Birria is a popular street food traditionally made with cheap cuts of meat, often goat, mutton or beef which are slow cooked in a broth flavoured with chillies, tomatoes and spices. It can either be served as a soup, or as here with the meat separated and served inside tortillas and a bowl of the warming broth on the side.
Here we’re garnishing the dish with finely shredded cabbage, a zingy pico de gallo salad, smoky chipotle salsa and cooling sour cream. For dessert we’ve got Mexico’s answer to the doughnut - deep-fried crispy aniseed treats known as bunuelos and chocolate sauce flavoured with fruity ancho chilli to dip them in.
Oil for frying (sunflower or vegetable oil is best)
Product Rating (3):
A meal with a difference. Easy make and great fun round the table sharing with friends. Top marks for the dessert with a chilli kick sauce that actually wanted you asking for more! A kit to buy again :-)
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Wall of Fame - Jaliscan Birria --- Bunuelos with Ancho Chilli Chocolate Sauce