Salad wraps

Make your own café-style wrap, so easy to make, and so tasty to eat.

Salad wraps


Makes 2 wraps

2 large wraps or 2 pieces tortilla or flat bread suitable for wraps
2 Tbsp cream cheese, mayonnaise, chutney or hummus spread
4 slices shaved ham
3-4 salad leaves, or spinach, watercress or mesclun leaves
½ red or green capsicum, deseeded and sliced
½ small cucumber, sliced into sticks
1 carrot, sliced into thin strips


Spread both wraps or flat breads lightly with cream cheese or hummus.
Arrange ham and lettuce evenly over both pieces of bread, then add capsicum, cucumber and carrot with most at one end.
Roll up firmly, starting at the end with most filling.
The cream cheese or spread helps to hold the wrap together, so make sure there is some along the last end to be rolled up.

Use this basic technique as a starting point and experiment with different salad vegetables such as celery, tomato, sprouts, baby spinach or avocado. Cooked meats or cheese can be used instead of ham.

Nutrition Information Panel

Per Serving [2 Serves]
Energy 1240kj
Protein 14.1g
Total fat 11.2g
- saturated fat 4.8g
Carbohydrates 32.8g
- sugars 6.6g
Fibre 3.3g
Sodium 1060mg

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