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What is the difference between enchiladas burritos and fajitas?
Enchiladas are normally shredded meat and/or cheese rolled in corn tortillas, covered in red (or green) enchilada sauce and cheese, and then baked. Fajitas are normally strips of meat either grilled or sauteed (often with onions and peppers).
What is the difference between burritos enchiladas and quesadillas?
Enchilada: a burrito covered with red chili sauce and cheese; is normally made with a corn tortilla; usually contains meat. … Enchiladas and wet burritos are made with corn and flour tortillas respectively. Quesadillas can contain meat; fajitas almost always do. Taquitos are smaller than tacos and rolled up.
What is the difference between a burrito and a wet burrito?
A wet burrito is covered with a red chili sauce similar to a red enchilada sauce, with melted shredded cheese on top. … This variety is sometimes called "smothered", "enchilada-style", mojado (Spanish for "wet"), or suizo ("Swiss"; used in Spanish to indicate dishes topped with cheese or cream).
What is in an enchilada?
The Real Academia Española defines the word enchilada, as used in Mexico, as a rolled maize tortilla stuffed with meat and covered with a tomato and chili sauce. Enchilada is the past participle of Spanish enchilar, "to add chili pepper to", literally to "season (or decorate) with chili".