Food & Recipes

Make the Most Delicious Wrap Sandwich That Won’t Ever Fall Apart With This Simple Hack

These are restaurant-worthy.

Quick, easy food and recipe hacks are some of our favorite things to discover here at First. When you don’t want to spend extra money but are craving something delicious, the internet has always got some creative ideas for you to try. Our most recent favorite will help you make your own expertly crafted wrap, complete with perfectly even fillings, that doesn’t fall apart and make a mess.

The trick to this hack I discovered on Tik Tok is in the way you fill and fold your wrap. Rather than creating a messy burrito-style wrap where fillings are falling out, this comes out clean and flat — making it easier to eat. Not only that, but it essentially evens out the ratio of fillings so that you take the perfect bite every time. What’s not to love?

In the video above, you can see just how to do it. First, you cut a slit into your wrap. Then, “fill” each of the four quarters of the wrap with a different ingredient. Next, take the cut edge of the wrap and fold it into four quarters, creating a triangle shape. Finally, you can press the wrap in a preheated pan until it’s toasted, or even put it into a panini press for a few minutes. That’s it!

The best thing about this hack is that you can use whatever you have in your fridge. That means taking any (or all) of your most favorite ingredients to create the perfect tasty lunch that’s totally specific to you. You can throw a variety of things in including different spreads, meats, cheeses and other fun fillings. We saw one Tik Tok user add cheese, cold cuts, tomato, mustard and some avocado in hers, and our mouths were watering seeing the end result! Simple, but oh so good.

We love how this trick is giving us the ability to make some restaurant-worthy creations right at home. Traditional sandwiches are no match for this wrap hack, and we hope you take full advantage of how easy it is!

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