Healthy lunch recipe










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Wraps are great. Great for on the go, for a quick snack in between meals or for healthy resolutions. Our rainbow wraps are as colorful as the rainbow. Filled with crunchy vegetables, crispy tofu and a creamy peanut sauce. Everything wrapped in the fluffiest flatbread you can imagine. With our vegan baking mix you can not only prepare pancakes, but also these delicious, gluten-free wraps.

Nutritional values: (pro Portion)

ingredients



Person

people



For the wrap:

80
g

80
ml

water

120
ml

Oat milk, unsweetened

1.5
TL

Vegetable oil (e.g. Coconut oil)


For the filling:

50
g

Smoked tofu

0.5

Bell pepper, orange (or yellow)

100
g

Red cabbage

100
g

cucumber

0.5

Avocado

3
Stems

Coriander, fresh (or mint)


For the peanut sauce:

2
HE

2
HE

soy sauce

1
HE

Agave syrup (or maple syrup)

1

lime

1

clove of garlic

preparation

  • Add the Protein Pancakes Mix and Water to a bowl. Use a whisk to make a smooth dough.

  • Heat 1 teaspoon of oil in a non-stick pan. Pour in half of the dough and bake a thin crepe over medium heat for 3-4 minutes.

  • It is best to turn the crepe with the help of a flat plate. First let the crepe slide onto the plate and then place the inside of the pan on the plate and turn everything 180 degrees. Bake for another 2-3 minutes.

  • Now fry a second crepe in the pan. Also place on the plate and cover with a kitchen towel.

  • Leave the pan on the hotplate and add the remaining coconut oil.

  • Cut the smoked tofu into slices. Cut the bell pepper into strips. Fry both in the pan for 4-5 minutes.

  • In the meantime, cut the red cabbage into fine strips and place in a bowl. Halve the lime and squeeze the juice of one half over the red cabbage. Salt and pepper. Massage in briefly with your hands.

  • Also cut the cucumber and avocado into strips. Chop the garlic. Remove the leaves from the coriander.

  • For the peanut sauce, mix the peanut butter, soy sauce, agave syrup, juice from the other half of the lime and garlic in a small bowl.

  • Now the Rainbow Wraps can be put together: Put the filling in the middle of the crêpes. Drizzle with peanut sauce. Fold over the left and right sides and then roll everything up from below.

  • Good Appetite!

Our tip

The filling of the Rainbow Wraps can of course be changed. Just use what you already have in your fridge anyway. In addition to the ingredients we use, you can pack the following in the Rainbow Wraps: Mango, salads, carrots, spring onions, beetroot, beans, corn, tempeh, etc.

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