We’re pretty into hot meals around here, but a little variety never hurt anyone. And since we’ve been eating a little more on the heavier side lately (okay, a lot more), I thought a lighter dinner wouldn’t hurt anyone, either. But just because it’s lighter doesn’t mean it has to be any less filling.
Tonite I made a set of uber-wraps. The bread is a super big spelt flour chapati made extra soft by mixing the flour with boiling hot beet water. Stuffed with Sabjimata Spicy Italian Sausage, Romaine lettuce, arugala, shredded yellow squash and carrots, banana peppers, alfalfa sprouts, purple cabbage and beets, these wraps are basically a salad on crack. I made a honey mustard dressing from honey, Annie’s Dijon Mustard, tofu, fresh tarragon, a little balsamic vinegar, salt, hing and black pepper.
I think these wraps fit the season. Even though it is March, it is 85 degree weather around here. Ahhh. Florida.