After spending several hours on the beach swimming and sunning this afternoon...we decided to take a little break and have a late lunch. I had one flaxseed wrap left from yesterday morning's breakfast burrito that I made (using the Wheat-free Market flaxseed wrap mix) since it makes 2 wraps. I saved it (in the refrigerator) to make a sandwich wrap for lunch today. I spread a thin layer of mayonnaise on the wrap and then topped it with thin slices of Boars Head Turkey Pastrami (wheat/gluten free), thinly sliced sharp white cheddar cheese, sliced avocado and tomato and then rolled it up and served it alongside some roasted almonds. The wraps made a great sandwich! I snapped a couple quick photos for you to see below. Enjoy!
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Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Quick and Easy Wheat-Free Turkey Wrap
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Hmm! Easy and tasty! That's a winner. Thank you!
Thanks, Rhodeanie! :-)
Are these wraps similar to the one in the WB cookbook? These look much paler in comparison. Also I don't care for the flavor of the wraps from WB, I'm assuming other seasonings can be used in place of the ones from the cookbook. Do you have any suggestions?
Hi Paula, I haven't made the wraps from the WB cookbook yet -- I will look at the recipe when I get back home to see what is different about the seasonings, etc. and let you know what suggestions I would make. :-)
I beleive it's paprika and onion powder, it's just a bit per powering for me.
Hi Paula, If it's just paprika and onion powder...the paprika probably is there more for color than flavor, so you could omit that. You could drastically reduce the onion powder (by half or more) -- what is you just made it with a little sea salt and black pepper so you didn't really give it a specified flavor? I will think about what other kind of spice/flavor might work, too. :-)
How do you do your wraps?
Hi there! I used a flaxseed wrap mix from the Wheat Free Market (www.wheatfreemarket.com). You just add egg and water and microwave for a couple of minutes! :-)
I was wondering if you made these in the microwave or in a pan? Thanks for your blog, it's great!
Hi Valerie! I made the wraps in the microwave (cooked for about 2 mins) - I added a touch more water to make the batter smoother and easier to spread. :-)
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