TVP burrito – tender chunks of ancho-spiced soy protein (Hot Beans, Toronto, Canada)

This was really enjoyable, the sauce packed a punch of flavour and the TVP had a great texture though after a while the chewiness got a bit tiresome.

TVP burrito – tender chunks of ancho-spiced soy protein (Hot Beans, Toronto, Canada)

This was really enjoyable, the sauce packed a punch of flavour and the TVP had a great texture though after a while the chewiness got a bit tiresome.

Burger, sweet potato and pepper wrap with hot sauce (Home meal)

My second visit to Le Commensal, this time the branch off St Catherine Street (Montreal, Canada)

Delicious seitan bourguignon over rice, roast cauliflower, mini wrap and salad.

Grilled falafel hummus wrap (Second Cup, Quebec City, Canada)

Grilled falafel hummus wrap (Second Cup, Quebec City, Canada)

Halloumi wrap with baked fries and slaw (Leon, Strand)

Highly recommend this wrap. Much better than the halloumi burger. I’m craving it again already. 

The baked fries are lovely and crisp but the slaw was a real let down - bland and full of peas (why?!)

Halloumi wrap with baked fries and slaw (Leon, Strand)

Highly recommend this wrap. Much better than the halloumi burger. I’m craving it again already.

The baked fries are lovely and crisp but the slaw was a real let down - bland and full of peas (why?!)

Vegan salad wrap (Greenwich Market)

This was a really delicious wrap. As you can see in the pictures there were a lot of components in this wrap; everything you see on the table went into it. Hummus, beans, bulgar wheat, coleslaw, sweet potato, tomato sauce, lentils, the list goes on. Great value at around £5, this is a meal in a wrap.

An experimental fajita that paid off. Here’s the order of composition:
1. Toast the tortilla in a hot pan
2. Liberally squiggle with sriracha
3. Sprinkle with a small handful of grated cheddar cheese
4. Now add the main component: sautéed tofu cubes, mixed pulses, sliced mushroom and onions, seasoned with cumin, smoked paprika, salt and pepper. 
5. Squeeze a wedge of lime over the pile and drizzle with your favourite salsa or hot sauce (I used Heinz green chili sauce)
6. Top with mixed leaves, tuck and roll
7. If you want to serve it tidy, skewer it with a toothpick - just remember to take it out when you start wolfing it down

An experimental fajita that paid off. Here’s the order of composition:
1. Toast the tortilla in a hot pan
2. Liberally squiggle with sriracha
3. Sprinkle with a small handful of grated cheddar cheese
4. Now add the main component: sautéed tofu cubes, mixed pulses, sliced mushroom and onions, seasoned with cumin, smoked paprika, salt and pepper.
5. Squeeze a wedge of lime over the pile and drizzle with your favourite salsa or hot sauce (I used Heinz green chili sauce)
6. Top with mixed leaves, tuck and roll
7. If you want to serve it tidy, skewer it with a toothpick - just remember to take it out when you start wolfing it down

Jerk fake-chicken, rice and peas, salad and a wrap (Home meal)

Jerk fake-chicken, rice and peas, salad and a wrap (Home meal)

Jerk fake-chicken, rice and peas, salad and a wrap (Home meal)

Jerk fake-chicken, rice and peas, salad and a wrap (Home meal)

Paneer, onion and pepper kebabs with Warburtons square wraps and spinach (Home meal)

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