This weeks recipe is one of my favorite lunches to take to school nowadays. It’s a recipe I came up with after spending too much money at the restaurant at school. Instead of buying the Greek lunchwrap at Windesheim,I decided to make my own version of the Greek lunchwraps.
Most Dutch people eat a sandwich with cheese for lunch, on a daily base. For a long time I was doing the same. By now, I have to say that I’m a bit done with that and I like trying new recipes for lunch. A lot of times I end up buying some lunch at school and one of my favorite lunch dishes at Windesheim is the wrap. Especially the one with tomatoe tapenade and fetta. To safe a bit of money, I decided to make my own version of this wrap and it turned out to be a good idea. I do make this wrap quite a lot and it definitely saves me some money.
What do you need
- Tomato tapenade (I always buy the fresh one from the grocery store)
- Fresh spinach
- Fetta cheese
- Cherry tomatoes
- One red bell pepper
- Optional: olives and walnuts
How to make the wrap
- Cut the fetta cheese
- Cut the tomatoes in half, and the cucumber and bell pepper in strips
- Put the tapenade on your wrap and add some spinach leaves, the cucumber, tomatoes, bell pepper and fetta (and the walnuts and olives if you want)
It’s up to you how much you want to add of each ingredient
- Roll the wrap and your lunch is served
Tip: I always make the wraps the night before taking them somewhere and keep them in the fridge for a night. Like that the wrap gets a little bit softer and personally I prefer the taste.