Thursday, June 2, 2011

Spicy Egg and Avocado Wrap - CEiMB

Spicy Egg and Avocado Wrap
Marthe of  baking blue finger

This recipe should have been doomed from day 1 but it wasn't.  It was a series of events that kept me saying, "I will skip this one."

First, I didn't get to see it until late .
Then, I could not locate the recipe and I still have not.
I did find something online with the ingredients and I put them together and hoped this is what Ellie wanted.
Then, I could not locate corn meal wraps.
I knew I did have an avocado but that seemed to be missing.
I didn't have a cucumber.
Does this sound like a game to you.  It felt like one.  Each time, I took a step forward, something else went awry.
Hubby rescued me and brought home from work, tonight, my cucumber and wraps.  I found the avocado.

In the meanwhile, not knowing if hubby was going to find what I needed, I made another dinner, a delicious corn-potato soup and sole in an orange/honey-mustard sauce.  In the end, we ate the fish with the wrap and finished the meal with a little soup.

Despite all the issues that popped up, this was a good - no a great dinner.  The soup was yummy.  The fish was unbelievable and the wrap was a delicious discovery.

I did have great difficulty getting the wrap to close as you will see.

6 comments:

  1. I have the same problem i was thinking of making some dish and don't have ingredients for that so end up making something else. wrap looks delicious.

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  2. This a great looking wrap, Chaya! Quite tasty!

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  3. Wow you had some problems, but your wrap turned out really tasty looking after all that. We liked these actually.

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  4. Your wraps look delicious, thank you for persevering despite all the problems you had with the recipe :)

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  5. That looks good! Thanks for linking up.

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  6. What a great combination! Thanks for linking this to Fat Camp Friday, see you next time!

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