By Derf on January 28, 2003
Photo by Derf
Photo by Derf
"Entry for the Ready Set Cook #3 contest. This wrap makes a great take along lunch because there is no dressing to sog it up. The cumin Cream Cheese, sweetened with grated carrot is all the dressing needed. Wonderful crisp lunch!"
Serving Size: 1 (294 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Good basic wrap. It didn't get soggy in my lunch bag but it did seem a little dry. I think next time I would add just a tad of well drained salsa to make it a bit moister. "
"This is WONDERFUL!! I used fat free cream cheese and didn't miss a thing!! I will make this alot it is just delicious!"
"My DH really liked this and I welcomed it as a nice change of pace for the lunch sack. I prepared all of the ingredients on Sunday, and made 2 wraps each on Monday and Tuesday mornings. The cream cheese, carrot and cumin spread really melded and improved with age. We'll be enjoying this again. Thanks for posting!"
"I admit I was surprised by how good this tasted. The cumin really gave it that extra something that brought it all together. I didn't need to improve on it or anything, the recipe was delicious just the way it was originally written. :)"
"This was so good! Fast & easy & I loved the cumin. I also used fat free cream cheese, iceberg lettuce & red onion instead of the pepper & nuts (got plenty of crunch from the onions!). Thanks so much for sharing this!"
"Great, non sticky non soggy. Keeps for hours."
"This lunch looks really good! I am not able to make it at this moment-I don't have all of the ingredients but I will definitely get them for this. I love these kinds of sandwiches, with tomato, looks a little dry though."
"Left out the chicken and it was still yummy! Thanks!"
"This is such a great idea for a very healthy lunch, and so versatile too! The cumin/cream cheese combo really makes this recipe. I use low fat cream cheese and low carb tortillas and make my wrap with carrot, lettuce, red onion, semi dried tomatoes and a little cheese - delicious and very good for you! Thanks for posting such an ace recipe!"
"Made this last nite along with a spicy peanut soup. There was four of us and I doubled the recipe. Made two changes due to what I had on hand. Had made a ground lamb dish for a friend so I use some of that meat. Also I didn't have any pine nuts but did have ground almonds, which I used. I'm trying to stop eating meat but recipes like this delish one is hindering me. Great job,Derf!"
"This is a GREAT, light lunch. I cut everything up the evening before and it was delicious. We even forgot the chicken. A+ lunch idea! "