Paneer (Indian Cottage Cheese) Veggie Wrap Recipe | Vegetarian Wraps
I love-making wraps because my kids love eating them. So I experiment with various veggie wrap combinations. I will be sharing them all here as and when I make them at home. The best part about wraps are that they are quick and easy option for snacks, lunch or dinner. You can give your picky kids all those healthy options in the form of wraps but be a little smart mum by adding few of their favorite stuff too. So it’s going to be a win- win situation for both :). I do a mix and match of various veggies both cooked and uncooked.
Since I am dealing with two teenagers, I am always at a look out for healthy options for them. This recipe is one of my family’s favorite. I used mission 6- Grain wrap here, the super food combination of 6 differant grains – sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, oats, rye, linseeds and wholemeal brans, it is defintely a choice for those seeking healthier alternatives to regular white bread or rice and I love using these for my wraps.
To make the wraps little creamier I have added a dollop of greek yogurt and trust me it works really well and gives a creamy texture to the wraps. Alternatively you can replace yogurt to mayonnaise or hummus. And if you want you can make it totally desi Indian style by using tomato ketchup with mint tamarind chutney, some days my wraps are totally desi and I love them. So let’s get started.
- 4 Wraps – 8 inch ( you can use whole wheat chapatis too, I used Mission 6- Grain wraps )
- 1 cup Paneer (Indian Cottage Cheese ) Masala ( Cooked ) – click here to the paneer masala recipe
- Handful Lettuce leaves
- 4-5 Baby Radish sliced thinly
- 4-5 Cherry Tomatoes sliced
- 2 – 3 tablespoons Greek Yogurt
- Salt and Pepper to taste
- Chilli Flakes to sprinkle
- Few Mint Leaves
- Remove Wrap from the pack, heat up a pan to moderate heat and place a piece of Mission 6-Grain Wrap on it. Flip in about a minute or so to warm up both sides of the wrap. Remove the wrap from heat and place it on a plate. Alternatively you can make a fresh chapati and use it as a wrap.
- Lay out the wraps and place lettuce and mint leaves on each of them, top it up generously with the paneer masala. Please click here to see how to prepare PANEER MASALA.
- Divide the veggies evenly among the wraps, season with salt, pepper, chilli flakes. If preferred then squeeze some fresh lime juice on each. Add a dollop of greek yogurt (optional) for extra creamy texture.
- Roll each wrap slowly and carefully, serve immediately with additional veggies and yogurt on the side.