Wraps are tortilla’s filled with vegetables, meat, and enticing, mouthwatering sauces.
You can drizzle your wraps with avocado crema, tzatziki sauce , chipotle mayo, ranch, Caesar and more to fill your wraps with to make a savory or spicy wrap.
Tzatziki sauce is a thick, tangy sauce with a hint of dill and cucumber you can use to make Greek wraps.
Greek wraps are made by smearing tzatziki sauce over the tortilla.
Add cooked chicken or pork, diced tomatoes and cucumber, lettuce, diced red onions, and feta cheese on top of the tzatziki sauce.
Roll up the wrap to enjoy a savory Greek wrap.
Tzatziki sauce is made by straining Greek yogurt through a cheesecloth for about 2 hours to remove the liquid from the yogurt, leaving a thick base to make tzatziki sauce.
Olive oil, dill, grated cucumber, vinegar, salt, and minced garlic is added to the yogurt to create a creamy, dill and cucumber flavored sauce for wraps.
Chipotle chicken wraps are made by mixing together diced chicken, lettuce, diced tomatoes, and diced avocado and chipotle mayo until everything is coated in spicy chipotle sauce.
The mixture is placed in a tortilla and rolled up for a spicy chicken wrap.
Chipotle mayo gets its spice from adding chipotle peppers in adobo sauce to mayo, along with a little lemon juice to give it its tangy flavor.
Chicken bacon wraps are made with diced chicken, crispy bacon, lettuce, and diced tomatoes. Ranch sauce is drizzled on top of everything, and then it’s rolled up in a tortilla to create a savory wrap to enjoy.
Ranch sauce is made by mixing together mayo and sour cream to create the base of the sauce.
Chives, parsley, dill, garlic powder, onion powder, Worcestershire sauce, salt and pepper are added to the dipping sauce and mixed together.
Ranch sauce needs to be refrigerated for at least 30 minutes prior to using to let the herbs infuse into sauce.
Sriracha mayo is a spicy, tangy mayo based sauce that brings the heat to your wrap!
Sriracha mayo is made by adding fresh lemon juice, minced garlic, honey, and sriracha sauce to mayo.
Shrimp wraps are made by smearing sriracha mayo over a tortilla, and then placing cooked shrimp, shredded cabbage, and avocado slices on top. Drizzle with a bit more sauce, and enjoy this spicy shrimp wrap.
Tuna wraps are made by using sriracha mayo to coat the tuna pieces. Dices celery and onion are added to make the tuna salad part of the wrap.
To assemble the tuna wrap, place leaves of lettuce on top of a tortilla wrap. Add a bit of tuna salad on top of the lettuce. Top with slices of tomatoes and spinach leaves. Roll up the tuna wrap and enjoy!
Caesar dressing is a lemon and garlic sauce you can use to make chicken Caesar wraps.
Caesar wraps are easy to make by combining diced chicken, parmesan cheese, croutons (optional), lettuce, and bacon (optional) together in a large bowl.
Add Caesar dressing to the bowl to coat everything in a creamy layer of dressing.
Place the mixture in a tortilla and wrap up and enjoy. You can heat up the chicken if desired to have a warm wrap.
Roasted Garlic Hummus
Roasted garlic hummus is a thick chickpea sauce with hints of garlic, and spicy flavors.
Hummus can be used for tasty veggie wraps.
Veggie wraps can be made by smearing hummus over a tortilla.
Add slices of cucumber, tomatoes, avocados, yellow pepper, and carrots on top of the hummus.
Layer lettuce or spinach on top of the vegetables and drizzle with a bit of hot sauce to finish off the wrap.
Roll up the veggie wrap and enjoy!
Avocado cream sauce is a sauce made out of avocados that is blended with yogurt and herbs to make a tangy, citrusy sauce for wraps.
Avocado cream sauce is made with thick plain yogurt which gives the crema a thick base.
The yogurt mixed with avocado makes the sauce creamy and full bodied. It has a strong lime flavor to the avocado crema that finishes the sauce off well.
Avocado cream sauce is made by combining plain yogurt, avocado, cilantro leaves, minced garlic, fresh lime juice, olive oil, and a little salt in a food processor. To keep the sauce full and thick, the mixture is only “pulsed” in the food processor until it combines.
Avocado cream sauce goes well over shrimp wraps.