A few weeks ago, I was mindlessly floating through cyberspace when I happened upon The Pioneer Woman’s blog. Funny how that happens. She posted a recipe about a wrap she ate in her hotel room, praising room service for knocking this one out of the ballpark. Naturally, she added her special touch. As soon as I saw the ingredients, the amount of time it took and the simplicity of the meal, I had to make it, too.
So, while I was in Florida a couple of weeks ago I did just that.
First things first….assemble your ingredients.Start with the red onion. Slice and sauté in two tablespoons of butter over medium heat for about 15-20 minutes. I could/should have cooked these a little longer, but I’m impatient when I’m starving.While the red onions caramelize, set up the rest of your ingredients in a row so you make a bunch for others or let them make their own.
You’ll need to heat up a nonstick pan and toss a tortilla in it for a couple of minutes. Just long enough on each side to lightly brown the tortilla. The wrap can be plain or you can go green like Ree did. I went green and bought Spinach wraps.
Remove the tortilla and spread about 1-2 tbsp of hummus down the middle. You can make your own, but then again, Sabra makes some great hummus.
You will need about 4 oz of crumbled feta cheese. I buy a block and crumble it myself.
Roasted red peppers…again, you can do it yourself or buy the jar. I bought the jar.
Last, but not least, grab a huge handful of lettuce. Add a dash of salad dressing. I used Paul Newman’s Homestyle Italian dressing.
It should look like this…or not. I kind of skimped on this one. Fold in the sides and roll it up.
It’s actually filling and my girls loved it! Thanks again, Ree. So yummy. I think I’ve found my new favorite lunch.