Easy Recipes for Handheld MealsBook - 1998
What's the difference between a wrap and a burrito? The burrito was invented in northern Mexico as a convenient way for cowboys to pack a lunch. Filled with traditional Mexican ingredients, it's become practically a staple food. A wrap, on the other hand, is like a burrito with frequent flier miles. International flavor? That's just the beginning -- wraps accept no limitations in the pursuit of delicious variety. Why not try an Italian wrap with pine nuts and bell pepper? Or a Thai wrap flavored with ginger and curry? Why not an eggs Benedict wrap? Painless to prepare and packed with flavor, wraps make a great breakfast on the go, lunch at the park, or quick dinner. From Cajun spice to vegetarian delights, Wraps features dozens of recipes for festive combinations and extraordinary fillings that will change forever the way you think about burritos. Isn't it time you embraced the greater potential of the tortilla?
Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : Chronicle Books, 1998.
Characteristics: 108 p. :,col. ill. ;,21 x 23cm.