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Collard Green Wraps

Assembled wraps will keep in fridge for 1-2 days.
299 faves | 3 recommends
Nutrition per serving    (USDA % daily values)
CAL
1065
FAT
251%
CHOL
0%
SOD
12%
Uploaded by: Emily Amarnick

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Ingredients for 4 servings

6 big collard green leaves

2 cup(s)pecans

ΒΌ red chopped onion

1 portabella mushroom cap, chopped

1 tablespoon(s)braggs liquid amino acids

5 mango slices

6 yellow pepper slices

1 handful bean sprouts

5 avocado slices

Preparation

1.

Place Pecans, Red Onion, Sliced Portobello Mushroom and Braggs into a high speed blender or food processor and blend until well combined. Scrape down sides as needed. Add a tsp of water at a time if pate is too thick. Place in bowl and set aside.

2.

Cut out big "vein" in the middle of the collard green by slicing down each side. You should be left with two pieces. (Left and right sides of leaf)

3.

Place one piece of a collard green long ways, on your cutting board, shiny side down.

4.

Spread one dollop of your pate mixture at bottom of leaf, leaving 1 inch of collard green underneath.

5.

Place one slice of mango, pepper and avocado on pate mixture. Add a few bean sprouts on top.

6.

Roll away from you, seal side down.

7.

Repeat steps 1-4 with the remaining collard leaves and ingredients

8.

Divide 2 wraps per person and serve with your favorite side salad!

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