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Old 01-31-2009, 10:55 AM   #1
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Tuna, beans and tomato tortilla wrap

I'm going to make some tortilla wraps but I need a little help to ensure that I don't regret it. Here's the scoop: I got some tortilla wraps from my place of internship for Christmas and they need to be used. I've got a tin of baked beans, a tin of chopped tomatoes, some curry powder and some yoghurt and I'm thinking of combining it to put in these tortillas, perhaps with some cheese. I wonder whether it will also be okay to mix some tuna or sardines in there? I don't buy meat because of the expense but I received some fish from mummy. Any cheap additions to suggest (like onion)?


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Old 01-31-2009, 11:26 AM   #2
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I make wraps out of mashed chickpeas all the time. They're pretty good. I'm not sure if you'd need the yogurt, though. The beans should be moist enough. Tomatos sound good too. I don't know about the tuna though, it doesn't seem to fit (to me). But, if whatever you make isn't great, than you'll know for next time.
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