Smoky Turkey and Arugula WrapPosted by in Food
I must confess, I did not intend to eat as much of this as I did. But I took one bite, then another, and another and before I knew it, half of this delicious wrap had disappeared. It was slightly smoky, creamy, and had lots of veggies so I didn’t feel too guilty. This is a perfect lunch wrap but is definitely filling enough for dinner. And of course, it’s easy because it bakes in parchment in the oven, meaning no pots to wash! Enjoy!
1/4 lb ground turkey
salt and pepper
1/4 cup shredded smoked Gouda cheese
1/4 cup cooked chopped broccoli
1/4 cup arugula
1 spinach tortilla
1/2 teaspoon Dijon mustard
1 tablespoon plain yogurt
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Mix turkey, salt, pepper, cheese, and broccoli. Mix mustard and yogurt in a separate small bowl. Place the tortilla on the parchment and spread the yogurt mixture all over it. Then press the turkey mix onto the tortilla, covering almost all of it. Sprinkle the arugula on top, then roll up the tortilla. Fold the parchment (see Technique tab) and bake for 20 minutes.
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This looks so good! I’m going shopping this afternoon and will pick up the smoked gouda and spinach tortilla. I’ve never tried them, but the color makes the wrap look more appetizing, doesn’t it?
I really love spinach tortillas. I don’t notice much of a taste difference with them – maybe a little, but it is not overpowering.
This sounds really good! I like the idea of doing something like this in a lettuce wrap, but I never have much luck *wrapping in lettuce.
Love Arugula. Great way to use it, too.
OMG, this looks awesome. I wish I had the ingredients so I could have it for lunch today!
Wow, so the turkey goes in raw and will cook in 20 minutes, no clean-up. I’ve got to try this.
Yes. It’s a very thin layer so it cooks quickly. I love this because everything holds together really well when it’s cooked together.
Sounds delicious. I’ve always liked a good turkey wrap and gouda is one of my faves.
this sounds like a fine combination of flavors — and easy to put together, too.