Beet Salad Lunch Wrap (vegan)

A salad wrap with a powerhouse of flavours and textures including pickled baby beets, sundried tomatoes and pesto.

Doesn't that look good? It's my favourite lunchtime wrap. And when I say favourite, you can fill in the blanks and figure out I eat this a lot. It is so darn tasty.

The beets are pickled, the tomatoes are sundried for that rich flavour, the peppers are sharp and crunchy as is the juicy cucumber. The salad leaves are the filler and the tortilla is spread with dairy free pesto before the toppings are pilled on. It's a flavour explosion in the mouth!



A rather overfilled beet salad wrap, waiting to to folded


As you can see I fill it rather generously, so when it comes to wrapping it and eating it, I do have to be careful. Does that make me add less the next time I make this scrummy wrap? Hell no, I add just as much, if not more. I just have to have some kitchen paper to hand for any escapees.

Sometimes I add a few dollops of Violife cream cheese to the tortilla too and I have to say that is rather good too. My vegetarian readers might like it with some fresh mozzarella added. I warn you though, don't add vegan mozzarella, as that wouldn't be a thing of pleasure.


A salad wrap with a powerhouse of flavours and textures including pickled baby beets, sundried tomatoes and pesto. Served with an apple and a small bowl of crisps (chips to my American friends)


I was feeling generous today and served my wrap with a small bowl of crisps (chips to my American readers) and a glass of mango cordial. I don't usually stop long enough to add anything on the side. I am usually too eager to dive in.

One warming to you. If you are making this delicious wrap for your lunchbox, roll it in some kitchen paper before wrapping it tightly in tinfoil. Otherwise some beetroot juice or oil from the sundried tomatoes or pesto can escape. That kitchen paper is a necessity if you aren't eating this right away. Mark my words!

uncooked beetroot

How I love thee beetroot

Let us count the ways!

  1. Raw and grated
  2. Pickled
  3. Tetra packed already cooked and ready to chomp
  4. Roasted
  5. On salads
  6. In wraps
  7. In sandwiches
  8. in couscous
  9. In a chocolate cake
  10. In a savoury tart

Or just straight out of the jar with a spoon! Yup! I'm that refined and shan't tell you about climbing onto a kitchen unit as a child to reach the cupboard so I could eat French mustard out of the jar with a teaspoon. Nope, not telling you that story. Me, I have no bad habits. NONE! I am a lady!


A salad wrap with a powerhouse of flavours and textures including pickled baby beets, sundried tomatoes and pesto. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.



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A vegan salad wrap with a powerhouse of flavours and textures including pickled baby beets, sundried tomatoes and pesto.

Beet Salad Lunch Wrap

A salad wrap with a powerhouse of flavours and textures including pickled baby beets, sundried tomatoes and pesto.
prep time: 5 MINScook time: total time: 5 mins

ingredients


  • 1 large flour tortilla
  • 1-2 tbsp dairy-free pesto 
  • A generous handful of salad leaves
  • 4 slices of cucumber, halved
  • A few slices of fresh red pepper
  • 3 sundried tomatoes, halved
  • 2 baby beets, quartered

instructions


  1. Spread the tortilla with pesto.
  2. Add your filling along the top half of the tortilla, first
    salad leaves, then cucumber, red pepper, sundried tomatoes and baby beets.
  3. Fold the sides of the tortilla in a little then holding them
    firmly, roll the tortilla from the top over the filling and towards you.
  4. Chop in half and serve.
  5. Enjoy!
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Here are a few of my favourite sandwiches and wraps


A selection of favourite sandwiches and wraps

Clockwise from top left:

  1. Veggie sausage, red pepper and hummus wraps
  2. The ultimate vegan sandwich
  3. Spiced chickpea and carrot sandwich filler
  4. Falafel and apple sandwich


If you are looking for more lunchtime inspiration check out my food guides 10 Vegan Lunchbox Ideas for Kids and The Ultimate Sandwich Guide (50 veggie and vegan sandwich ideas) or follow my Pinterest board Sandwiches - Make Lunch Special.

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25 comments

  1. I love beetroot a lot! I think this veggie is a very much underrated superfood veg, sadly... I would love this wrap for lunch or dinner as I know it would taste delicious! Thank you for sharing.

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    1. Yes me too. I get through a lot of fresh and pickled beetroot, although pickled baby beets are my favourite. Has to be Baxters though.

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  2. I love the addition of sundried tomatoes and, of course, pesto. You can't go wrong with either of these ingredients. It's so encouraging to see another vegan recipe to add to my collection. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. I love beets!! This wraps sounds perfect!

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  4. This looks so fresh and delicious! Your photography is gorgeous too!!

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  5. I love to have wraps in my lunchbox as well. Such an quick and comforting meal. Your wraps are looking tempting and i can imagine the beets and the salads are going well together.
    Thaks for sharing Jacqueline <3
    Claudia

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    1. Thanks and yes the flavours go together really well.

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  6. What a lush wrap and a great idea to give my veggie daughter. I seem to have fallen out of the habit of making wraps so thanks tor the reminder-)

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    1. Yes wraps make a nice change to sandwiches. I hope she enjoys them.

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  7. Beetroot are one of my favourite foods. We grow them at the allotment. This wrap looks so crunchy and fresh!

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  8. I love beetroot, but usually just have it on a salad. But this looks lovely and I like the idea of beetroot and pesto together.

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  9. I think this wrap is going to be a regular for our lunch. My husband is a big fan of wraps and I am always looking for a variety of fillings.

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  10. I have to admit that I really don't like pickled beetroot at all but I love it boiled, steamed, roasted, grated raw... basically every way except pickled! I would totally have plain boiled beets in this wrap though, and I love that you've used pesto too, so fab. And I love the crunchy veg with salad leaves as well - this is definitely a keeper! xx

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    1. Oh it's definitely a keeper. Me, I love all sorts of pickles and pickled veg. YUM!

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  11. I love wraps and the more veggies you pack in the better!

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  12. this is gorgeous!! must try as I bet its delicious, too! do you think adding a bit of hummus would make it even more so?

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