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Mediterranean Veggie Wrap-SaddleBrooke Ranch

Mediterranean Veggie Wrap with Olive Feta Dressing

Mary LeCompteSaddleBrooke Ranch 

 

 

  • 2oz. fresh spinach
  • 4 slices cucumber (thin slices)
  • 3 tomato slices
  • 3 red onion rings
  • 2oz. roasted portabella mushroom (julienne)
  • 2 oz. red and green bell pepper (thin julienne)
  • 1oz. kalamata olives (sliced)
  • 2 oz feta cheese (crumbled)
  • 1 tomato basil wrap

 

 

Olive Feta Dressing

 

 

  • ¼  C rice wine vinegar
  • ½  tsp. kosher salt
  • ½ tsp. white pepper
  • ¼ tsp dry mustard
  • 1 tsp. fresh chopped garlic
  • 2 T. sugar
  • ¼ C. kalamata olives

 

Place dressing ingredients in a blender and process for 10 seconds. 

 

  • ¾ C olive oil

 

While blender is running drizzle olive oil thru to.

 

  • ¼ C. feta cheese

 

Pulse blender 3 to 4 times

 

Place spinach on wrap and drizzle with dressing. Add cucumber, tomato, peppers and onion.  Lightly drizzle with dressing.  Top with olives and feta.  Fold ends of wrap in and roll burrito style.  Cut in half and serve.

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