Lunch can be a delectable deli-like wrap when you’re using the leftover roast beef, steak or brisket from the last night’s dinner. No matter how small the amount of leftovers are, you can definitely enjoy it the next day at lunch, and the wrap only takes a few minutes to throw together.
- ¼ c. light mayo
- Black pepper
- 2 large leaves of romaine
- Slices of leftover roast beef, steak, or brisket
- Tomato, sliced
- Whole wheat wraps
- Italian dressing or salad oil (optional)
- Celery, carrot sticks, or broccoli
- Lay wraps on counter or table.
- Lay a half leaf of lettuce, a slice of tomato, and slices of the beef on the wrap.
- You can add Italian dressing or salad oil and salt and pepper for seasoning, but this is optional.
- Roll the wrap up. Use the mayo to glue the end of the wrap and hold it together.
- Add celery, broccoli or carrot sticks on the side as appetizers.
You can also make these ahead of time, the night before and wrap them in foil for lunch the next day. These wraps are very versatile, so they’re perfect to make with the children, because you can customize the ingredients to a wrap that your child will love. If he doesn’t like tomatoes and lettuce, you can add cheese and small, cut up pieces of broccoli for a different type of wrap that is still nutritious and puts the leftover beef to good use.