I'm going to keep using the brown rice tortillas for pizzas, but I think for a wrap I'm switching to rice paper. Love them! The past two days we've been making these cute veggie spring rolls with the rice paper, and having so much fun. The girls take their positions at the kitchen island and enjoy dropping the rice paper into the warm water. We wait several seconds, then I lift them out and we start to assemble. Mostly Zoe assembles, and Ashley eats the carrots and cabbage off the cutting board :-)
The trick is to wrap them as tightly as you can, and keep all the ingredients long. The first time we made them I finely chopped the lettuce and the carrots, so as we ate they fell out. Live and learn :-)
I've been dipping the rolls, but I think from now on I'm going to pour my sauce in before rolling it up. This sauce (above) that I made today was:
1 tsp tamari sauce
1 tbs almond butter
2 tbs sesame oil
2 tsp Vegenaise grapeseed oil
and a pinch of garlic powder
I just dropped all of the above ingredients into a glass jar (which came from buying jam and now is reused over and over), screwed the lid on tight, and gave it a good shaking.
Next I think I'm going to make some bean burritos with these rice papers and see how they turn out.