Instead of using tortillas to make a wrap, I experimented with using sheets of nori, typically used for sushi. The contents of this wrap could be almost anything, but here I went with a red bean hummus, avocado, arugula, some basil leaves, and sliced red onion. First, the hummus. I love making my own hummus. Store-bought hummus is usually pretty fake tasting, and whipping up a batch is pretty easy given you have a device suitable for pureeing. A blender would work, but is more difficult. If you have a food processor, making your own hummus is a breeze. I really like traditional, chickpea-based hummus, but I made it with red beans and added some cilantro this time for variety. Here is the recipe and the process:
1 can red beans
3 T tahini
Juice of one lemon
3 T olive oil
Pinch or two of salt
1 clove garlic
2/3 cup fresh cilantro
Put all ingredients in a food processor, process until smooth.
Next, prepare the wraps. Put a sheet of nori on a plate, and spread some hummus in the middle. Then, add some basil leaves (optional) and some avocado slices.
Then, add the red onion, and top with argula. (I forgot to take a picture with the arugula on top, but I used about a cup.)
Finally, roll up the nori into a wrap/burrito-like shape, and cut in half for easier eating.