This is my go to, super easy recipe to make homemade wraps. I always get a fright looking at the long list of ingredients on the back of store brought wraps. With most having a long list of preservatives not to mention the price! I use this recipe to make simple naan breads and thin pizza bases too. Because they do not contain preservatives they are best eaten on the day you make them but any left overs can be cut into triangles the next day and brushed with oil and herbs and baked into yummy crackers. I like to serve my wraps with homemade falafel, tabbouleh, hummus, creamy soy yogurt and vegetables.
Makes 4 wraps
1 1/3 cups white flour
2/3 cup of wholemeal flour
1 tablespoon olive oil (or over cooking oil)
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup of warm water
Mix all ingredients until it comes together as a soft dough. Place a plate on top of the bowl and let sit for 15 minutes or more. When you are ready to use preheat pan to a medium heat with a small brush of oil. Separate dough into four ball shaped portions. Using lots of flour to prevent sticking, roll out each one into a large wrap size. Gently lift one into your hot pan and cook for 1-2 minutes then flip and cook a further minute or so until it has brown bubble marks. Remove from pan place on a plate and then put another plate, damp tea towel or tinfoil over to keep moisture in (this will prevent cracking when wrapping). Repeat with remaining three wraps.
*If you are wanting to use as naan breads I like to make a finely chopped garlic and butter/or oil mixture and brush on each side while cooking.