Got leftover roast lamb? Turn it into a family wrap night and make it fun. Part of our September 2020 Meal Plan, so make sure you subscribe to receive yours next month.
- A soft lettuce like oak leaf, butter or mignonette will fold up more easily into a wrap – or use any spare rocket or baby spinach leaves from the Honey Chicken salad.
- It’s an easy night so we’ve suggested bought tzatziki but you could also use plain Greek yoghurt or a Dijonnaise mustard blend or just a squeeze of lemon juice.
Kids in the kitchen jobs:
- Kids LOVE food they can hold with their hands and make themselves. Get them to lay out all the ingredients on a couple of chopping boards or platters and put them in the middle of the table for DIY wrap night.
- The prep can be a great activity for kids to measure and grate/slice with a kid-safe knife all the ingredients and place in individual Ziplock bags or containers and place in the fridge. They can even work out how much they would need for the number of family members.
Make ahead notes:
- Have all the ingredients pre-made in the fridge so it is just assembling on the day
- Pre grate the carrot, pre slice the tomato, cucumber and capsicum and prewash and tear the lettuce
Easy leftover roast lamb kebabs
- 1-2 cups leftover roast lamb
- 1 cup fresh soft lettuce leaves like oak, mignonette, butter
- 1 carrot grated
- 1 red capsicum finely sliced
- 2 ripe tomatoes finely sliced
- ½ medium cucumber finely sliced
- ½ cup Tzatziki dip
- 1 cup grated cheese
- 1 packet of tortillas or flat breads
- Line each tortilla with some tzatziki, then some slices of lamb, then cheese, tomato, capsicum and carrot
- Roll up into a kebab shape, tucking the bottom over before rolling helps stop it being too messy
- You can add chili, Greek yoghurt any sauce you like.
- The lamb could be heated or eaten cold