Mediterranean wrap

Wraps are very easy to make and delicious to taste. I make different ones using tortillas or Lavash and changing veggies. Lavash is an Armenian flatbread also eaten around the Middle East. It's usually found in Middle Eastern stores although supermarkets can carry them as well.


I don't follow any recipe for that. It's up everyone's taste. I like to make it colorful as you can see in a few pictures below. 

The basic ingredients for me are:
  • 2 pieces Lavash bread or tortilla
  • a generous amount of any dip (I like Baba Ganoush)
  • lettuce
  • tomatoes
  • onion slices
  • Kalamata olives
  • roasted bell peppers
  • shredded vegan cheese
  • and any other item you can think will do
On a cutting board, put the Lavash bread flat -or tortilla and spread Baba Ganoush on it. Then, accommodate the rest of the ingredients on one end of the bread as shown. Roll from here to the end.


Wrap front
 Lavash is a good bread and toast it a little bit so the result should be a bit warm. Put the roll (or wrap) on top of a hot grill without any grease. Let sit on top until the bread gets firm. Turn it around and leave it for a few minutes.

Wrap on grill
When using tortillas, I like them very colorful. 

Tortilla wrap
Tortilla wrap
Tortilla wraps
Note: You can also cut them in slices and serve as appetizers. See Vegetables pinwheels.

Sometimes I use Lavash to make a falafel wrap instead.

Serves: 2

Enjoy it!