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Carrot and Cauliflower Rainbow Wraps

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Carrot and Cauliflower Rainbow Wraps
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Ingredients
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10min
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Print Recipe
Carrot and Cauliflower Rainbow Wraps
Serves
Serves
2
2
Level
Level
Easy
Easy
Ingredients
Ingreds.
9
9
Total
Total
10min
10min

There’s nothing as refreshing as a fresh, crispy veggie wrap. With such a diversity of ingredients, these rainbow wraps are light and yummy, but also super nutritious and healthful.

You can make any sorts of substitutions you like with this highly flexible recipe. Fill your wraps with whatever veggies you’ve got handy. The currants make a particularly nice sweet and tart addition, but you can substitute for raisins or even other dried fruits if you choose.

These wraps are a bit different than most, in that the veggies take the form of a kind of cous cous. The texture of raw veggie cous cous is pretty unique, and is well suited to wraps (or rolls). The tahini helps to tie the “cous cous” together and adds that peculiar sesame flavor the way only tahini can. And then it all gets laid onto a bed of creamy avocado and your favorite deep greens. Mm.

An awesome finger food to invigorate yourself on a warm summer day!

There’s nothing as refreshing as a fresh, crispy veggie wrap. With such a diversity of ingredients, these rainbow wraps are light and yummy, but also super nutritious and healthful.

You can make any sorts of substitutions you like with this highly flexible recipe. Fill your wraps with whatever veggies you’ve got handy. The currants make a particularly nice sweet and tart addition, but you can substitute for raisins or even other dried fruits if you choose.

These wraps are a bit different than most, in that the veggies take the form of a kind of cous cous. The texture of raw veggie cous cous is pretty unique, and is well suited to wraps (or rolls). The tahini helps to tie the “cous cous” together and adds that peculiar sesame flavor the way only tahini can. And then it all gets laid onto a bed of creamy avocado and your favorite deep greens. Mm.

An awesome finger food to invigorate yourself on a warm summer day!

Ingredients
cous cous
wraps
Servings:
Units:
Directions
Prep
5 min
Total
10 min
  1. Add cauliflower and carrot chunks to a food processor and blitz until it gets crumbled.
  2. Scoop it out into a big bowl and mix with the rest of the ingredients.
  3. Add cauliflower mix back to the food processor and blitz again until you get a finely crumbled cous cous looking mix.
  4. To make your wraps simply add 2 TBSP of the cous cous to a leaf (or half a leaf, depending on how big they are), top with few cabbage shreds and 2 avocado slices and then roll it up, tucking one side in so it doesn’t fall apart when you eat it.
  5. Enjoy with cherry tomatoes on the side and with your favorite sweet spicy dip (or the one I suggested above).
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