A wrap is a type of dish that is made by rolling a soft flatbread around a filling. Wheat tortillas, lavash, or pita are the most common flatbreads, with fillings such as cold sliced meat, poultry, or fish, shredded lettuce, chopped tomato or pico de gallo, guacamole, sauteed mushrooms, bacon, grilled onions, cheese, and a sauce like a ranch or honey mustard. Wraps have been consumed throughout Mexico, the Mediterranean, and South Asia since the early 1900s. Burritos are what Mexicans call them, and they come in a variety of shapes and sizes, generally made of wheat flour or corn, and typically filled with meat, beans, rice, cheese, and other ingredients. The wrap originated in California as a generalisation of the Mexican and Tex-Mex burritos, and gained popularity in the 1990s. These simple meals are so versatile that people from many walks of life have experimented with them and produced their own variations. Wraps are a perfect option when you are lazy and don't want to cook something complicated. They are quick to make and can be prepared with any ingredients you have. The choice of ingredients can make any dish interesting and exotic that you'll enjoy for your dinner with a favourite drink of yours.

Here are some wraps you can have for dinner-

Mediterranian Chicken Wrap

This Mediterranean chicken wrap is amazing and a great family meal option because it's filled with chicken, hummus, a super yummy garlicky yoghurt sauce, and fresh vegetables. It is easy to make and is one of the healthiest recipes one can eat. It has different flavours of hummus, garlic, and yoghurt that are blended well with the chicken and veggies.

Chicken wrap with a garlic touch/ pinterest.com


Rajma Wrap/ Kidney Beans Wrap

This is a healthy vegetarian wrap that is rich in protein. The stuffing is all vegetarian with the goodness of rajma, veggies, garlic sauce, spices and other salad dressings of your choice. This wrap is very easy to make as kidney beans are available in most Indian households.

Easiest exotic Indian wrap/ pinterest.com


Chickpea and Lettuce Wrap

Chickpeas or safed chana are a great ingredient for vegetarian wraps. This is another easy to make recipe where you don't need many ingredients. All you need is boiled chickpeas, lettuce, chopped onions and tomatoes, spices and salad dressings. You may also add some cheese for an enhanced creamy texture. The chickpea stuffing can be wrapped in a lettuce leaf for a fancy presentation. You may also chop the lettuce leaves, mix them with chickpeas and wrap them in a flatbread.

A wrap full of protein/ pinterest.com


Spicy Chicken Wrap

These spicy chicken wraps are a quick and healthy dinner option. Avocado, zucchini, spinach, olives, and leftover chicken are mixed well and stuffed in rolled flatbread. The chicken pieces are diced and mixed with hot spicy sauce. The stuffing is usually fiery and spicy which is balanced well with the spinach. It has different hot flavours of zucchini, olives and spicy sauces.

Chicken mixed with fiery spices/ pinterest.com


Tuna Wrap

This wrap's filling is simply tuna salad. Tuna salad is made by combining two basic ingredients: tuna and mayonnaise. Pre-cooked, canned, and packaged in water or oil tuna is commonly used. Pickles, celery, relish, and onion are among the most commonly used ingredients. The ingredients are mixed together to make this delicious tuna wrap that can be eaten at any time of the day.

Tuna salad stuffed in a wrap/ pinterest.com