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    • ISBN:9780751573527
    • Publication date:02 May 2019

The Chilango Burrito Bible

Mind-blowing Mexican flavours

By Eric Partaker

  • Hardback
  • £20.00

The official cookbook from beloved restaurant chain Chilango, voted the number one Mexican Restaurant in London (Zagat) and the Best Burritos in London (Time Out).

THE OFFICIAL CHILANGO COOKBOOK

Just about anything you can dream up can become a burrito. There are no rules.

Chilango is continuously raising the bar for Mexican food, with their lust for new tastes and their no holds barred approach to flavour.

With over 80 delicious and vibrant recipes - some beloved classics from the restaurant, some with a twist and many, many more that are completely new - The Chilango Burrito Bible is a must-have for foodies and burrito-devotees everywhere.

Recipes include:

Chilango fried chicken burrito
Ultimate surf 'n' turf burrito
Vegan charred pineapple and pickled jalapeno burrito
Breakfast burrito (with black pudding and scrambled eggs)
Caramelized coconut rice
S'more churros with chocolate chili sauce

Biographical Notes

Eric Partaker grew up in Chicago, where he fell in love with both Mexican food and the hospitality industry. He co-founded the popular restaurant chain Chilango in 2007 with Dan Houghton. Now with ten restaurants in London and one in Manchester, Chilango has won a host of awards and served burritos to hundreds of thousands of hungry guests.

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  • ISBN: 9780751573534
  • Publication date: 02 May 2019
  • Page count: 192
  • Imprint: Sphere
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