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So the day came, today, when my burrito was ready to try. The phrase Simon, Simonazo has a meaning in the Spanish language, as well, so the owner was telling me.

I quite like it! My burrito consisted of thin pieces of beef steak, guacamole, Swiss cheese, pico de gallo, rice and refried beans. I came up with my own salsa to go with this burrito, as well — Azteca took their Omacatl Salsa and added pineapple and mango to it among other ingredients. There were eight habanero chillis in a batch of this salsa — I asked for something spicy and Azteca certainly delivered! Omacatl is a deity in Mexican culture — he is the god of feasts and celebrations.

It is said that anybody who dishonours Omacatl by not enjoying themselves during a celebration will be cursed. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account.

You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Blog at WordPress. Follow: RSS Twitter. On the outside, this was a crunchy and well-formed burrito, while the insides were soft and warm. It was very moist and a little bit messy — not bad though! Its toasting certainly helped to hold it together much better.

I was getting full about two thirds of the way through it, and my hunger was well and truly satisfied when I was finished; this was a perfectly sized burrito for dinner.

It was perfectly cooked to how I like my beef cooked — still a little bit pink, but hot all the way through. Azteca clearly used good pieces of steak too — there was no fat to be found on it, and it was perfectly tender.

In Azteca, the salsa is not put into the burrito, but the customer chooses how much they want to add. So when a small bowl of salsa was placed in front of me, I could smell it, and it smelled absolutely fantastic, and quite unusual. Upon tasting it, I noticed that it had a refreshing kind of flavour at first, followed by an intense, flavourful heat. It was also a fruity and sweet salsa, despite the heat, and there were some fantastic chunks of pineapple through it, which gave it an amazing texture.

The guacamole was absolutely delicious, with just the perfect amount of citrus and salt to it — it was refreshing and cooling. The pico de gallo was, as Azteca always make it, very fresh and refreshing, with a nice herbal flavour to it, while the refried beans were pretty good too, and in just the right quantity.

I agree with the owner that Swiss cheese goes very well with beef and with spicy food, although many people think otherwise — it added a nice smoky flavour to the background of the burrito, while melting perfectly throughout. Share this: Twitter Facebook. Like this: Like Loading Hugo Camacho Romero permalink. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:.

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