Vegan Fajita Wraps

September 2, 2021
Hello beautiful people, I want to share my Fajita Wrap recipe with you! I made raw vegan bean fajitas for yesterday´s brunch, with ingredients I had at home, and they were really yummy! Easy, quick, healthy, cheap, and delicious, all in one.

I love to invent delicious recipes that are easy and quick to prepare as I am a busy woman and, eating healthy is my priority, and "we are what we eat." I always have pulses ready to eat at home, to avoid spending a lot of time cooking during the week. Pulses are a great source of plant protein so I am also ensuring I eat the proteins my body requires to be a strong and healthy vegan.

Preparing this fresh fajita recipe will allow you to save time in your day. Not only that, it is a complete meal, packed with protein, good fats and carbs, vitamins, minerals, and plenty of fiber. A mouthwatering experience!

I mix and match them with whatever I have at home. As it is still summer for us in Spain, this recipe can be a great brunch option, or you can take it to work or for a picnic! All I can say now is.... Enjoy, enjoy and enjoy! ;)

Vegan Fajita Wraps

Recipe Type: Hearty Entrees Sandwiches
utensils YIELDS 4 servings
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  • 80g Kidney beans (raw)
  • 1 Medium spring onion
  • 1 Medium tomato
  • 1/2 Medium avocado
  • 30 g Vegan cheese
  • 2 tsp Mixed seeds
  • 4 tbs Vegan yogurt
  • 1 tbs Extra virgin olive oil
  • 1/2 tsp Himalayan Salt
  • 1/4 tsp Grounded pepper
  • 1/2 tsp Parsley
  • 4 Medium Wholegrain Fajitas
  • 100 g Hummus (to serve)
  • 100 g Carrots (to serve)
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Directions

1. Two options here: Option 1: soak the beans in water (make sure they are totally immersed in water) for 24 hours and then cook them for 20 minutes in boiling water with a pinch of salt and olive oil. Drain the leftover liquid. Option 2: You save 20 minutes as you don´t need to cook. Buy cooked beans (preferably in a glass jar, rather than cans that can contain metals) and use 200g.

2. Chop all the veggies and the vegan cheese into small dice shapes (tomato, avocado, spring onion) and add them to the beans, in a big bowl.

3. Add the mixed seeds, yogurt, olive oil, salt, pepper, and parsley. Mix well. You are ready to fill the fajitas!

4. I use small/medium-sized wholegrain fajitas and divide the mixture into 4. Fill the top central part of the fajita. Wrap the sides tightly and fold the bottom part like in the photos. Make 2 wraps for each person as a main meal.

5. Add 50g of hummus to each plate and 50g of carrots to dip in!

6. Mindful eating is recommended to embrace and fully enjoy all the flavors!

Ñam, Ñam! Bon appétit!

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Suzy F. Lloyd
Suzy is a super passionate Dietitian and Vegan Coach at VeNutrition. She has always been extremely interested in well-being; she loves food so much and helping others comes naturally to her, which led her to become a Dietitian. Suzy has over 12 years of experience in the field of Nutrition and Health. During that time, she worked in Madrid and London, in different public and private hospitals, clinics, and health centers. In 2018 she left Europe to go and live in Bali where her real-life journey began. Since then she has continued working remotely and has never looked back. She would like to tell you a bit about her beliefs and purpose. If it is something that aligns with you, please feel free to get in touch, she would love to know your thoughts and goals to improve your health and overall happiness. We are all part of Nature, right? So, if we give our body the conditions it needs, it will simply flourish, just like any flower would do! You will feel joyful, full of energy, and balanced, and who doesn't want that? Suzy helps her clients achieve their health goals. She teaches them how to feed their bodies naturally and how they can reach and maintain a strong, balanced mind and body. She also gives vegan and vegetarian cooking lessons, and last but not least, she shows sustainable ways of cooking, eating, and living! If she had a magic wand, what would she change? She would transfer self-awareness to everyone on this Planet. Why, you may be asking? Well, if you are aware of who you are, what your body needs and, how you can impact this world positively, you will simply feel blissful, and that will benefit those around you. Her recipe is "Happy people make people happy." If she had to choose a book that impacted her life, that would be “The Alchemist” by Paulo Coelho. It taught her we can learn to flow in life, everything can be transformed for the better, and if we develop a little patience and have faith in ourselves, anything is possible!! It is easy to have a healthy mind and body if you know how to and, Suzy would be extremely happy to help you, teach you and guide you in this empowering and revolutionary life process!

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