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Make this for: Lunch
This Recipe Makes: 4 Serving(s)
So much more healthful than a traditional Tuna Salad Sandwich is this Tuna Salad Wrap!
What you'll need
1 canwater-packed white tuna, drained (6.5 ounces)
1 smallcarrot, shredded
1/4 cupfinely chopped celery
1/4 cupfinely chopped green pepper
1/2 tbsp.dried chives or chervil
3 tbsp.nonfat mayonnaise
1 dashsalt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste
4 medflour tortillas (8-inch)
4 tbsp.nonfat cream cheese
4 medwell-dried leaves of leafy green lettuce slightly smaller than a tortilla
1/2 cupshredded reduced-fat cheddar cheese
4 medsprigs fresh mint, cilantro, or flat-leaf parsley
Step 1 In small bowl, combine tuna, carrot, celery, green pepper, chives and enough mayonnaise to make a moist (but not wet) salad. Add salt and freshly ground pepper to taste.
Step 2 On each tortilla, spread a thin layer of cream cheese (about 1 tablespoon) across the center two-thirds of tortilla`s surface, leaving a 2-inch margin along edges. Center 1 lettuce leaf on top of each tortilla. Press leaf into cream cheese.
Step 3 Spread one-fourth of the tuna salad firmly over each lettuce leaf, leaving a 2-inch margin at top and bottom of each tortilla. Sprinkle one-fourth of cheese over each tortilla and top with sprig of fresh mint or other fresh herb.
Step 4 Fold the bottom of the tortilla up to cover the top of the filling. Fold in the two sides a quarter-inch. Roll tortilla up, holding side folds in. Roll wraps tightly and as firmly as possible to ensure packets stays closed. Tightly seal each in plastic wrap and refrigerate until ready to serve or pack. Wraps made without wet ingredients can keep for 24 hours or more without getting soggy.