You guys, I just had to Google how to spell Mediterranean. Just being real. But now I just typed it out no problem. I’m a fast learner!
Moving on. So these wraps, friend. It’s hard to say even how this deliciousness started. I think the mom of one of the many families that I used to baby sit for in college, who else used to/still does some babysitting?!? The mom would always, always make sure she had something absolutely healthy and absolutely DIVINE for us (me and the kiddos) to eat for dinner, she was soooo great! I miss those days. Show up, get fed, watch Disney movies, put the kids to bed, read some Harry Potter, get paid. Ok, sorry, I’m not sure if this is love fest between me and the wraps or me and babysitting.
Seriously, moving on. So these wraps again. I think she made some type of stir fry including tons of veggies, chicken, no rice and everything was sautéed in balsamic vinegar, there was something to do with hummus and sprinkle some feta on top all rolled in a wrap.
As you can see, I’ve vegetarianized the original recipe, taking out the chicken and adding some edamame beans for a protein punch, left out the balsamic vinegar cause I never seem to have it on hand, although you definitely could add that back in.
This is one of my go-to lazy dinners. And it’s quick. Quick, lazy and healthy, and how could you go wrong? Oh wait and it’s freakin’ delicious, so I’ll answer that question for you, you can’t do wrong!
And so so simple. Stir fry up your veggies, I recommend just grabbing the frozen Asian blend from your favorite local grocery store and a bag of the pre-shelled frozen edamame beans. Spread your hummus on the wrap, I lovvvve the La Tortilla Factory’s Olive Oil wraps (only like 100 calories, so you don’t have to feel guilty about have 2 of these!).
Also! Note the ultimate spreading technique pictured above. Spread the hummus on the ENTIRE wrap, alllllll the way to edges. So many people just put the condiments right down the middle, but the flaw in this method is that, you’re only going to have 1 little layer of the condiment. (Is hummus a condiment?).
If you spread a thin layer all over the entire wrap, once you roll it all up, you have several layers of your condiment all throughout, ensuring hummus-ey goodness in every single bite. Boom. Try it. It’ll change how you make any wrap from now on. You’re welcome.
After you’ve spread your hummus using the new, life-changing technique, throw your stir fried veggies down the middle, crumble some feta on top, roll and bite, and ahhhhhh.
Delicious, hummus, salty-feta, veggie goodness. And the best part, you’ve spent probably 5 minutes on this sucker. Done. Move on with your life. Relax, read a book.
Awesome variations –
- I love adding Uncle Ben’s Brown Rice/Quinoa 90 Second Blend just because carbs. Yep, cause who doesn’t love them! And you do get a little protein from it too, so let’s all feel better about that.
- If you’re a chicken fan, add some into the stir fry.
- Change up the plain hummus for a flavored hummus, there’s a Carrot Sriracha Hummus made by Eat Well Embrace Life that would be the bommmb on this.
- Add some balsamic vinegar to the stir fry.
- 2 La Tortilla Factory Olive Oil Wraps
- 4 tablespoons Hummus
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 3 tablespoons low-sodium soy sauce
- 1 package frozen Asian vegetable blend
- 1 package frozen, pre-shelled edamame beans
- 4 ounces feta cheese
- Heat olive oil in sauce pan over medium-high heat
- Place frozen veggies and edamame beans in oil, being careful not to splatter
- Pour soy sauce in veggie mixture and stir
- Saute for about 5 minutes, until veggies are soft and heated through
- Remove pan from heat and set aside
- Open package of wraps, place 1 wrap on a plate
- Spread 2 tablespoons hummus on wrap, spreading hummus over entire wrap to the edges
- Place veggie mixture down the center of wrap
- Crumble desired amount of feta over top
- Repeat steps with additional wraps
- Folding two sides of the wrap, roll and enjoy!
- Expert tip! Spread the hummus alllllll the way to the edges of the wrap, so there's a thin layer completely covering the entire wrap. This way you'll get LAYERS of hummus in every single bite.