Completely normal. Sandwiches are also my personal favorite food. Whoever says its not normal is simply angry they didn't select sandwiches You've formally made me feel as though life is practical. ...
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- Perfectly normal. Sandwiches are also my favorite food. Anyone who says its not normal is just mad they didn't choose sandwiches
- You've officially made me feel as though life makes sense.
- Glad I could help. Stay strong!
- Oh my! I didn't even prepare a speech for this! I truely didn't know! (Insert random award winning celebrity at random awards show here)
- she doesn't even care whats in it just slap something between some bread
- Smoked chicken wraps, grilled vegetable sandwiches with sun dried tomato spread, open faced shrimp salad sandwiches, smoked salmon with cream cheese and cucumber tea sandwiches.
- saxy. I've been on a wrap binge the past few days with the sudden realization that I have no idea how to wrap a wrap. You got any tips on how to make a nice tight roll on the typical salad wrap? I've been using large tortillas for the most part.
- http://www.home-ec101.com/grilled-chicken-burritos-chimichangas/ I fold my sandwich wraps the way this lady folds her burritos. Cut sandwich in half and you have two nice sides.
- I don't actually do wraps that often. The best advice I have (unfortunately) is to not overfill them. If you're grilling the tortilla (or whatever you're wrapping it with) only grill one side. Grilling both sides makes it hard to fold and one side gives nice presentation.
- I'm interested in hearing the OP's reply, but I find that leaving about 2 inches of room at the bottom of the wrap allows enough room for it to be folded horizontally and then vertically to create a tight seal. It also helps to moisten the bread, e.g. using a water sprayer. I think that's how the sandwich factories do it. Read more comments