As long as you can find organic and free range eggs, you can doubtlessly use them to make your food a better one. The good news is that they are cheap, practical, healthy, yummy, and a lot more. Especially if you are a caring mother trying to make healthy meals for your kid, eggs make your life easier. This Egg and Green Beans Wrap recipe is a good example of those easy and healthy recipes.
If you have a foodblog, there is one thing you cannot escape from: never ending advice and suggestions from friends. “why don’t you try this?”, “you should cook that”, “I have a surprise, I’ve found a great recipe for you!” … You know they’re trying to help you, but those ideas usually don’t help. That’s not any different for most of my friends, except for one!
She is Ruya’s mother. We always spend a lot of time in the garden exchanging ideas on healthy meals for the kids while they’re riding their bikes. When it’s the kids, you want to use the healthiest ingredients; however, you have to combine them in such a tricky way that your son or daughter shouldn’t understand that there is something he or she doesn’t like in the meal. Or it should look like something he or she enjoys. Hiding the egg and beans in a wrap was the trick in this egg and green beans wrap recipe, and it was totally my friend’s idea.
This is really a very nutritious recipe. Onion, beans, red pepper, corn and eggs, they all have different minerals and vitamins necessary for your child’s healthy development. With very similar ingredients you can also make string bean salad. Preparing these wraps is very easy. Making the tortilla at home would be so time consuming, so I bought them from the market. You can use corn, flour or whole wheat tortillas.
You can try this egg and green beans wrap recipe for breakfast, lunch, dinner or as snacks. They are great with some Greek yoghurt as a dip sauce. I used dried green beans by boiling them for rehydration, but they’re difficult to find, so you can use fresh or canned beans. There is one thing you should be careful about: you shouldn’t keep the leftovers in fridge for the next day as eggs and vegetables together make an ideal habitat for the bacteria. Just cook, eat and smile!