Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Ham Sandwich Wraps

On the weekends we are working at our place on the Elk River; we like to get a good start on the day by drinking a few cups of coffee and getting right to work. Around 10 or so, I'll go fix one of numerous cold or hot sandwich concoctions and we'll have a little brunch break. These ham sandwich wraps are what I threw together last weekend.

We are just crazy about the FlatOut flatbread from Wal-mart. It's a lot healthier than wheat bread and it makes a great light sandwich. You can add just about anything you want so you don't feel like you're eating the same old thing. Somehow or another, we managed to leave lettuce out of the cooler, so it was missing this time.

  • Flatout Flatbread Wraps
  • Shaved cooked ham
  • Pickle Sandwich Stackers
  • Hellman's Mayonnaise (mustard optional)
  • Fresh sliced tomato
  • Provolone cheese
Line a plate with paper towels. Lay pickle slices out to drain. 

We used homegrown tomatoes and I like to peel the skin off of them with a sharp knife. Core and slice into 1/4" thick slices. Sprinkle with a little salt and let them sit for at least 10 minutes. The salt will help work some of the extra water out of the tomatoes so your sandwich wrap isn't too drippy. Drain juice and lightly pat with a paper towel.
Spread a thin layer of mayonnaise over 2/3 of the flatbread. Layer in this order: cheese slices and several layers of ham, pickles and tomato in the center of the wrap. Fold the bottom of the wrap over and pull the filling to the bottom. Proceed to roll up the rest of the way. Lay on plate seam side down. Cut in half.

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