Mixed with walnut pieces and some crumbled Stilton. ‘Dumped’ on a bed of greens – spinach or lamb’s lettuce, rocket would be too strong for this salad combination. Not pictured – sorry! But sweet and savoury, crunchy and most enjoyable. Very flavoursome.
Why aren’t there more lovely salad mixes for eating out…?
This time last year I was enjoying brie and cranberry wraps.
This year I fancied a variation on a theme – cranberry with turkey and stuffing, spinach for nutriton factor. A little mayo to wet the bread Lashings of cranberry with juicy, fat berries. Not home-made.
Just another idea for a wrap, and a little more Christmas(not that I need the festive season as an excuse to eat certain foods…). I made some Cranberry Sauce and included it in this wrap for a lunch.
A large handful of spinach leaves, a good dollop of Cranberry Sauce(I love cranberries) and some tasty brie rolled up in a wholemeal tortilla wrap. The Cranberry Sauce was very sharp but the mix was good. And included a portion of veg. I count the cranberries too, although I’m sure many would question that! But every little helps one’s health.
I’ve also had this wrap hot, toasted in the frying pan – melty brie is good!
Do you have any interesting combinations involving cranberries?
I love wraps for lunches…and for an evening meal too, for that matter! They are so versatile – they can be served hot, cold, microwaved, cooked in a pan, filled with whatever-in-the-world-you-like! They’re easy to transport. And for some reason, I feel like I’m having something special to eat.
I’ve had this wrap for lunch for a couple days recently.
It’s so colourful! Filled with a spread of mayonnaise, some spinach leaves, slices of apple, some crumbled Stilton and some broken pieces of walnut.
This is delicious, full of flavour, savoury and sweet together – which is one of my favourites – and with crunchy textures. Extra fixes of fruit & veg – yay! And some carbs, but not from the heaviness of bread. I always use wholemeal tortilla wraps for an extra fibre boost, and I find them less doughy than the plain ones. Wrapped up in tinfoil to transport, they keep their rolled shape and the filling doesn’t fall out. It all squidges together a bit, and makes it easier to eat.