Sample these five delicious wraps, perfect for anyone on a low-carb diet or just tired of plain old sandwiches!
Asian Chicken Salad WrapsUse your favorite flavored wraps from the bread or deli section.
Zesty Tofu Wraps with Olive TapenadeAfter you've tried these wraps, you'll never think of tofu as bland or tasteless again, since a sweet, spicy, and tangy vinegar base infuses the tofu strips as they cook. Layer each wrap with a salty olive tapenade, sun-dried tomatoes, tofu strips, sweet red onions, and a fresh handful of watercress. This wrap features a flavorful combo you won't soon forget!
Cobb Salad WrapsThis wrap provide a more convenient way to eat your greens. Simply roll up your basic salad ingredients and take it with you on the go.
Pork Wraps with Fresh Tomatillo SalsaMexican flavors in a wrap–what could be better? Season tender pork cutlets with cumin and sautéed poblano chiles and onions. Then, layer a flour tortilla with the pork mixture and top with fresh salsa, featuring the bright, crisp flavors of tomatillos, cucumbers, cilantro, and lime. The final addition? A dollop of sour cream. Your fiesta has officially started.
Thai Tofu WrapTangy and delicious, this tofu wrap provides an elegant way for anyone to have a vegetarian lunch on the go.
Cajun Catfish Wraps with SlawIn this recipe, mild catfish is seasoned and sautéed in butter until crispy on the outside and tender and juicy on the inside. Top a tortilla with the fish and the homemade sweet-and-sour slaw for the perfect crunch! Your otherwise ordinary fish taco just got schooled.
Grilled Eggplant Naan Wraps with Tahini-Yogurt DressingEggplant's meaty consistency makes it the perfect ingredient for a wrap–plus, it simply holds its own on the grill. Layer naan (Indian flatbread) with grilled eggplant and add fresh tomato and spinach, then drizzle with a tahini-yogurt sauce flavored with minced garlic and lemon juice.
Peking Turkey WrapsSalty-sweet and full of fresh crunch, these wraps are a tasty way to pack in a serving of vegetables that the kids are sure to love.
Roasted Red Pepper Hummus Veggie WrapsLunch to go never looked so good. Try these portable veggie wraps with any flavor of hummus you like and whatever crisp veggies you have on hand.
Sliced Filet Mignon Wrap with Pear-Onion Relish and Blue-Cheese DressingWho said wraps can't be fancy? Au contraire mon frere! Layer tortillas with blue cheese dressing, spinach leaves, and buttery, melt-in-your-mouth slices of tender steak, then top with a sweet, delectable pear-onion relish. We think this wrap deserves five stars, and our online reviewers clearly agree!
Greek-Style Chicken WrapsLook for plain rotisserie chicken in the deli section of your supermarket. Use the lean, mild breast meat for pastas and sandwiches, and the leg and thigh meat for more robust salads, soups, or tacos.
Hummus WrapThese tasty veggie wraps come together in 5 minutes and cost less than $2 per serving. Sounds like lunch to us.
Negimaki WrapThe name might sound intimidating, but roast beef is the main player here. Just add some wasabi and soy sauce to the mix and you have a delicious wrap to take to work or send with the kids to school.
Huevos Rancheros WrapsUse time the night before to make the salsa, and in the morning simply add scrambled eggs and roll them up into burritos for a quick, easy, and filling breakfast.
Curried Pork Salad WrapsIf you can't find lavash, try lower-sodium flatbreads or sandwich wraps.