Roasted (Or Grilled) Vegetable Wraps

Roasted (Or Grilled) Vegetable Wraps created by Guadalupe W.

The base of this roll-up is a garlicky spinach spread. A perfect condiment for roasted or grilled vegetables. Use your favorite combination of vegetables.

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  • Preheat oven to 450°F.
  • In a large roasting pan or rimmed baking sheet, combine all vegetables, salt, pepper and oil; toss until well combined.
  • Roast for 35-40 minutes, or until tender.
  • Meanwhile, make garlicky spinach spread by placing spinach and garlic into food processor. Grind together.
  • Add mayonnaise, oil and parmesan. Process until combined. Season with salt and pepper to taste.
  • Spread tortilla with spinach spread. Top with vegetables. Roll up and enjoy!
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"The base of this roll-up is a garlicky spinach spread. A perfect condiment for roasted or grilled vegetables. Use your favorite combination of vegetables."

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  1. SandwichQueen
    These were so delicious! I had some asparagus so I added that to the roasted veggies. Also, I cut all of mine into strips instead of cubing them (except the mushrooms). The sauce was delicious; I only used 2 cloves of garlic. So nice and easy and made a great lunch to take to work the next day!
  2. Guadalupe W.
    Roasted (Or Grilled) Vegetable Wraps Created by Guadalupe W.
  3. Guadalupe W.
    Roasted (Or Grilled) Vegetable Wraps Created by Guadalupe W.
  4. Guadalupe W.
    Roasted (Or Grilled) Vegetable Wraps Created by Guadalupe W.
  5. Guadalupe W.
    I made this wraps for the Big Game. I have uploaded pictures (forthcoming). I made with vegetables, I added carrots in thin strips too. I roasted all in the oven with olive oil, salt and pepper. I doubled the dressing which was great. I used frozen spinach which was easy and still fine. We made it nice and garlicky. It is great as a dip with crackers. I used rectangular lavash flatbread, some I cut in two at a diagonal, and I made a platter of pinwheels by cutting rolls in six slices. Nice alternative for my friend who cannot eat protein. Will make again. Tx
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