One of the other great things about wraps is how versatile they are. You can put all kinds of fillings in them, including meat, vegetables and cold cuts. For the outside, consider pitas, lavash and tortillas. Below you will find a number of wrap recipes from our archives, which you can make as written or mix and match to build your ideal roll-up.
Greek chicken wrap, above. I’ve made this recipe a bunch of times, and it’s a winner. You get a full takeaway souvlaki vibe when you use a large, soft pita as wrapping.
Avocado and white bean salad wraps. The basis of this meat-free meal is a simple white bean puree that uses canned or home-cooked beans. It’s a great wrap to put in your lunch bag to take to the office.
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Mediterranean Pinwheels. These kid-friendly wheels use just four ingredients: goat cheese or hummus, tortillas, fried red peppers and dried dill. The wrap variant designed for adults adds mashed chickpeas and fresh herbs.
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Tortilla Egg Wraps. One of our most popular recipes from 2020 is a quick, smart wrap from “Great British Baking Show” winner Nadiya Hussain. It is put together in a pan and then rolled before eating.
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Hummus wraps with grilled zucchini and dukkah. You get a variety of crunchy, creamy and crispy textures in this vegetarian wrap with Middle Eastern seed and spice blend known as dukkah.
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French Dip Pinwheels. Here’s a dish that strikes a balance between elegant and casual, where “thinly sliced, lean beef, garlic-like mushrooms and fresh spinach are rolled into a whole-grain scoop,” says Nourish columnist Ellie Krieger. Bonus: It is made in one pan.
Plantain wraps with sour black bean spread. Canned beans reappear, this time in a spicy topping along with hefty fried plantains.
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