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Anne Dolce

Italian Wrap

This wrap is a representation of all of my favorite Italian ingredients: smoky roasted red peppers, savory salami, sautéed peppers, and mushrooms. The goat cheese acts as a binding for all of the ingredients, and when it melts, it acts as dressing for the wrap.

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  • 2 Tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 green bell pepper, sliced thinly
  • 1 portobello mushroom, sliced thinly
  • Two 8-inch whole-wheat wraps
  • 2 Ounces goat cheese
  • 6 slices salami
  • 2 roasted red peppers, sliced thinly

20 of the Best Wrap Recipes

Some of our favorite summer recipes you can roll up in a tortilla and eat with your hands. I love a good wrap on a summer evening! Here are some of the best wrap recipes to try this summer.

Spicy Chipotle Wrap with Smoked Turkey & Mango from The Kitchen is My Playground

Chicken, Spinach & Cream Cheese Tortilla Wrap from Tried and Tasty

Mediterranean Meatball Gyro Sandwich from Life Tastes Good

Garlic Parmesan Chicken Wrap from Lemons for Lulu

Fiesta Chicken Salad Wrap from Inside BruCrew Life

Chicken Strawberry Salad Wrap from Muy Bueno Cookbook

Easy Chicken Salad Wraps from Shugary Sweets

Copycat Jason’s Deli Mediterranean Wrap from Tried and Tasty

Copycat McDonald’s Chili Lime Grilled Chicken Wrap from Clarks Condensed

What ingredients do I need to make an Italian Chicken Wrap?

The beautiful thing about this recipe is that you can customize this based on your preferences. However, as written these are the ingredients I used.

  • Tortilla
  • Chicken
  • Lettuce
  • Tomatoes
  • Parmesan
  • Italian Dressing
  • Pepperoncini peppers

Italian Sub Sandwich Tortilla Pinwheels

Recently I was asked to create a variety of appetizers for a teacher appreciation event, with about 120 people attending. So I’ve been searching for tasty recipes ideas that can be made ahead and will easily feed a crowd.

If you’re looking for a delicious way to feed a crowd, or just to feed your family, look no further than these Italian Sub Sandwich Tortilla Pinwheels.

These roll ups are terrific! My husband loved them, too. I anticipate making these many times in the future thanks for a great recipe!

Since tortilla pinwheels are absolutely perfect for this kind of occasion, I’ve been experimenting with several different fillings, and these Italian Sub Sandwich Tortilla Pinwheels were a big hit with my family.

These tasty tortilla roll-ups start with a cream cheese spread that’s loaded with garlic, onions, olives, cheese, peppers and Italian seasoning.

The cream cheese filling alone was pretty amazing with the tortillas, so if you’d prefer a meatless version of this recipe, I can assure you, it will be delicious!

But since it wouldn’t really resemble an Italian sub without the meat, everything is wrapped up with salami, pepperoni and lettuce for a delicious appetizer, or even a light lunch.

And my boys love these pinwheels for after school snacks!

Of course, just like a sub sandwich, you can omit or substitute your favorite ingredients. I often use sliced deli ham in place of either the salami or pepperoni. And almost any kind of cheese will work.

If you want to spice these pinwheels up a bit, use a jalapeno instead of a red pepper, or toss in some red pepper flakes.

However you prepare them, these Italian Sub Sandwich Tortilla Pinwheels are sure to be a hit with your friends and family

Easy Spicy Italian Wrap Recipe

Lunch packing season is back in full swing and I’m already tired of packing sandwiches! Good thing Monkey Boy loves wraps ! So I like to mix things up and try new wraps. This Italian one packs a little heat, so if you’re packing it in a lunch, make sure to include some extra beverages to wash it down.

If you aren’t a big fan of spice, you can easily make this wrap without the Tabasco. I think it would be a shame because that kick totally makes the wrap. But kinda like dog people and cat people, I’ve realized you can’t convert a non-spice lover to a spice lover. Just doesn’t work!


