Sorry, no pics this time 😦
Yesterday I’ve just tried a new variation for using easy to make Paleo Wraps, recipe is inspired from here with slight modification.
Instead of making Martabak, I made Minced Beef Roll.
So, let’s start with the Paleo Wraps recipe:
You will need:
– A medium sized mixing bowl
– Any form of mixer (I used Food Processor)
– A soup ladle
– A medium skillet (I use some coconut oil to avoid stickiness)
– A teaspoon
– Sizing cups (0.5 cup and 1/4 cup)
– A plate
– 4 eggs (I used Freerange eggs)
– 4 teaspoon coconut oil
– 0.5 cup arrowroot flour (I used tapioca flour)
– pinch of salt
– 3/4 + 1 Tbsp water or coconut milk (might need more water if the coconut milk is thick)
– Whisk all the ingredients in the bowl until smooth (I put them in my reliable Food Processor)
– If you use Food Processor as well, you will need to transfer the watery batter to the mixing bowl
– Heat the skillet
– Use soup ladle to scoop the batter and put it onto the skillet. One scoop is enough for a thin round wrap about 20 centimetre in diameter.
– In less than 1 minute the wrap will be ready
– Transfer it to a plate
– It will yield around 10 wraps (depends on the width of the skillet and how thick the wraps are)
Now, after the wraps were ready, I turned to my next recipe: Minced Beef Roll.
You will need:
A mixing bowl
A dough spatula or disposable glove
A table spoon
500 grams of minced beef
1 egg (I use Freerange)
1 tsp ground coriander
1 tsp sea salt
1 tsp onion salt
1 tsp dry mint
1 tsp ginger powder
1 tsp oregano
1 tsp chilli pepper powder
2 Tbsp Red wine vinegar
2 Tbsp Coconut Aminos (You can skip it if you don’t have any in stock)
2 sheets of Roasted Seaweed (Nori)
Raw Spinach (half a bunch)
1. Turn on the oven to 350 F or 176 C.
2. Put the minced beef on the mixing bowl, and put all the spices, herbs, sauce, egg and vinegar in also, mix them well with dough spatula or use your hand (don’t forget the disposable glove for this task)
3. Crumple the Nori sheets with your hand easily, and mix them in the bowl with the rest
4. Now get the wraps
5. On each wrap, put some spinach (customise as your liking), and with tablespoon, scoop 1-2 spoon of the mixture and put it on the wrap. Press it so it is quite flat
6. After you’re sure it’s flat enough, start rolling it from one end, until it reached the other end. Tucked in the rest of the wrap until it looks like a spring roll
7. Put it on the baking tray that already lined by baking sheet
8. Finish all the wraps and arrange it on the baking tray (give reasonable distance between each rolls — if not enough, you can use another tray or wait and make second batch later)
9. Put it in the oven for about 10-15 min (Really, this depends on how much you like the meat to taste–well done, medium, or squishy rare?)
10. After it’s baked to your liking, you can let them out and cooled for about 15-20 min.
You can eat them with any sauce you like, maybe a homemade mayo mixed with chilli chutney?