I made these wraps for lunch in self defense. Nearly every day someone in my office orders pizza or fast food, or brings in cake or cookies leftover from the weekend. I find it easiest to avoid those choices if I bring lunch from home. I started making these wraps, and liked them so much that I brought them to the office every day. Clearly the recipe is endlessly adaptable, but if you try it, do add the citrus zest at the end before you wrap it up; that makes all the difference. —drbabs
flatbread or large tortilla
baby spinach and/or arugula
crumbled feta cheese
lemon or lime juice
salt and pepper to taste
marinated artichoke hearts, drained and quartered
kalamata olives, pitted and halved lengthwise
zest of lemon, lime or orange; your choice
In This Recipe
Lay the flatbread or tortilla flat and spread thinly with hummus. Leave a border around the edge so it doesn't squish all over the place.
Toss spinach, cabbage and feta cheese together with olive oil and lemon juice. Salt and pepper to taste. Pile greens on the center of the tortilla. Place the artichoke hearts, capers and olives on top of the greens. Finish with a sprinkling of citrus zest. Wrap up tortilla, cut in half, and either serve immediately or encase it in waxed paper or plastic wrap and pack it in your lunch box.