Monday, November 1, 2010
A hummus salad wrap is probably the easiest thing in the world to make, if you don't mind a bit of chopping. First, you make your hummus, which is basically just chickpeas, garlic, olive oil, lemon juice, salt, pepper, cumin and a bit of tahini thrown in the food processor. If you want real measurements, I love the Veganomicon recipe. You can always buy your hummus, but really, if you have a food processor or blender, it's a big waste of money. Making your own is far cheaper, especially if you use dried beans. Also, it always tastes better.
Anyway, start your wrap with a generous layer of delicious hummus. It'll make everything stick. And taste great.
After that, just fold in the ends and roll it up. The hummus is sticky enough to keep the filling from falling out into your lap, making this wrap even safe to eat on the subway (a rare thing for me).
That's all I've got! Please come back tomorrow for another post where I continue to master the obvious!