It’s a wrap battle – Turkey Wraps Ideas That Will Cure Your Weekday Lunch Woes
When it comes to sandwiches, turkey is the great blank canvas. You can pair it with basically anything and it’ll probably taste pretty good. With the countless combinations out there, we’ve each got our own go-to. And try as we might to switch it up every once and a while (sprouts instead of lettuce!?), it’s easy to fall into a rut.
At Delish, we’re always striving for lunchtime greatness. Usually, though, that involves a bit of planning ahead. And personally, all my morning brainpower is dedicated to picking out an outfit… So with that in mind, we’ve taken all the thought out of the lunch-making process and come up with 3 dope wraps to breathe life back into your weekly lunch rotation.
Below is the breakdown of each wrap. The portions are all up to you: See an ingredient you love? Use a ton! See one you hate? Forget about it!
On a whole wheat tortilla, add turkey, thinly sliced apples, brie, and baby spinach. Drizzle with honey mustard. Roll out, my homies.
On a flour tortilla, spread hummus. Add turkey, thinly sliced cucumbers, roasted red peppers, and crumbled feta. Roll it up!
On a flour tortilla, spread crushed avocado. We added lime juice to ours! Then top with turkey, black beans, pico de gallo, and sliced pepper jack cheese. Let it roll.
A few tips for crushing your own personal wrap battle. Consider packing each ingredient in a separate bag and then assembling at work to guarantee minimum sogginess. Also, before assembling, be sure to microwave the actual wrap for 10 seconds so it’s more pliable (i.e. no tears or eventually explosions once you start rolling it, like ours did before discovering this life-changing technique).
That’s a wrap!
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