You take a bite.
The warm tortilla crunches soundly against your teeth, breaking into brittle shards as the delicious contents reveal themselves to your taste buds.
I should be a novelist.
But really, this is solid stuff right here.
And all you need is a broiler. As in, no worries that your stove might explode electric sparks on you, like that last time you innocently tried to reheat leftover stir-fry.
It’s basically baked American cannoli with Mexican tortillas and grilled chicken. A smidge of the American Dream, a little bit of rising prosperity, a chance to eat more and more crispy crunchy wraps every day at every meal.
I’m all about that diversity.
Crispy Crunchy Wraps
Notes: I sincerely hope you know how to make a wrap. If so, include any ingredients you fancy. If not, go back to Start and replay the game of life.
- wrap material: tortillas, spinach wraps, wheat wraps, etc.
- filling: chicken, steak, cheese, lettuce, rice, beans, onions, pico de gallo, soybeans, chickpeas, peas, chicks, etc.
Cut everything into strips. I just used seasoned brown rice, chicken, and lettuce.
Assemble the wrap.
Now fold it messily and place on a oven-safe object.
Broil for 4 minutes a side, watching closely as it browns.
The Extra Mile:
- Make this a breakfast burrito. Just use some eggs, ham, green onions, etc.
- Make the outside extra crispy and delicious. Before broiling, just brush on just a thin layer of oil.
You know what? Diversity is better in large numbers.
This wrap represents diversity.
I think you can guess what I’m trying to say.