16 Wrap Sandwich Ideas
What can you use to wrap? I love a fresh flour tortilla. They are pliable and absorbent. These tortillas soak up the lovely flavors of the foods that you wrap. Naan and pita bread can serve the same purpose. A Chinese moo shu pancake works well, too. If you want to limit your carb intake, choose a wrap from LaTortilla Factory. They produce several varieties of low carb and high fiber tortillas that make excellent wraps. For small amounts of food, you can use plant leaves. Lettuce and bok choy both make crunchy wraps that have a low carb count. Here are 16 ideas for a variety of sandwiches that are all wrapped up.
16 Wrap Sandwich Ideas
*Sweet potato fries, pulled pork, and coleslaw in a wrap.
*Pork cooked with chilis, onion, and garlic, then chunked up and wrapped with guacamole, shredded lettuce, and Pico de Gallo.
*Eggs scrambled with peppers, onions, ham and bacon pieces, then wrapped with hash browns, shredded cheese and Pico de Gallo.
*Eggplant slices in fried chickpea batter wrapped in a warm tortilla with Pico de Gallo, ranch dressing, and lettuce shreds.
*Spicy sweet potato fries, pulled pork, caramelized onions, and spinach leaves wrapped in a flour tortilla with ranch.
*Sweet and sour chicken chunks with shredded carrots and peppers in a wrap with your choice of sauce.
*DiLusso Italian roast beef in a wrap with basil leaves, spinach leaves, thin sliced tomato and Terra Fina Spinach Artichoke dip.
*Hummus wrapped in a pita with baby lettuce and sliced tomato.
*Egg with peppers, onions, and diced portabello mushrooms, served in a flour tortilla with grated sharp Cheddar and Swiss cheeses.
*Marinated and grilled chicken chunks, romaine lettuce, shredded parmesan cheese, creamy Caesar dressing, and fresh cracked black pepper in a wrap.
*Pork cutlet marinated in ginger, garlic, and soy sauce, then sliced into small strips, stir fried, and wrapped with a flour tortilla, hoisin sauce, and some stir fried veggies.
*Yellow squash sliced lengthwise, batter dipped, fried, and served with marinara and melted Italian cheese in a warm wrap.
*Lettuce leaf wrap with ground pork cooked with scallions, cilantro, ginger, and soy sauce.
*Olive spread and mayo in a wrap with warm chicken breast chunks, melted Swiss cheese, and alfalfa sprouts.
*Artichokes marinated with mushrooms mixed with sautéed fresh spinach and melted Italian cheeses in a hot wrap.
*Salmon cooked with onions and dill, and then served in a large Teff pancake wrap with mayo and soft butter lettuce.
Condiments help to make the wrap distinctive. Pico de Gallo adds tomatoes, onions, and cilantro all at once. Ranch is a good choice for many tasty wraps. Tomato based sauces, like marinara and salsa, add moisture and characteristic ethnic flavors. All of these condiments pull the ingredients together and bind them into your signature wrap. Work with the ingredients that you have on hand. See where your creativity can take you. Then, share your sandwich meals with us at the BellaOnline Sandwiches Forum. It's open 24 hours a day for your posts. While you're there, play the Sandwich Name Game. Add your ideas!
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