I bought a pack of lavash flat breads from Trader Joe’s recently with the intention of making pizza. I brushed olive oil on one bread, baked it for about 5 minutes, then heaped on the toppings: salami, fresh mozzarella, sauce, red peppers, and ground pepper. It tasted like a cracker pizza and barely took any time to cook compared to regular homemade pizza!
On other occasion, I put together a vegetarian glory containing zucchini, sautéed mushrooms, tomato, spinach, and… Italian truffle cheese. (This was a clean-out-the-fridge pizza.) I also made a version for Chris which had all of these items plus pepperoni.
These lavash packs come with six breads so early on in my lavash exploration, I was at a loss for what to do with the extras. Then, I came up with a brilliant idea: Mexican burritos. I cut the lavash in half (perfect for a dinner-for-two), then filled each one with refried beans, scrambled eggs, cheese (many kinds will work), and diced red peppers. I rolled the burritos up, then placed them in a greased pan, seam-side down. To finish them off before the heat, I sprayed the burritos with cooking spray and grated on salt and pepper. After about 5-10 minutes at 350 degrees, I added more cheese on top. A few minutes later, I drizzled on salsa. The results were delicious!