Veggie-Meatball Wrap

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Vegetarian Meatball WrapThis is a delicious and very easy to make meal. You can use a spinach or sun-dried tomato basil wrap, or a regular flour tortilla. Use a French baguette or any type of bread and make it a sandwich. The veggie-meatballs are soy and gluten base and they taste amazing! You can use the already made veggie meatballs, such as Morning Star, Gardein, or other brand (there are also soy and gluten-free alternatives!) or get the Gimme Lean ‘ground beef style’ package, and make the meatballs from scratch (it’s really easy, you only have to shape the vegetarian ‘meat’ into little balls). Vegan cheeses come in different flavors: America, mozzarella, cheddar and Swiss. Nowadays, you will be able to find these products at many grocery stores. Go wild and make yourself a sexy meatless-meatball wrap!

Ingredients:

  • 1 box of veggie meatballs or vegetarian ‘ground beef style’
  • 1 can of tomato sauce
  • Garlic, onion, salt, pepper, and chili flakes
  • Mozzarella/Cheddar/American flavor lactose free cheese (Teese, Go Veggie, Tofutti, vegan Gourmet, Galaxy Nutritional Foods, or other)
  • A sun-dried tomato basil wrap or French baguette

Place a pot on the stove and turn the burner to medium heat. Add some oil, chili flakes, diced garlic, and diced onions and let sizzle for a couple of minutes.  Add the meatballs to the pot.

Once the meatballs start browning, add the can of tomato sauce, salt, and pepper and stir it all up. Turn heat to low, cover and let cook for 30 minutes.

Vegetarian Meatball Wrap

♦On a pan on medium heat, warm up your wrap or tortilla. Place the shredded cheese or cheese slices and let it melt. Then add your meatballs and tomato sauce and some finely chopped basil. Roll it and enjoy!

♦For the sandwich, turn the oven on. Cut the French baguette open and place cheese on one side. Put in the oven for about 10 minutes. Then place the meatballs with their sauce on the other side of the baguette. You can also add some finely chopped basil, fresh parsley or green onions on top of the meatballs before closing the sandwich.

 

Enjoy your meatless meatball meal!

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