Many packaging in the supermarket is made for large-scale consumption, which is why you sometimes have something about it. Recognizable? Thank god for the resealable packaging that allows us to store it well without too much hassle. The result is that many kitchen cupboards and drawers are full of opened packaging. Fortunately, we have a mega tip for the leftover wraps, flat bread or pitas. Make crispy nachos!
Perfect for a drink , snack or with a salad .
Leftover wraps, flatbread or pitas?
At Culy we don’t like food waste. We make something tasty from all the leftover food. Likewise with bread. You can make crispy croutons from leftover bread, you probably already knew that.
But it’s so difficult to cut nice cubes from wraps, flat bread or pitas, so this ultimate tip. Cut them into wedges, top with oil and herbs, pop in the oven and you have homemade nachos.
Oh yes, leftover pitas, wraps and flat bread can also be frozen very well if you pack them properly.
How do you make nachos from wraps yourself?
Preheat the oven to 180 degrees. Cut the wraps (or flatbreads or pitas) into wedges, just like a pie. Place on a baking tray with baking paper.
Brush the tips with olive oil and go wild with herbs and spices to make it something special. Think of rosemary, cumin, za’atar , chili powder for a bit of spice, cajun spices for a nice twist, but curry or paprika powder are also great ideas. Of course also some tasty saltflakes from Maldon and it’s complete. Toss together and divide the points over the baking sheet.
Place the nachos in the oven and bake for about 4 minutes (the pitas a little longer) until crisp and light brown. Note: they may be light brown , no longer than they will be too dry. Serve with a tasty hummus or guacamole or also very tasty with a bread salad.
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