I had an amazing wrap at the Urkult festival I attended a few weeks back. You can read more about it in this post, and my festival food thoughts in general. The base was pretty much a beet salad, some soy lightly fried soy strips (I normally try to stay away from processed food but sometimes I abandon that rule, especially for some plain soy “meat”), a tzatziki and some cabbage. This is my try at recreating it, in my own style. Its to early for beets here, they aren’t more than a few centimeters big. so making a beet salad was out of they way. The carrots on the other hand, they were just great in size. And luckily I visited my friends plantation during my vacation and got some small cucumbers for the tzatziki. She just started growing vegetables commercially this spring. It’s great to see how far she has gotten, especially if you think about the fact that she does everything by hand, no machines, no pesticide.
The warp I had was with traditional Swedish flatbrad, made in the north. I didn’t have any at hand so I decided for a salad plate instead, with some regular wholegrain bread on the side. The bread was 100% wholegrain, not the wholegrain bread you can buy at the supermarket, labeled as wholegrain but only containing something like 20-30%, the rest white flour. If you want a warp but can’t find the Swedish flatbread, you can alway go for a tortilla or similar. Or bake your own! I will make them next time I’m hungry for a wrap.
So Tzaziki, carrot, and some fried soy. Let’s go!
- 4 carrots
- 2 lacto fermented cucumbers (or pickled), they are vegan.
- Half of a red onion
- 1 apple
- 2 tbsp coconut milk
- t tsp oil
- 1 tsp dill
- salt and pepper to taste
- Start by cutting the carrots into small dices and steam them, make sure not to overcook them. Shock them in an ice bath when done.
- Lightly fry the cut unions with the oil in a frying pan.
- Cut the cucumbers and the apple in dices as well.
- Mix everything in a big bow, season with salt and pepper.
- 2 small cucumbers
- 1 cup yoghurt, I used a vegan soy based version
- ½ lemon
- salt and pepper
- Grate the cucumbers
- Mix everything, and season to taste
- 1 cup dry soy-meat
- ½ red onion
- 1 tbsp tomato puree
- 1 tbsp oil
- 1 pinch cinnamon
- 1 tbsp dry sage
- 3 drops liquid smoke
- 1 tbsp tamari
- 2 tsp apple cider vinegar
- Start by boiling the soy meat in water, ad water to the pan so it covers the dry meat. Boil for a few minutes until soft. Drain.
- Fry the onion in the oil, until soft and a little darker, soy meat. Fry for a few minutes. Ad the rest of the ingredients. and fry until you get a nice crunchy layer, add more oil if needed but make sure the oil doesn't start to smoke.
- Season of with salt and pepper
Put everything on a plate or in a wrap! Enjoy!