Recipe: Easy Homemade Tortillas & Sangria

One of my favourite things about summer has to be the food… Think BBQ’s, picnics and long, lazy afternoons sat in the garden with a glass of something chilled. As we’re blessed with lighter evenings, this has given me a chance to experiment with cooking a little more and try new recipes.

Homemade tortilla crisps and a cold jug of sangria make for the perfect accompaniment to a summer BBQ, picnic or simply just a Sunday afternoon! Keep reading to find out how to make them…

Homemade tortillas with Boursin

– 8 small tortilla wraps

– Cajun seasoning (optional!)

– Sunflower oil spray

– Garlic and herb Boursin

1. Cut your tortilla wraps into triangles using a knife (or pizza cutter!) and arrange them on a baking tray.

2. Spray or brush oil over the tortillas and sprinkle cajun seasoning, or leave them plain. Pop into a pre-heated oven at 200C and bake for five minutes.

3. Remove from oven and flip the tortillas over, repeated the above steps.

4. Serve on a plate with your garlic and herb Boursin in the middle as a dip. The perfect addition to a summer cheeseboard or BBQ!

Sangria

– bottle of dry red wine (chilled)

– 80 ml brandy

– tablespoon of sugar

– ice

– lemonade

– fruit (oranges, lemons, limes & apples work well!)

1. Chop up your fruit, saving two large slices of orange. Pop it in a large jug and add the sugar and brandy. Stir well.

2. Add your ice, then the wine. Give everything a good stir before topping up with lemonade – depending on how strong you want your Sangria!

3. Serve in wine glasses over more ice and finish off with your orange slices. Voila!

This post is in collaboration with Boursin. All words and photos are my own.

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