Recipe: Tasty Tapioca Wraps

PALEO-FRIENDLY. GLUTEN FREE. DAIRY FREE. SOY FREE. NUT FREE

*CONTAINS EGGS AND FODMAPS

One thing about a wholefoods, paleo-style approach to eating means that gluten and wheat containing products like bread or wraps are cleared out of the humble paleo pantry, never to be seen, looked at or eaten again! Some of us may have attachment issues, but for me, I don’t really miss the not-so-humble bread roll, sandwich, wrap, etc. The symptoms I get and the potential health issues as a result of regular consumption are just not worth it for me.

However, every now and then it can be fun to roll up some delicious chicken, meat and veggies into a portable, handheld delight, like these wraps I am sharing with you today, which are free from wheat, gluten and other undesirable things. Not only can you use them as wraps, they can also double as tortillas or even crepes. They are even delicious and satisfying on their own! I’ll leave this up to you! 🙂

Ingredients (makes 6 wraps, approx. 20cm)

2 eggs

70g tapioca flour (you can substitute this for arrowroot, if necessary)

2 teaspoons coconut flour

2 teaspoons coconut oil, melted (or melted ghee if dairy is ok for you)

Pinch Himalayan pink salt or sea salt

2 tablespoons water, preferably filter

 

 

Method

Prep time: 5 minutes

Making time: 20 minutes

In a medium-sized bowl, crack the eggs, start whisking and add in water and melted coconut oil as you whisk.

Then add all your dry ingredients; coconut flour, tapioca flour and salt. Stir well to combine the mixture.

In a small fry pan (approx. 20cm) on medium heat, pour in about 1/6 batter and roll it around immediately to make sure it is evenly spread throughout the pan. While it cooks, the wrap should start to pull away and slightly fluff up.

Allow to cook for approximately 1 minute on each side.

Do the same with the remaining batter.

To your cooked wrap, add your favourite ingredients down the middle, fold up each side, roll up and devour!

If you have any that you are going to save for another time, allow the wraps to completely cool and store in an airtight glass container.

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