- 2 Medium carrots (quartered)
- 150 g water
- 450 g bakers flour
- 40 g olive oil
- 1 teaspoon salt
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1. add carrots and water to the bowl and blitz on speed 8 for 45 seconds
2. scrape down lid and bowl and blitz again on speed 8 for 25 seconds
3. add all other ingredients to bowl and mix together speed 6 for 10 seconds
4. lock lid and knead for 2 minutes
5. turn out dough on to a thermomat and rest for at least 30 minutes (the longer you leave it the easier it is to roll) you can do this after 15 minutes if you are in a hurry.
6. once rested break into about 10 or 11 small balls (no more as the wraps will be too small)
7. roll out one ball at a time on thermomat with NO FLOUR. the wrap will be easier to roll out if it stays in one spot on the mat. Roll it out as thin as you can without it breaking. You can nearly see through them.
8. cook on a very flat pan that is already hot to a medium high temperature. quickly and carefully transfer the wrap to the pan sort of pulling it out as you go in the hot pan (BE VERY CAREFUL NOT TO BURN YOURSELF)
9. cook for about 1 minute on each side. it will start to bubble slightly when it is time to turn. I usually roll out another wrap while the previous one is in the pan and im nearly done when its time to turn it. just pile them all on to a plate adding the freshly cooked on to the bottom.
10. once all cooked pop some cling wrap over them and let them steam a little. this will keep them nice and flexible.
11. either serve immediately or they can sit on the bench for a few hours till dinner time. if you have excess you can pop them in a zip lock bag with a piece of paper towel between each one and freezer them. When needed about just pop in the mircowave for about 20 seconds (depending on mircowave power)
instead of the carrots add a peeled raw beetroot or 170g of spinash leaves
Making the wraps
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