Kitchen Originals: Turkey Balsamic Wrap

I thought that when I worked from home I’d make elaborate lunches. Now 3 months later, I find that extremely funny. Most days I’m eating scrambled eggs or a bowl of cereal at 2 in the afternoon. You can barely call that lunch. I’m forcing myself to come up with quick yet satisfying lunches filled with veggies. I remembered a sandwich I used to make back in my college days. It goes a little something like this plus some added veggies.

Turkey Balsamic Wrap
makes one wrap 

about 2 tsp. olive oil
dash of oregano
2 thin slices of turkey
a couple slices of sweet onion
a couple slices of red or green pepper
dash of salt
1 wheat tortilla
handful of kale or spinach
balsamic dressing

1. Using a cast iron skillet or a frying pan, turn the heat to medium and add the olive oil and oregano.
2. Once hot, add the turkey, onion, peppers, and dash of salt. Cook until lightly browned, about 3 minutes.
3. Place tortilla on top of the mixture and allow to cook for another minute.
4. Remove from pan. Top with kale, turkey mixture, drizzle of balsamic, and feta. Wrap and serve.


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