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Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Dukkah-coated turkey wraps

If you were wondering what else could you make using the delicious dukkah blend, here's an idea. We like coating chicken or turkey strips with it and baking them till they're crispy, then using them in a warm crunchy wrap alongside fresh salad and a creamy dressing (like guacamole, mayonnaise or even hummus if you want to keep the Middle-Eastern themed flavors).
The nicest thing about this is that it's very fast to make, easy to pack up and thus ideal to be prepared as a office snack. Just make it the evening before and take it with you in a box, it keeps so well you'll enjoy it as if freshly made :)

Last year: Sweet pumpkin roast and Simple wellness salad with potatoes, apple, feta and egg.

Ingredients (makes 2):
  • 200-250 g turkey breast 
  • 1 egg
  • 25 g flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • some dukkah (about 50 g) (recipe here)
  • 2 tortillas or pita bread
  • a couple of tablespoons of guacamole or mayo or hummus (if you want to keep it Middle-Eastern)
  • fresh salad leaves (about 50 g)
  • 5-6 cherry tomatoes

Preheat oven to 220 degrees C. Cut the turkey breast into strips. Beat the egg and season it with salt and pepper. Spread the flour on a plate and mix it with the garlic powder. Spread the dukkah on another plate.

Line a baking tray with baking sheet. Dredge the turkey strips through the flour, then the egg and then the dukkah. Place them on the baking sheet:

Let them bake for 25 minutes until golden and crispy. Make sure they're not still raw inside before you remove from the oven (shouldn't be, but make sure, maybe you've cut them too thick or something). Meanwhile, heat the tortillas or pitas or flat-breads and spread some sauce on them (we used mayo):

Top with the salad leaves and chopped cherry tomatoes. When the turkey strips are ready, add them too (one or two per wrap, depending on the tortilla size):

First fold one end of the wrap towards the center, then roll them into a cone. Make it stay wrapped by using some alu-folie on the folded end (or waxed paper and a lace or something similar). Your wraps are ready. Dig in now or store in the fridge and take them to work. Either way, enjoy ! :)

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