Ingredients 4 flat breads: you can use mountain bread, specific burrito wraps, or pittas. I use whatever's on special at the supermarket.
Mexican mix (if you need ideas, check out my recipe for frijoles)
(Sour cream makes a nice serving touch, or use yoghurt if you're health conscious like my partner.)
Preheat the oven to 180 degrees.
Lay your breads on a baking tray.
Ladle a small amount of mexican filling in a line along the centre of the breads. Don't be tempted to overfill them!
My filling isn't quite in the centre: The more even yours is, the easier to fold.
Add a piece of cheese, to help it stick together.
Fold both sides of the bread over the centre, so you have a cylinder filled with yumminess.
Spoon salsa on top.
This salsa is from my frijoles recipe, before I add the beans. You can use the stuff from a jar, or just chp up some fresh tomato.
Add as much sliced or grated cheese as you like.
Bake for 5-10 minutes, until the cheese is melted and bubbling.
Serve with sour cream, a bit of salad and my Mexican rice. Yum.