Wrap it in Perpetual Spinach

A friend and I have been chatting about how much we love wraps, and she’s given them up saying she thinks they’re making her fat.  I sometimes  get  big leaves of perpetual spinachin my veggie box, so decided to use those to make a wrap, rather than a soft flour tortilla.  Delicious.

2009-11-21 Chicago Botanic Garden 5

Grate together:

1/2 small, raw beetroot
1 smallish carrot
1/2 inch of fresh ginger
Mix with 100 grams of cottage cheese, and wrap in 4 large perpetual spinach leaves.

This filling would probably do 1 tightly wrapped, large flour tortilla, so with a side of fruit, it’s a nice light meal.

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2 comments on “Wrap it in Perpetual Spinach
  1. A great idea, and a nice change from bread wraps. Love it!

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