Hummus & tabbouleh wraps

This is another dish I made on Father’s Day that I’m finally getting around to posting. It is in an incredibly easy snack, appetizer, or light meal. When I eat them, I think of the annual Christmas day open house at my parents’, since my mom always make them then.


  • 8 ounces or so of hummus (flavor of your choice)
  • 8 ounces or so of Tabbouleh
  • 1 piece of lavash bread


1) Spread hummus onto the lavash bread. I find it’s easiest to use a spoon–you can scoop out the hummus and then use the back of it to spread.

2) Spread the tabbouleh on top of the hummus.

3) Roll up the lavash bread.

4) Put toothpicks at regular intervals along the wrap. Imagine the wraps being 1-1 1/2″ wide, with a toothpick in the center. (I didn’t have toothpicks and it didn’t really matter, but it makes it harder to cut and eat.)

5) Using a serrated knife, cut the wrap.

1 Response to “Hummus & tabbouleh wraps”

  1. Randy Ellen Ross Says:

    This looks so good. (I made the corn and black bean salad the other night. Delicious!!)