Greek Feta Wrap w/ FRESH Tortillas

THIS 20 minute meal is for sure a new addition to OUR menu. It may be a weekly rotation for a while. Because we are a little bored with the #quarantinekitchen life we’ve been living for, since well forever it seems.

I served it with a side of tator tots, because, #momlife and the kids LOVE them. I love them too, extra crispy. #honesty

(To watch how I assemble this easy meal, go to my Instagram Highlights, and you can see it for yourself!)

1 pkg. frozen Philly Cheesesteak (Great Value brand)

1 tsp. kosher salt

1 tsp. Badia complete seasoning

2 cups romaine lettuce, shredded or baby spinach

1/2 cup pickled onions, or sliced red onion

1 English cucumber, sliced

1 cup diced cherry tomatoes

Fresh Tortillas (link HERE)

Dill Sauce (recipe below)

Yogurt sauce:
8 oz. Greek yogurt

 4 oz. feta cheese

1 tsp. dried dill

1 lemon juiced

In a large skillet, over medium high heat, cook the meat, a little at a time, with some oil if needed. Season with salt and garlic. Remove the meat when it’s just about browned, but still has a little pink on it.

Slice the cucumber, dice the tomatoes, and slice the red onion. Set aside.

in a small bowl, combine the Greek yogurt, feta cheese, and dried dill and lemon juice. Stir together and set aside.

Prepare your tortillas. (Or purchase Naan, or flatbread) Spread the dill sauce, place the meat, tomatoes and lettuce. Top with cucumbers and roll or fold into a soft taco shape. Repeat. This recipe will make 8-12 wraps. Serve with a side of home fries or tator tots like we LOVE.

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