Vegan Beetroot Wrap. Most people think that being a vegan simply means you care about the environment a lot. It. also usually means that you care about the well-being of every animal by not consuming Vegan desserts are very popular these days and many people have started to use them as a. part of their diet. But, the word "vegan" is not always easy to pronounce for everyone, so Vegan Beetroot Wrap.
These vegan wraps are easy-to-make Homemade Beet Tortillas that are also Paleo, AIP-friendly, and gluten-free thanks to cassava flour and beetroot powder. These naturally vegan wraps that are also Paleo, AIP-friendly, and gluten-free are an easy-to-make at-home staple made with the amazing health benefits of beets and cassava flour. Visit CalorieKing to see calorie count and nutrient data for all portion sizes. You can have Vegan Beetroot Wrap using 15 ingredients and 13 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Vegan Beetroot Wrap
- It’s of Beetroot wrap.
- It’s 1 of . Wheat flour – 1 cup.
- Prepare 2 of . Plain flour – 1 tbsp.
- You need 3 of . Rapeseed oil – 1 tbsp.
- You need 4 of . Beetroot juice – 1 cup thicker.
- Prepare 5 of . Baking powder – 1.5 tsp.
- Prepare 6 of . Sugar – 1/2 tsp.
- You need 7 of . Salt – 1 tsp.
- Prepare 8 of . Chia seeds – 1 tsp.
- It’s of For Filling.
- Prepare 1 of . Butternut squash – Steam and pureed 1 cup.
- It’s 2 of . Black beans – 1 cup rinsed.
- Prepare 3 of . Sweetcorn – 1/2 cup.
- You need 4 of . Spinach – 1 cup.
- You need 5 of . Feta cheese – as needed.
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Vegan Beetroot Wrap instructions
- WRAP Sieve all the dry ingredients without lumps and put it in the bowl..
- Make a well in the middle add the puree, water and oil. Mix till it is a nice dry ball. It will be little sticky if you want you can add little more flour..
- Let the flour sit in rest for 20 minutes. Close the dough with towel..
- After 20 minutes divide the balls into equal sizes. On work surface take one dough flatten with hands a bit then roll to thin size using rolling pin. Add some flour over the surface it will be sticky else..
- Heat a roti pan, when it hot put the wrap in the skillet..
- When bubbles starts to come do it to another side. Then again turn over and do it for another side. Don't burn it. Keep this aside. Do it for remaining balls..
- Now wrap is ready. Keep this aside..
- Arranging the wrap Take one wrap keep it on wide plate or keep it on proper well cleaned surface..
- Now take a tbsp of Butternut squash puree and spread over the wrap..
- Now fill the rinsed black beans, sweetcorn..
- Now arrange the spinach like thin bed..
- Finally all some grated cheese to this and fold like a wrap..
- Cut it and serve it. Yummy Beetroot Wrap is ready….. #mycookbook.
Here's a light and healthy lunch idea I hope you'll enjoy as much as we have this week! Thanks for posting these veggie hummus wraps. I've been looking for some healthy options to eat at lunch now that I've decided to become a vegetarian. I think that the beet hummus wrap is a creative way to use beets. Vegan Beetroot Wrap The Vegan Beetroot Wrap is packed with butternut squash