These wraps are so easy to make and they cook in a couple of minutes. They are perfect for when you want to make something fresh and quick for dinner. The recipe makes 2- 3 wraps depending on the size. They keep well in the fridge for a day or two, and also freeze well; just warm them up quickly in a dry pan when needed. They are brilliant served with fajita spiced vegetables, curries and stews.
100g Fate Low Protein All Purpose Mix
1/3 tsp salt
1/3 tsp baking powder 3 tsp oil 50ml cold water & a little extra 1-2 drops of browning extra Fate Low Protein All Purpose Mix to roll out
Mix the Fate Low Protein All Purpose Mix, salt, and baking powder in a bowl. Use a baby’s bottle to measure the 50mls of water and add the browning. Pour this into the bowl and add the oil. Use a large metal spoon and quickly mix. At this stage it will look dry and won’t come together, so add just a little more water, but only 1 tsp at a time. (You shouldn’t need much more water so be careful). It might be best to use your hands to bring it together into a dough. It should be quite firm.
Place the dough onto the work surface and knead it a few times until smooth. It shouldn’t stick at all, but if it does, just use a tiny dusting of Fate Low Protein All Purpose Mix to help. Heat a frying pan over a medium heat. Do not put in any oil.
Take about a third of the mixture and make it into a ball with your hands. Place it down on to the work surface. Dust very lightly with Fate Low Protein All Purpose Mix (you won’t need much at all). Use a rolling pin to roll out the dough into a circle, about 2-3 mm thick and about 17-18cm in diameter. If you want to, trim the edges with a knife or use a saucepan lid or bowl to cut it into a perfect circle.
You should be able to lift the wrap up easily to place it into the hot frying pan. Turn the heat up to cook the wrap. You should see bubbles form on the surface within a few seconds. Leave to cook for 20-30 seconds then turn over to cook for another 20-30 seconds. It is important that you don’t overcook the wraps so that they are soft and supple. They should easily fold without breaking. When cooked, wrap loosely in kitchen paper or foil. Use as required.