Lasang Pinoy, Sundays #37: Deli Wraps

“It’s a WRAP!” is this week’s theme for Lasang Pinoy, Sundays (La.Pi.S).  I was tempted to do a post on Chipotle, where we had dinner last Valentine’s Day with our friends.  But I decided against it because as much as I possibly can, I like posting products of my kitchen adventures, at least, as far as La.Pi.S. is concerned.

When I woke up this morning, I went straight to the kitchen to do some wrapping that would be ready just in time for breakfast. ;)  I got the pack of tortillas from the pantry. From the fridge, I got the pack of oven roasted turkey, a bag of spinach, cheese slices and mayo and came up with this…

I don’t know why I haven’t thought of making wraps before, when it’s one of the simplest things that can be done in the kitchen. I usually only buy tortillas to go with the roasted chicken we buy from the supermarket and wrap pieces of it ala El Pollo Loco.  Hee hee.


Smooth-lookin’ deli-wraps…as if they were just taken out of rock tumblers.

To make these deli wraps, simply spread some mayo on a tortilla and layer your favorite deli meat (turkey for me), favorite greens (spinach in this case) and favorite cheese slice (I used Swiss!) . :)  Then roll up the tortilla and place each one on a piece of waxed paper with the seam side down.  Roll it up and twist the end of the waxed paper as you would a candy wrapper.  Slice in half then serve. ;)

The possibilities are endless!  One can have this any time of the day, breakfast, lunch, dinner or as a snack.  It’s not only a wrap but it’s sarap (yummy), too!  :D

Have a great weekend, y’all!  Mabuhay! :)

ps: I was so busy last week that I totally missed celebrating Cafe Munchkin’s first blog anniversary.  I’ll make it up to this blog and it’s, what, five readers? next week.  We’ll have a little celebration. Give aways are in order! Hint!  Hint! ;)


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11 Responses to “Lasang Pinoy, Sundays #37: Deli Wraps”

  1. Pinky says:

    Reader #1 reporting for duty po, Chef Weng! Hehehe! :lol: Happy 1st year anniversary to your fabulous kusina!

    You said it – your entry is definitely wrap-sarap!

    Hope you and Abby feel better soon… Mwah!!!

    Pinkys last blog post..LaPiS: Eat’s a Wrap!

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  2. Gizelle says:

    Second to Pinky naman ako lagi o! lol.

    Wow Congrats on the first year!!! At ang ganda ng presentation ha…I also find wraps easier to prepare…depends though whats inside, could be messy to eat…I do this with tramezzini…now thats one I forgot to include!

    Happy weekend!

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  3. ces says:

    aye aye! captain! happy first to Cafe Munchkin!!!!weeeh!!!! this was M’s idea naman when i asked him last night, on a slightly different take…ewan ko ba, pag gising ko mango at panutsa ang bigla kong naisip hehe:)but i will def do it soon!:) hey, get well to you and abby! drink lots!!!

    cess last blog post..Lasang Pinoy, Sundays: EATS a WRAP

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  4. Julie says:

    I haven’t tried doing wraps at home, na-inspire naman ako sa ginawa mo, Weng :)

    More wrap sarap and more anniversaries to this blog!

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  5. Zriz says:

    Oh wow! That is healthy and yummy!

    Happy Blogversary Mommy Munchkin!

    Zrizs last blog post..Eats a Wrap!

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  6. anya says:

    yey, i’m no.5, does that mean a giveaway is already on my way *lol*?

    lovey shots and yummy food, hope we’re neighbors so i can sample some.

    anyas last blog post..Plato Wraps (Lasang Pinoy Sundays)

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  7. iska says:

    Wow! Wrap sarap talaga! You just gave me another idea for packed lunch…

    And happy birthday to your blog!

    iskas last blog post..Chicken Tortilla Wraps

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  8. Lynn says:

    I like the color combination…dainty. :D The presentation’s very nice to think it was just for breakfast created by throwing in what’s available.

    Lynns last blog post..Milkfish Springrolls

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  9. miriam says:

    great great idea! love the pyramid of rolls and the colors of turkey, spinach, cheese and tortilla. will try this.

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  10. Jescel says:

    i love it.. so pretty and so healthy (i’d use a whole wheat wrap to make it even healthier)… man, this looks like professionally done! :o)

    Jescels last blog post..Involtini Of Beef

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  11. abby says:

    looks good weng! ako naman i’m not too keen on turkey since feeling ko medyo bland. however, it’s healthy kaya i try to give it a shot pa rin. lately i’ve been doing salad pita wraps for myself, nakiki-diet kuno, hehe.

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