Feb 042010

That title is a bit of a mouthful, but this really was an awesome wrap (actually, 4 awesome wraps!) I was initially inspired by the combination of white beans and avocado in this recipe, and my new addiction to broccoli slaw. The bean-avocado spread was so creamy and the vegetables provided plenty of crunch. While the wrap was best when eaten right after assembly, one did survive 12 hours and two trips on the subway (with refrigeration in between) and still made a good portable dinner.

1 bag broccoli slaw
3 T apple cider vinegar, divided
1 T canola oil
1 (15 oz.) can white beans, rinsed and drained
1 ripe avocado
Cayenne pepper
Wraps of your choice (but I love these!)

In a bowl, mix broccoli slaw, 2 T of vinegar, and oil. Season with salt and pepper. Refrigerate for 1-2 hours. In a food processor, blend beans, avocado, remaining vinegar, and a dash of cayenne pepper. Scoop the bean spread into a separate small bowl.

Assemble each wrap just before serving if possible, spreading the bean mixture on the wrap, topping with the slaw, and rolling up.

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  4 Responses to “White Bean Avocado Wrap with Broccoli Slaw”

  1. That sounds really good actually! Those wraps look good too. I like lavash wraps, and I have had the Joseph's pita's before and I like them..

  2. Broccoli slaw? Where to buy? Buy Joseph's in Stop & Shop? Whole Foods? I was looking for a recipe for the rest of my avocado after using part of it on my roast beef & tomato sandwich.
    Surprising that vegs can sound and look so good, huh Kel!

  3. Kerry, you've done it again. This looks super yummy! Adding the stuff to my shopping list now! -Lee

  4. I have seen the broccoli slaw at both Stop & Shop and Shaw's – it's in the produce area, near the cut up carrots and regular cole slaw if that helps? The Joseph's pitas and lavash are also at both stores, but on the bread shelves at the deli. Not sure if those are more local to MA, but hope you can find them because they are good!! 🙂

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