I made these for lunch twice. The first time with out feta cheese, and the second with feta cheese. With is the way to go! Here's a picture with the feta:
Now, there's a lot more than hummus & avocado & olives & feta in this Mediterranean inspired wrap. Let me show you step by step how I made it:
Top with olives that have been pitted and cut in half. I used Kalamata, olive cured, and green olives from Mount Athos.
Top the avocado with half of a sliced tomato. Season the whole surface with oregano, a little salt and some freshly ground black pepper.
Top the feta with salad greens. There's some baby arugula mixed in there as well. Sprinkle with a little ground Parmesan cheese.
Now comes the time to wrap. Start with the end that has all the vegetables on it, and wrap the sandwich firmly. Remember: you're the boss!
Trim off the edges and cut in half.
Get some parchment paper and some kitchen twine and make two nice parcels of the sandwiches.
Take them with you for lunch. Eat one for lunch and give the other to a friend. Or, save the second piece for the end of the work day, to eat before your drive home. That way you won't be too ravenous when dinner time comes.
Remember: EVERYTHING TASTES BETTER WITH SOME FETA ON IT! BON APPETIT!
I am linking this post to Souper Sundays at Kahakai Kitchen.
Every Sunday, Deb, from "Kahakai Kitchen" has a round up of contributed posts featuring recipes of soup, salad or sandwiches.