

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  26. Gloria, estos rollitos son una buena idea para cambiar el sabor tradicional de este plato. Tomo nota dela idea. Un beso

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  27. These sound really different and quite delicious Gloria! I may give these a try when I am on my holiday. I will have a kitchen to cook in at the place we are staying!

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  28. Yes Marie is yummy and easy!!! we love them! Gloria

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