Dec 9, 2008

Lavash falafel wrap

I happened to have this in a Middle Eastern restaurant and I got hooked to its taste. Lavash is an Armenian flatbread which was introduced to me by an Armenian friend in college. It is also known as also known as lahvash or Armenian cracker bread. It is used in several ways and one such way to have this lavash is this recipe. It also comes in the whole wheat version. It is similar to our Indian chapathi but prepared in a different way. This lavash-falafel wrap is just a matter of assembling.

Ingredients

Lavash - 1

Falafels - 3 to 4

Hummus - 3 tablespoons

Onions - chopped 1/4 cup

Chilli powder - 1 teaspoon

Lettuce 

Tomato - 1 sliced thinly

Directions

Heat a lavash in a tawa and spread the hummus evenly.

Assemble the onions, tomato, lettuce, chilli powder and falafel and wrap it up and enjoy.

I used the classsic version of hummus, any variety of hummus can be used.

Falafel recipe

Hummus recipe

53 comments:

  1. Looks great Divya! Must have made a very satifying meal, no?

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  2. Delicious wrap...prefect for a complete dinner r lunch..

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  3. looks delicious..will look into the detail recipes of hummus and falefal now..

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  4. Looks yum Divya.. I love falafel wrap.. delicious.

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  5. Looks so yumm, a roll for me please.
    When we were in holiday inEgypt we used to eat falafel almost everyday. Especially the street vendors had really delicious ones there.

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  6. Seems to be a perfect lunch menu!

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  7. I love Falafel so much... this must must have tasted good..

    chakali

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  8. i have used lavash too. its like our roomali roti. nice recipe with falafals and hummua

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  9. Nice quick lunch! Looks great, Div! :)

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  10. Pretty neat... Wow, so did you make the lavash and falafels too?
    Either way they look amazing

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  11. That so cool,would love to have a big bite:)

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  12. Such a healthy and satisfying wrap! Do collect the award on my blog for you:-)

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  13. I'd love this with some sriracha sauce! Looks awesome!

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  14. Looks so nice and tempting me to have it.. never tried and tasted it but now will give a try..

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  15. Love this! I feel like having one now. MiddleEastern food is delicious.

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  16. Hearty wraps! Hope you are having fun in India:)

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  17. Looks delicious.. I have tried this wrap and loved it.. got to try your recipe.. looks yummy and filling!

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  18. The wrap looks filling and delicious divya.

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  19. I thought you were on vacation.. good to see you posting. That wrap looks fabulous.

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  20. never made falafel before looks scrumptious!! nice healthy wrap.

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  21. A lovely meal. I just happen to be hungry right now and wish I could reach right into the screen!

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  22. Wow! a delicious treat!
    added u to my blogroll!

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  23. nice wrap...gud snack and looks awesome...

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  24. Looks delicious. I love falafel and hummous.

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  25. Such a filling meal! I saw lavash crackers for the first time when the daring bakers made it. I like the falafels - they looks tempting! I haven't been checking blogs much and I see I have missed not some but quite a lot!

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  26. Join in the EFM - SAVOURIES SERIES going in my blog!

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  27. i love to eat falafel..thanks for sharing recipe

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  28. looks lovely,and a neat roll....warm regards of the season...

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  29. Felafel is my favorite middle-eastern food to have. These wraps look gorgeous, Divya.

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  30. Great looking recipe DV...Just now catched up all your recipes,after a long time,my bookmarked recipes count keep on increasing....

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  31. Happy New Year, Divya!! Enjoying your trip, I guess:)

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  32. Happy New Year to u and ur family, Div !

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  33. Wish you a very happy new year! I love these rolls, and land up making them whenever I want to make something quickly! Of course, that means I but everything ready made, and just assemble!

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  34. Divya, why no posts? Wish you a happy new year!

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  35. Happy new year...wish u a great 2009! Just wanted to let u know that my blog name has changed. Enjoy!

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  36. Long time no news. Hope your are having a great time...

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  37. It does indeed make a complete meal option. I developed a taste for these when we were posted at Lebanon. the lebanese version is an overload of nutrition.

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  38. This looks delicious Divya! I have made lavash before but must try out your recipe.

    Great to be back viewing your creations after my absence due to illness.

    Rosie x

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  39. Looks so yum! I love wraps of these kind, health bhi, taste bhi!

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  40. Hi,
    I was just going through your recipes, and came across this one!!! wow, I am feeling like going back to UAE, after seeing this!!!! This is perfect Mid East food!!! which I always loved.
    Thanks for sharing, great work.

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