I haven't let up on my breakfast experiments, I've just been noodling around with breakfast wraps this last month. My formula is to fry up some veges, maybe an egg or some tofu, heat up a tortilla in the same pan, then wrap it all up with some herbs or condiments. I like 'em best with a glass of orange juice.
My first one, pictured above, featured a fried egg, barbecue sauce, sprouts, caramelised onions, and coriander.
That warranted some adaptation: next I cooked the tofu and cabbage with garlic powder and chickpea flour and topped it all with date and lime chutney.
When I found myself with eggs again, I teamed them with more cabbage, hoisin sauce and my newly purchased shichimi togarashi. A day later, I added in some shiro miso for extra flavour.
Finally, I skipped the frypan, grilling some cheddar and tomato onto the wraps and folding them around spinach and rocket leaves.
Most days a breakfast wrap takes no more than 10 minutes and they're handy for using up fridge scraps. That's reason enough to work them into my breakfast schedule. All the better that there's a bit of variety amongst them and most taste terrific!
Got any brekkie wrap tips or winning fillings? I can't help thinking that I should be working more beans into the mix.