Thursday, August 18, 2011

Curried Mushroom Tortilla Wraps

Hope you all had a fabulous Independence Day celebrations. Well, we also had a small ceremony in our housing complex with flag hosting, sweet distributing etc.Kids had a great day out in our communal garden with colorful dresses and waving India’s flag.

Coming to the recipe of the day

I have made these wraps whenever I have run out of ideas for quick fixing the dinner. And they have always being appreciated by my folks. These tortilla wraps are wickedly delicious.
A dash of Mexican cuisine and some dose of Indian spices, what you get are these delicious filling curried mushroom tortilla wraps.
This can go well in your kiddo’s lunch-box and elder’s lunch box as well. Or you can quick fix a meal if you are planning to go out for a picnic.

Kashundi as many Bengalis know is a more or less a preparation of mustard seeds to get a consistency of mustard sauce.Kashundi as a dressing to these tortilla wraps add a nice punch or a kick to the overall taste and flavor. If you don’t like the pungency of kashundi then you may add mayonnaise or Herbed Tartar sauce..

Curried Mushroom Tortilla Wraps
(Makes-4-5 Tortilla wraps)

Recipe requirements
About 250 gms of mushroom
1 medium size onions
2 garlic pods
1 tsp of ginger chopped finely

For the Seasonings
¼ tsp of Grounded turmeric
1 tsp of grounded red pepper
1 tsp of coriander powder
About 2tbs of oil to fry the mushrooms with seasonings
4 tortilla wraps
  some lettuce leaves
some chopped tomato rings/onion rings/shredded carrots etc
For the dressing
2 tbs of mayonnaise
2 tbs of tomato ketchup
1 tsp of kashundi or mustard sauce/ or you may use Tartar sauce

  • Chop mushroom into four pieces if the mushrooms are big in size otherwise if you are using small mushrooms then no need to cut them.
  • Now heat up a saucepan, and add cooking oil.
  • Add in onions, ginger, garlic and saut√© them for 4-7 mints at med-high flame.
  • Now add in chopped mushrooms. Fry well at med-high flame till they release water.
  • Add all the seasonings-turmeric, red pepper, coriander and salt.
  • Add finely chopped tomatoes. Cover the pan and cook till you get semi dry gravy.
  • Stop and then let it cool a little bit.
  • Generally I like to warm tortilla wraps before stuffing, but then if you feel you can warm a little bit in M/W after filling with stuffing.
  • Generously coat the tortillas with mayonnaise, and then add the stuffing of curried mushroom.
  • Place some lettuce leaves, chopped onion rings, sliced cucumber or shredded carrots.
  • Add in tomato ketchup or mustard sauce/ kashundi in Bengali as final dressing.
  • And you are ready with an easy curried tortilla wraps with kasundi dressings.
  1. Check for salt, most of the dressings-tomato ketchup or kashundi/mustard sauce comes with salt added to it.
  2. This gravy can be made with tofu/paneer/chicken cubes as well.
Happy Cooking Friends


  1. Thats sounds lovely Jaya!:) Fabulous idea for a quick lunch or tiffin and very healthy too!


  2. great recipe Jaya...a delightful meal in itself.

  3. love your wraps.. nice seasoning and dressing. perfect for dinner..

  4. Delicious and healthy wraps,luks yummy...

  5. I am game for wraps anytime. This one looks lovely

  6. Wonderful satisfying and filling wraps..simply irresistible..

  7. wraps looks delicious...love the filling u made for these wraps..yummy
    Super Yummy Recipes

  8. Lovely, I have never tried mushrooms with a spicy sauce, I like the idea :-)


  9. The wraps look wonderful..great picnic food!

  10. This one looks so yummy and easy to make...can't wait to taste it!

  11. great filing and perfect tiffin box meal.Good to hear that you all celebrated Independence Day with great enthusiasm. Tomar comment pe khoob khusi hoyechilam. thanks ...parle abar esho

    Hamaree Rasoi

  12. W3,
    yes it is and thanks for liking it :-D..

    thanks dear..

    Thanks for coming..

    well , it would have been so nice, have i known your name..anyways thank you for liking these wraps..

    Thanks all for coming ..hugs and smiles

  13. Premlatha,
    warm welcome, and thanks for liking these..

    good to see you after long time :D..

    how are you? and thanks for liking it..

    thanks you

    Thanks for coming ..

    yes, we do like to keep them in our lunch box whenever we plan some outings..good to see you ..

    Thanks for coming here ..hugs and smiles

  14. Kalyan da,

    how are you? and thanks for liking this muchroom wraps..

    Always ..amar bhalo lagey tumaar site e jete sodhu ami net e te onek kom time spend kori tai bole..Hopefully I will be able to manage my time and so in future more time on your lovely site..

    Thank you all for stoping by and encouraging me with your lovely comments..hugs and smiles

  15. gd to see u too Jaya :) hw have u been? and those wraps look delish!

  16. Thanks for coming back and visiting my blog Jaya.Your blog too has so many new things that I have missed last couple of days.
    Lovely wrap ,nice veggie filling instead of the regular meat filling that we make.

  17. thinking of making this with boro boro maidar ruti as I dont have tortillas handy.

  18. Sia,
    Yes same here ..thanks

    take your time , and trust me veggie fillings are much easy to assemble and tastes divine.

    Nothing compares to home-made
    "maidar roti" well thats is what tortillas are in Mexican cuisine .. ..tai na ..nischoyi janabe kemon laglo..TC

    Thanks all for coming here ..
    hugs and smiles


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