If you buy your lunch, you may buy wrap sandwiches—easy to eat and fun. But do you make them at home?
If you’re still wedded to two slices of bread, try wraps instead for Cinco de Mayo.
When you see how easy they are to make, they may become a permanent addition to your menu.
Here’s a diagram of how to fold a wrap sandwich.
We enjoy using colorful tortillas to wrap our sandwiches.
1. Spread the wrap with a teaspoon of your favorite condiment.
2. Add your favorite sandwich fillings: thin slices of your favorite meats and cheeses, grilled vegetables and mozzarella, tuna salad, etc.
3. Roll up the tortillas, jelly-roll style, and cut them into halves or thirds.
You can also make dessert wraps (think bananas, pecan and caramel sauce; berries, ricotta and chocolate chips; fruit, coconut and custard).
For fun, you can set up a DIY bar and let everyone create their own dessert wraps.
You can roll the wraps more like cones, and serve them as in photo #2. All you need are shot glasses, other small glasses, or a cone holder.
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