I have listed my favorite Wrap ingredients here. Add in your own. Put some or all of the ingredients out buffet style and let everyone create his or her own wrap. You can’t go wrong!
Smaller tortillas for smaller appetites
For the younger crowd
Peanut butter or almond butter
To Make It:
Select your Wrap stuffings and either buy them (easier) or make them (delicious, though more time consuming).
Cut up the chicken into bite-size pieces.
For the tempeh, crumble it. Mist a skillet and put it on the stove over medium. Add the crumbled tempeh, plus salt and pepper to taste. Cook, stirring occasionally, until hot.
If you want raw vegetables, just cut them up into approximately ½-inch pieces. If you want to cook some of them—such as the onion, yellow squash, zucchini, broccoli, cauliflower—then put a skillet over medium heat, mist or add ½ tablespoon of olive oil, and dump the veggies in. If you want them all separate, then wipe out the skillet and mist again between each veggie. Sauté until slightly tender. This should take 3 to 10 minutes, depending on the volume of veggies.
Put all stuffing choices in separate bowls on the counter. Put tortillas on one end and have everyone go through and make his own wrap. Put plastic zipper bags or foil at the end, with a magic marker so each person can write his name for easy identification at the picnic site.
None included for this recipe since the variations are endless.