Thursday, March 1, 2012

Pastrami Wraps


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Hello everybody, 

I am still trying to get back to blogging... I know I have been missing on some amazing recipes. 
Blogging takes time and we have to be 100% to present ourselves and our dishes in the best way possible. 
Today I have something very easy and it is my kids favorite lunch or on to go wrap. This could be perfect for picnics or when you have friends over. Less mess, less stress! 
Also it doesn't lack in nutrition. This is made from 100% Organic Beef Pastrami (gluten free) and of course organic vegetables. However this is not your ordinary beef pastrami..This comes from Rocky Mountains Organic Meat and it's located in Wyoming where animals are happy and healthy. They are grass-fed and grass-finished, meat is very lean, packed with Omega-3 fatty acids and you can see and taste the difference when you compare to the leading store brands. 
When Mr. Rod Morrison, president and CEO of Rocky Mountain Organic Meats says that this is the best meat that you will ever taste I believe him because it is honestly one of the best. Pastrami is absolutely 100% delicious  and without doubt in my mind I would recommend to all of you! 
Ingredients in Pastrami:
Beef, Water, Sea salt, Sugar, Black Pepper, Garlic, Coriander, Celery. 
Taste Results: AMAZING!!!



Serves 4-5
Ingredients:
  • 3 Large Tortillas
  • 4 slices Rocky Mt. 100% Organic Pastrami
  • 1 Tbs. Fat Free Cream Cheese for each (whip it and you will have an amazing spread)
  • 1 Organic Orange Bell Pepper (or any of your choice)
  • 1/2 slice of Smoked Mozzarella for each
  • Organic Lettuce
*Put everything in order, roll it and munch on it!!!



I also boiled for few minutes in salted water Asparagus and just rolled Pastrami in the middle. 
It's great appetizer, or snack! My husbands comment was, why didn't you wrap it all around the Asparagus?:)) Typical man's question!:))
You can check the Rocky Mt. Blog and read interesting facts and articles.

Enjoy the rest of your week!!!

Your friend,

Sandra




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42 comments :

  1. These wraps look scrumptious with the organic pastrami and veggies. This could be my lunch today!

    I also like the appetizer option with asparagus.

    Hope that you are 100% soon.

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  2. These look so good, I can see why these are a favorite. It's also good to know that we can have yummy meals like this and know that they're good for us.

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  3. Sandra, this looks fantastic and easy to prepare :). Like it!

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  4. Sandra, these do look delicious and healthy. Really nice photos too. Hope you are having a really pelasant day.

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  5. what an easy bite to prepare! and the pictures are so stunning :)

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  6. Yum! I bet my kids would love if I packed this for them when we go to the park. I also love your presentation

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  7. For some reason it is hard to find pastrami around here. I guess no one buys it-but they do need to expand there diet to include it-yum! Your wraps as well as the asparagus are winners in my book. Easy and delicious!

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  8. Ooooh that looks fantastic! My parents always made white asparagus like that! :)

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  9. I know what you mean by having a hard time getting back to blogging. Once you take a break from it it's not that easy to come back. But once you do...it feels like you never left!

    These pastrami wraps are just perfect for lunch at the office. Can't wait to get back to work hihih.

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  10. The wraps look great--but I'm really attracted to the asparagus. Such a nice change from wrapping in prosciutto!

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  11. I love learning about this kind of quick Western lunch option because I tend to go Asian food even for lunch time. When cooking/eating simple food, it's important that quality of ingredients are really good. I need to look for this brand and check it out!

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  12. These wraps look wonderful, Sandra! I've rolled asparagus before - in prosciutto. The pastrami looks delish!

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  13. You are doing wonderful things with all those organic beef products, Sandra! Take your time coming back to blogging, we will all still be here.

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  14. Blogging takes up so much of time! I totally know how hard it is to get back to it when you've taken a break... LOVE the wraps - they look delicious and light! Perfect for the weather we've been having... Summer's on its way in India! :) Thanks for sharing, Sandra!

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  15. not a fan of pastrami but would love that with some other meat. Sounds light and delicious.

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  16. These wraps look wonderful Sandra!!!!
    And now you made me hungry again!!!!!
    Talk to you soon.....

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  17. Cute and simple lunch with gorgeous photography :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru
    Latest: Giant Reese's Stuffed Peanut Butter Stuffed Peanut Butter M&M Cookie For One

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  18. They look fantastic Sandra! I love pastrami but it is so hard to find it here. Have a great weekend, and I hope you can find your blogging pace again soon :)

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  19. Poor dear moving that many times, I think you need the hug, sending one your way. I agree it's time consuming. I haven't had pastrami in such a long time, I wish I had some in the fridge so I could have one of these for lunch. Hope you have a wonderful weekend. I finally resolved your feed issue, what the heck.
    -Gina-

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  20. I hear you about trying to get back to blogging... life is so crazy sometimes, it's tough to keep up. But I hope everything is going well with you and that you will soon have plenty more time :)
    In any case, your wraps look lovely. And since the hubby and I eat pastrami all the time, it's a great idea for a quick meal!

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  21. What a great way to present lunch! My kids would love it too!

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  22. What a delicious wrap and great ingredients! This looks mouthwatering, Sandra. Also, I completely understand where you're coming from about blogging... I've had my fair share of abscences, but don't worry, it will come naturally to you again soon! Have a nice weekend.

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  23. Your pastrami wraps are beautiful and tasty looking, Sandra!
    Wishing you a happy weekend!

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  24. Sandra they so tempting, fantastic picture!

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  25. Oh, that pastrami looks wonderful...as do your yummy wraps! I'd love these for my lunch :) Have a great weekend, Sandra!

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  26. So pretty as well as tasty. ;)

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  27. beautiful looking gourmet wraps :)

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  28. Just pinned into Quick and Easy Meals, would love these wraps for a picnic lunch or dinner!

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  29. Huh, organic pastrami! Looks great. And I love it wrapped around the asparagus :-)

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  30. I love wrap sandwiches...and simple is great when you're using such fresh and healthy ingredients!!

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  31. Getting back to blogging can be challenging after a break, just take your time! This looks like perfect afternoon snack!

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  32. Sandra, great cool and practical gourme recipe. Moja deca obozavaju pastrami:)
    Znam sta mislis, ponekad imam manjak sati u danu da sve zavrsim....

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  33. Gorgeous wraps! My oldest adores pastrami and always goes for organics...he will love this :)
    Wishing you a wonderful Sunday!

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  34. Wraps are my favorite lunch food :) I love yours...and the appetizer as well! Asparagus shows up often at my house, and I'm always out for new ways to prepare it.

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  35. I love how colorful these wraps are! I'm always looking out for new wrap ideas!

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  36. that looks fantastic Sandra!A great wrap idea!have a good week...

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  37. Thank you all so much for commenting! Also I am glad you liked this lunch idea.

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  38. One of Adam's earliest food memories is the wonder of discovering pastrami at Katherine's Cheese House - now defunct - in Hickory, NC. TO this day anything with pastrami has a target on it and the missile is his mouth. These wraps look delightful, and the wrapped asparagus look even better. Perfect lunch, especially now that spring is on it's way.

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