Mediterranean Turkey Wrap

I had a long week with a lot of driving, including 1 day when what is normally a 3 hour round-trip became a 6 hour round-trip.  So, by the end of the week, I was too wiped out to spend the effort to cook dinner. Time for a wrap – a Mediterranean Turkey Wrap inspired by Krystina Kalapothakos on her blog Kouzounas Kitchen.


It is an easy, tasty wrap that uses the cucumbers and tomatoes from my garden.  Yes, the tomatoes are finally ripening! Dinner was fast, fresh, tasty, and surprisingly filling. The pictures below are from my wrap, my husband’s wrap was filled more heavily.

When I went out to the garden to harvest the veggies, I was greeted by our friendly backyard bunny.


Not only did he watch me while I harvested, he was waiting for me by my back porch.  Then, when I walked close, instead of running away he jumped onto the porch and let me stand 4 feet away.  I think he is getting a bit too comfortable. At least, with all the clover in the yard, he has been leaving my garden alone.

Mediterranean Turkey Wrap

For each wrap:

1 whole wheat flour tortilla

2 – 3 Tbsp hummus

1 or 2 slices roast turkey

Thinly sliced cucumber (from the garden)

Thinly sliced tomato (from the garden)

Chopped Kalamata olives

Sliced roasted red pepper


Spread the hummus on the wrap. (the wrap holds together even better if you apply it to the entire wrap, I just wasn’t that hungry)



Top one side with turkey, tomatoes and cucumbers.




Add the olives and red pepper.


Roll up from the filled side first.  Pin with toothpicks and cut in half.






2 Comments Add yours

  1. Hi Andrea,
    Nice to meet you and I am very happy you came across my recipe. Thank you very much for trying it out and I will re-blog this on my page. 🙂
    Hope you enjoyed it, and happy Summer to you. Cheers, Kouzounas Kitchen


  2. Reblogged this on Kouzounas Kitchen and commented:
    Check out my recipe that Andreas Garden Cooking tried out!!


Let me know what you think of this post, and if you try the recipe, please let me know how it was and any suggestions you have. Thanks, Andrea

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