Can someone please come over and clean my apartment?
After camping all weekend and lazily unloading the car, here are a few things I have zero interest in doing today – unpacking, laundry (SO. MUCH. LAUNDRY.), organizing, cleaning, cooking. We just had a long, glorious Labor Day Weekend. How can I be expected to return to real life?
We're keeping today's recipe low-key because I'm a huge fan of easy (especially today) and I'm a huge fan of wraps (especially every day).
I used to make wraps in a simple sort of way. Start with the protein, then add cheese, then toppings, then sauce. That is not the best method – not by a long shot.
As you'll see in the video below, the way to do it is to combine everything for these delicious green goddess tofu wraps on a cutting board, chop it all together, pile it in the tortilla/wrap, add sauce and then wrap. This way, you get an even distribution of ingredients in every. single. bite. Score! 🙌
I could eat these green goddess tofu wraps every day and not get tired of them. For maximum fullness, there is a boatload of protein (hello, sautéed, crispy tofu and chickpeas!) packed inside. Then we've got some of my favorite kinds of crunch – spinach and almonds and onions. All of this magic is mixed together in one of my favorite salad dressings – green goddess. (Yes, it's store-bought. And yes, I contradicted myself.)
We all know, though, the best thing about wraps is that fact that all of the goodness is contained in one handheld vehicle for easy eating. 🙌🙌🙌
Side note – the mixture that goes into these tofu wraps is also very good on its own. It's like a big salad with all of the best things! Aaaaand it stays good in the fridge for 2-3 days, so you can fill many wraps with it.Print Print