BLT Turkey Wraps
BLT Turkey Wraps are the ideal remedy for boredom during lunch. This simple wrap recipe is ideal for getting lunch on the move with a little amount of bacon prep work!
BLT Turkey Wraps Ingredients
- 1 burrito-sized
- 10-inch flour tortilla
- 1 tablespoon ranch
- 2 leaves of lettuce
- 1/4 pound of sliced deli turkey
- 2 cooked bacon slices;
- 1/4 tomato and 1/4 avocado, both thinly sliced
- Place a flour tortilla over the ranch dressing.
- Place the ranch dressing on top of the lettuce.
- Over the lettuce, place the turkey on one half of the wrap.
- Place the turkey on top of the bacon.
- Be careful not to cover the edges as you add the vegetables.
- Wrap the tortilla tightly, starting with the side with the filling and folding the ends under.
- Use twine, foil, toothpicks, plastic wrap, or parchment paper to secure your turkey wraps. Until you’re ready to serve them, place them in an airtight plastic bag or container and store them in the refrigerator.
- They will keep for a few days in the fridge if you follow the instructions above, keeping the veggies dry and skipping the ranch.
- The avocado might be sufficient to maintain the interior’s moisture if made ahead of time and without the ranch. Ranch is best served as a side dip.
- Try to keep the edges clear when rolling your wrap because those areas will be folded and tucked under. It’s also helpful to keep in mind to keep things slightly to one side so you can roll with everything tightly together. It might be tempting to put the fillings in the middle of the wrap, but doing so will make it harder to seal everything and keep the ends in place.
- This recipe’s ease of customization is another thing I adore about it! I adore the traditional combination of bacon, lettuce, and tomato, but you can easily alter it by omitting one component. Try various flavors of turkey, such as honey roasted, leftover Thanksgiving, or spicy buffalo. Using a flavored wrap also allows for quick flavor changes. Changing the condiments is my favorite way to spice up this meal. I adore traditional ranch, but it’s nice to occasionally experiment with mayo and mustard.