Sorry this post was supposed to go up Monday but with the excitement of the new season you know….
- Avocado sliced
- Store roasted turkey sliced thin
- Romaine lettuce shredded
- Thinly sliced tomato
- Whole wheat wrap
Layer lettuce, cranberries, turkey, tomato and avocado roll tightly
Cut the wrap in half, or don’t bother–it’s ready to eat
sorry forgot to take picture took this with my camera
How To Roll Up A Wrap
Picture borrowed from Entre Fogones con Mimi!
You can make an open-ended wrap or a closed one. And everyone seems to have their own best way to wrap a wrap. This is how I wrap a wrap.
Smear sandwich cranberry within an inch of the perimeter of the tortilla.
Layer makings in a wide swath down the center of the tortilla and to within a couple inches of the left and right edges—kind of a rough rectangle.
To make a closed end wrap, fold both the right and the left edges over the goodies and roll from the bottom. To make an open-ended wrap, fold only one edge.
If I make a closed end wrap, we cut the wrap in two at an angle and eat half at a time, or share with my honey.
If the tortilla is a little stiff and hard to wrap and keep closed, try microwaving the tortilla under a paper towel for 15 to 20 seconds. It will be more pliable
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