Click here for the recipe for that, which will take you all of five minutes to whirl up in your blender or food processor. Maybe ten if you are having a very mellow day.
But the lightbulb happened when I opened the fridge to see a package of whole wheat tortillas. They got their via the Southern daughter, who had a very fine plan to make chicken tacos while she was home on her recent break….and somehow never got around to it. Leaving me with an unopened, lonely bag of tortillas. She also left behind rice pudding, a six-pack of Mike’s Hard Lemonade and about four hundred assorted flavors of ice pops, none of which I have figured out how to work into any recipes. But the tortillas! Those I could work with.
I roasted up a tray of cherry tomatoes, artichoke hearts, carrots and onions that I tossed with olive oil and a little salt and pepper. I let them cool just a little while I heated up the tortillas and gave them a lavish coating of red pepper hummus. Then I scattered the warm roasted veggies on top of the tortillas and rolled ‘em up.
Maybe I should make another one and have some Mike’s Hard Lemonade on the side? I gotta draw the line on the rice pudding though.