Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Simple Wraps

My grandma made this for lunch one day. She decided to make them after seeing them made on this tv show. I thought that they were pretty good and easy to make. So here's the recipe. It's going to be a rough estimate of everything since I wasn't there watching how she made it, but here are my guesstimates.

Simple Wraps


Serves 4
8 tortillas
2 cucumbers, cut into long strips
4 eggs, scrambled
2 hunks braised beef, cut into thin slices
(they can just be cooked, doesn't need to be braised)

possible variations:
pork floss instead of beef
braised pork, sliced thinly

Whisk the eggs and cook them. Cook them so that they turn out in thin sheets. It would be easier to cook the eggs in four equal portions so that there is 1/2 an egg in each tortilla. Set the cooked eggs aside.

Slice up the cucumbers into thin strips and set aside.

Slice up the cooked meat and start arranging a few slices on each tortilla. Add the cucumber strips and eggs. Each ingredient is distributed evenly so that the tortilla may be smoothly rolled up. Now, roll up the tortillas with their filling. Use a toothpick and poke it through the skin of the tortilla to keep it in place. Cut the finished rolls/wraps in half and serve or just serve them whole.



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