Well, tonight I’m making steak and red pepper hummus wraps. I’m halving most of the recipe, so when it called for two red peppers, I only put one on the grill to make it easy to peel. 10 minutes later and I take it off the grill, but realize why it was so heavy — it’s a tomato! It looked like a strange red pepper, but it was from the farmers market. Here’s a pic of the steak and tomato:
Here’s the finished dish
So, the dish is home-made hummus:
1 can garbanzos
1 clove garlic
1 tbsp. tahini (optional)
2 roasted red bell peppers (or substitute an accidental tomato for one of the peppers), skinned (juiced or you’ll have runny hummus)
pinch of cayenne
1 tbsp. of lemon juice (about 1/2 whole)
1 tap. Salt (or was it 1/2? Better check or adjust after blending!)
1/4 cup olive oil
Leftover skirt steak from the grilled steak a few nights ago, cut into bite-sizes pieces and reheated in a pan
Warm up whole-wheat tortillas, 1/person
Spread a tablespoon of hummus on the tortilla. Add a slice or two of tomato, a handful of spinach (be generous), and the steak. Throw a little cheese on top (feta is good) and eat.
Very tasty and healthy. There was peach, yogurt and honey for dessert, but we had a different one because I wanted to wait an extra day to ripen the peaches — it’s been too cold here lately and the peaches in all the markets are a bit hard.