Uses from Broad Wing Farm Share: Sweet Potato Greens, Tomatillos, slicer Tomatoes (optional), Garlic, Squash, U Pick at Broad Wing
(bring your scissors! ) : Parsley, Basil
Shopping List: Extra-large flour tortilla of your choice, sliced cheese of your choice, sliced turkey meat of your choice, 1 or 2 ripe avocadoes, sriracha hot sauce, mayo
Special Equipment: Serrated Knife, sharp vegetable peeler, Food Processor or Blender
½ cup mayo |1 tsp Sriracha hot sauce | 1 small clove garlic | end trimmed (put in your freezer bag)2-4 extra-large flour tortillas | serves 2-8Sliced Cheese |Sliced Turkey |Sweet Potato Greens | stems removed, save them for your next veggie sauté!Large Tomatillos | sliced very thin(optional) slicer Tomato | sliced very thin1 medium squash | sliced into very thin strips lengthwise with your vegetable peeler – cut in half if it helps1 (or 2) ripe avocados cut in half | cut flesh into a cross hatch with a butter knife to create small squares2 tbsp chopped basil leaves | stems discarded3 tbsp chopped parsley leaves | stems put in your freezer bagSalt & Pepper |
In your blender or food processor, mix mayo, sriracha, & garlic clove. Blend until clove is 100% chopped & incorporated. Set mayo aside.
Lay out your flour tortillas on a clean work space. Spread a thin layer of the mayo over the entire surface of each tortilla, going all the way to the edge.
In the center of the tortilla, layer ONE layer each:
Cheese, Turkey, Sweet Potato Greens, sliced Tomatillos/Tomatoes, & sliced Squash. With a small spoon, scoop out ½ - ¼ of avocado pieces & top ingredients in a line. Dust entire tortilla with salt & pepper, & generous sprinklings of parsley & basil.
Fold the tortilla over, 1st on the left side, then on the right. Your sliced ingredients should be is a small stack at the center of the tortilla. Grabbing both folded sides & your center ingredients, fold bottom up. Grab the center of the middle fold, with the tips of your fingers & force the ingredients down & into the folds. Then roll up, away from you, tightening as you roll.
I like to wrap the rolls in foil or plastic for 20 minutes or so to let all the ingredients co-mingle a bit, but without getting soggy. Unwrap from foil, & cut in half, serve immediately.
Pro Tip: You can toast these by wrapping in foil & putting them in the oven or, of you have a sandwich press or waffle maker, press the whole foil wrapped roll until the tortilla feels firm & crispy to the touch.
If you would like to offer these as snacks, with your serrated knife, cut the tortilla in half, & then the half in half again, securing with toothpicks. For even smaller slices, cut the half into 3 pieces.