Wrap Me, Roll Me!

I ate a lot of gyro in Melbourne and sharwarma in Dubai but I do not get to eat these often in Singapore. It was raining cats and dogs yesterday and I didn’t feel like going out so I checked my pantry. I had store-bought wheat flour tortillas and some leftover meat in the fridge so I made my own wrap for lunch.

Tortilla Wrap

Wheat-flour Tortillas are flat-breads.

I read somewhere that Wheat flour rather than Maize flour is a healthier version of tortillas because it is more suitable for people with high blood sugar.

Disclaimer: Always consult a professional dietician or your family doctor if you and/or your family members have special needs or allergy. I am not medically train. I just eat and blog food. 🙂

A wrap is a type of sandwich made with a soft flatbread rolled around a filling.

This was my lunch, a home-made wrap with leftover roast, Japanese mayo and Sriracha sauce.

“A wrap is a type of sandwich made with a soft flatbread rolled around a filling.

The usual flatbreads are wheat-flour tortillas, lavash, or pita; the filling usually consists of cold sliced meat, poultry, or fish accompanied by shredded lettuce, diced tomato or pico de gallo, guacamole, sauteed mushrooms, bacon, grilled onions, cheese, and a sauce, such as ranch or honey mustard.” – Wikipedia

Tortilla Wrap

What’s your favourite wrap filling?

What’s your favourite filling? I asked around and got some mouth-watering response:

Crissie Ziba likes Lamb Fillet Kebabs.
Darren Shipp likes his with some nice fish, habanero, aioli sauce, lettuce, cilantro and tomatoes.
Darron Hutchins likes it with Peanut Butter, Lamb and even Kangaroo meat!
Dee Arzola likes Cheddar Smoked Sausage with Caramelized Onions.
Douglas Case likes it with Eggs, Potatoes, Green Chillies, Onions, and Salsa with an option for Chorizo.
Ralf-Peter Oberüber also shared his favourites, Quince Gelée with Habaneros (sweet & spicy) and Mangold (Chard, a leafy green) with Lobster and fried Fennel.
Ted Wells even shared a link, click for: Gold Medal Sizzling Fajitas!
Tony Morton likes his with Skirt Steak.

Hmmm… They all sounded yummilicious! So much so that the tortillas’ being teased, “Wrap me, roll me!”

If you are interested in making your own Quince Gelée, here’s one that looked delicious and simple enough:
Matt Kastell’s Quince Gelée

More recipes for Soft Tortillas (click on the name to be directed to the recipe site):

Savoury Tortilla Fillings:
Margherita Tortilla Pizzas
These personal pizzas take almost no effort—simply top the tortillas with marinara sauce and grated mozzarella and bake.

Quesadillas Rancheros
This cheesy, egg-topped dish—finished with salsa verde and a dash of hot sauce—is delicious any time of day or night.

Salami and Roasted Red Pepper Wraps
Spread the tortillas with cream cheese to help hold the sandwich together and balance out the savory salami.

Sweet Tortilla Fillings:
Cinnamon Tortilla Sundaes
Give the traditional banana split a sophisticated twist with sugar-and-cinnamon-dusted baked tortillas.

Banana-Caramel Tortilla Tarts
To keep the bananas from turning brown, toss them with lemon juice before popping this quick snack into the oven.

Recipes above credits go to: http://www.realsimple.com/food-recipes

If you are thinking about nutrition and calories, here’s:
6 Healthy Fillings for Guilt-Free Taco and Tortilla Dishes.

But if you’re all out for flavours, then you may find more interesting recipes here:
The 8 Great Things You Can Do with Tortillas, Filling, and Maybe Some Cheese.

Last but not least, let’s not forget our veggie-lover friends:
Roasted Mushrooms and Pepper Wrap

Spinach Feta Breakfast Wrap

Protein-packed Kale Hummus Wrap

Happy eating and bonding 🙂

See related posts on my blog:
Speedy Tacos
Versatile Salsa Recipe

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Comments
7 Responses to “Wrap Me, Roll Me!”
  1. Thanks for the very nice comments …
    wrap it, roll it, slice it dice it,
    born and raised a sandwich person.
    last wrap was a blackened, jerk, grouper (fresh from the Gulf)
    with pico de gallo,lettuce, cilantro, onions,
    smothered in a Greek yogurt dressing …
    as I sit here wondering why I keep putting on weight…
    Love, hugs and living to eat … ME … or is that eating to live ? ? ?

  2. darrenshipp says:

    Mmmmmm as i said on G+ a habanero aioli fish cilantro and fresh tortillas would be yummy good and will make them today. Love the blog Sam

  3. Cate B says:

    My kind of meal. Yummy.

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