Saturday night is bowling night. Yes, I live in the suburbs, drive a minivan and belong to a neighborhood bowling league. We meet once a month on a Saturday night. The best part is that each couple brings a dish to share and our own cocktails. For me , it is definitely not the bowling that keeps me coming back although I will put up with it for friendship, laughs, good food and some cocktails. This past Saturday I decided to bring these wraps. They were somewhat on the healthy side but delicious and perfect to share with a crowd. You can make them as an appetizer but they also work well in a lunchbox. I had a few leftover the very next day. I have to say that they were better after they sat in the fridge overnight.
Middle Eastern Lavash Wraps
8 ounces of your favorite hummus ( I cheated and used Whole Foods roasted red pepper)
3 large lavash wraps
2 pickling cukes, peeled and chopped
1 medium size tomato, chopped
4 ounces feta cheese, crumbled
1/3 cup chopped kalamata olives
a handful of chopped parsley
the juice from half a lemon
a pinch of cayenne pepper
Spread the hummus on all three lavash breads. Mix together the cukes, tomatoes, feta, olives and parsley. Sprinkle with lemon juice and a pinch of cayenne. Make sure mixture is mixed well. Top the mixture evenly on the wraps. Roll tightly. Slice into pieces and use toothpicks to secure wraps if necessary.