A little background!!
A wrap is a type of sandwich made with a soft flatbread rolled around a filling. The usual flatbreads are wheat-flour tortillas, lavash, orpita; the filling usually consists of cold sliced meat, poultry, or fish accompanied by shredded lettuce, diced tomato or pico de gallo,guacamole, sauteed mushrooms, bacon, grilled onions, cheese, and a sauce, such as ranch or honey mustard.
Mexicans, Armenians, Greeks, Turks and Kurds have been eating wraps since before the 1900s. Mexicans refer to them as tacos, and they come in different ingredient varieties, such as corn, flour and wheat.
The wrap in its Western form probably comes from California, as a generalization of the Tex-Mex burrito, and became popular in the 1990s. It may have been invented and named at a southern California chain called "I Love Juicy" in the early 1980s. The Bobby Valentine Sports Gallery Cafe in Stamford, Connecticut is sometimes claimed to have invented the wrap at about the same time, but Valentine is diffident about it: "Well, that's legend and folklore, but until somebody disputes me or comes up with a better story, I'll say I invented the wrap." Beth Dolan of Stamford, Connecticut is the waitress credited for serving the first wrap after the restaurant had ran out of bread. Moreover, Valentine's own story dates his use of the name 'wrap' to the mid-1990s, after it is documented in California. A wrap is different from a sandwich: a sandwich has two distinct layers which are the top and bottom pieces of bread. A wrap, on the other hand, is one piece that completely surrounds the content of the wrap.
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Step 1: Ingredients
balancing your diet is the basic need of life. I am trying to achieve a balance diet.sandwich wraps are some thing i want for my breakfast. sadly i never get cheap tortillas in my country. untill i thought to try it with our version of roti. ( no idea what roti or chapatti is? check this out.
1 small size roti ( yes Pakistani people eat wheat tortilla/ chapatti)
hand full mint leaves/ salad wrap / spinach ( any green leafs)
1 small tomato
1 tsp hummus/ tahini/ pesto/ sauce of your choice.
1/4 cup of low fat cottage cheese (we make our own cottage cheese so i use three to four long sticks.
1 chicken thigh piece streamed..how i made mine? follow this step one here
1 tsb yogurt ( mine is homemade)
Step 2: Preparing My Chicken
if you read my steamed chicken recipe . u will get how i made these chicken pieces.
Step 3: Layering
take inspiration from other sandwich wraps. ( layering is all which makes it beautiful
1st layer of humus and yogurt ( you may increase your quantity for beter taste)
notice i turned my curved areas to give it a smooth round.apply the yogurt/ hummus layer on this too.
2nd layer of mint leave ( i didn't had any other leafy greens lol)
3rd layer of sticks of low fat cottage cheese.
4th layer of tomatoes ( cut thick tomato slices. not thin. unless you are making a crisy salad.)
5th layer CHICKENNNN...
roll it tightly.. ( use tooth picks lol)
and serve!!! i used simple plain yogurt for mine...