This is just something I sort of made up as I went along using what I already had in the kitchen. Enjoy!
From the fridge:
A generous handful of spinach leaves
Roughly 10 Cherry tomatoes
Two chilli peppers
Half a palmful of chopped fresh coriander (cilantro)
One lemon (you’ll only need half really)
From the freezer:
From the bread bin/cupboard:
2 whole wheat sandwich wraps
A big pinch of cayenne pepper powder
A pinch black pepper
A big pinch of mixed dried herbs
A pinch of garlic powder
Put the Quorn nuggets in the oven as per the instructions on the packet. They take about 18 minutes to cook. While the nuggets are in the oven, wash and cut up all the veg (leave the spinach leaves whole and set aside along with the avocado for now). Be careful with the number of chillis you use, as there will also be black pepper and cayenne pepper in addition to the chillis. I cut up two chillis for this… and I’m still unsure if it was a good idea. (I ended up sipping on almond milk to calm things down – still ate and enjoyed the wraps though).
Put the chopped ingredients into a bowl, and add the coriander, cayenne pepper, black pepper, garlic powder and herbs. Squeeze half a lemon over the mixture and stir all together. This is kind of like a chunky salsa of sorts – not a very authentic one, but still full of flavour and very good in the wrap.
Once you’ve stirred up the tomato and chilli mix, set that aside and put your wraps in the oven (just place them directly on an empty shelf) for a couple of minutes on both sides. You want to watch them closely as you want them to remain flexible when folding them into the wraps. While the wraps are in the oven, slice open the avocado and chop into chunks.
When the wraps are ready, take them out of the oven (also the nuggets should be done by now so take them out too) and lay them on a plate.
Make sure the spinach leaves are well drained from the washing, and layer them on top of the wrap as in the photo. Spoon some of the tomato and chilli mixture on top of the spinach leaves in the centre of the wrap.
Add to this, the avocado chunks and chopped up Quorn nuggets. Now your wraps are ready for eating! **warning** they will be very spicy, so you can adjust the amount of pepper and chilli in the recipe to taste.