perfect wrap shells! They are flexible, they don't break or fall apart, they hold the wrap innards inside, and best of all; they are vegetable, not grain.
The big cabbage leaves from cabbage plants are usually thrown out or thrown back into compost, so this recipe helps utilize more food out of one plant. As well, there is a lot of nutrition in those big cabbage leaves!
You can put pretty much anything you like inside of a Cabbage Leaf Wrap. The wrap in the picture above is a Spicy Korean Style Breakfast Wrap (see the recipe below).
better yet grow your own cabbage! You will need one leaf for each wrap you make.
Steam the cabbage leaves for about one minute (or until soft and flexible), then let the cabbage leaf cool.
For the Spicy Korean Style Breakfast Wrap, you will need:
The amount of each ingredient you need, will depend on how many wraps you make. Fill your wraps in similar fashion to the photo below.
Spicy Korean Mayo:
You will need :
Blend all ingredient together, except the oil (I use a wide mouth mason jar and an immersion blender).
Once everything is blended, continue blending while you slowly add the oil. Add oil until you reach a consistency you like. It helps to have 3 hands for this part!
Taste to make sure it doesn't need a little more of something like salt or lemon juice, then Enjoy!
I Would Like to Hear From You!
What do you think of using Cabbage Leafs as Wrap Shells?
Lindsay Rusk, R.Ac., fmp
Lindsay Is a Registered Acupuncturist, Functional Medicine Practitioner, Health Investigator, Paleo Enthusiast, and Blogger.
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