4 oz Italian salame slices
2 oz pepperoni slices
2 oz pepperjack cheese
2 oz ham slices
4 teaspoons red onion, diced
3 teaspoons tomato, diced
1/4 cup lettuce leaves
1 teaspoon Tabasco
1 8-inch flour tortilla

Lay tortilla on a flat surface. Spread Tabasco evenly in the middle and then stack all the remaining ingredients on top. Roll up tightly. Cut each wrap diagonally in half to serve.

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Piadina Romagnola

Italia's wrap, this flatbread is toasted and filled with antipasti like prosciutto, stone fruit, rocket and cheeses for a burst of diverse flavours.



Skill level


  • 250 g (1⅔ cups) plain flour, plus extra, for dusting
  • 60 ml (¼ cup) extra virgin olive oil or shortening
  • 125 ml (½ cup) milk
  • 1 tsp salt flakes
  • antipasti (prosciutto, bresaola, pickled vegetables, fresh cheeses, rocket and sliced peach) to serve

Cook's notes

Oven temperatures are for conventional if using fan-forced (convection), reduce the temperature by 20˚C. | We use Australian tablespoons and cups: 1 teaspoon equals 5 ml 1 tablespoon equals 20 ml 1 cup equals 250 ml. | All herbs are fresh (unless specified) and cups are lightly packed. | All vegetables are medium size and peeled, unless specified. | All eggs are 55-60 g, unless specified.


Resting time: 30 minutes

1. Place all the dough ingredients in a bowl and mix until well combined. Turn out onto a lightly floured surface and knead for 3–4 minutes or until smooth. If the dough is a little dry, gradually add a little water and keep kneading until smooth. Transfer to a clean bowl, cover and stand at room temperature for 30 minutes to allow the gluten in the flour to relax.

2. Cut the rested dough into quarters, then roll out each piece on a lightly floured work surface into rough rounds about 2 mm thick.

3. Place a non-stick frying pan or skillet over medium heat. When hot, gently dry-fry 1 round of dough until the surface starts to bubble up. Flip it over and cook for another 1 minute or until tiny blisters appear. Repeat with the remaining dough, stacking the piadina as you go.

4. Cut the cooked piadina into wedges and serve with all the fillings.

The uncooked piadina will keep in the fridge, well wrapped for 2-3 days. They can also be frozen (overlap them with a sheet of baking paper between each) for up to 6 months.

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Cream Cheese Italian Pinwheels

Cream Cheese Italian Pinwheels – A pinwheel appetizer filled with cream cheese, ham, salami, banana pepper rings, shredded lettuce, and Italian dressing.

Impress everybody at your next party with these Cream Cheese Italian Pinwheels.

People always go crazy for pinwheels. Seriously. These tasty little nuggets are definitely worth loosing your mind over.

Layer. Roll it up. Chill. Slice. Stuff it in your face. Done.

How to make a Skinny Italian Wrap

  • 1 Flatout Italian Wrap
  • 2 slices of deli ham &lsquooff the bone&rsquo
  • 2 slices of hard or Genoa salami (or capicola, or pepperoni etc.)
  • 1 slice of provolone cheese, cut in half
  • 3 slices of tomato
  • handful of lettuce
  • 2 tsp olive oil
  • 2 tsp red wine vinegar
  • 1/2 tsp dried oregano
  • pinch of kosher salt
  • pinch of black pepper
  • pinch of crushed red pepper lakes (optional)
  • sliced pepperoncini (optional)
  • a couple shakes of parmesan cheese
  1. Spread lettuce on the Flatout, leaving about 1 inch of the edge on the round sides.
  2. Place the tomato slices across the lettuce aligned from one straight edge to the other.
  3. Mix oil, vinegar, oregano, salt, pepper, crushed red pepper flakes and parmesan cheese in a small bowl, and brush on the tomato slices.
  4. Layer the rest of the ingredients on the tomato in this order: provolone cheese, salami, ham, pepperoncini slices.
  5. Carefully roll it up and cut in half. Enjoy!

Disclosure: I was compensated by Flatout as part of a campaign for Flatout and Walmart stores. All opinions are 100% my own.

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Chicken Provencal Wrap

Maybe an Italian-inspired wrap is more your style. If so, the Chicken Provencal Wrap is the perfect recipe for you. This is an ideal way to use up any leftover rotisserie chicken. Place that on a whole wheat wrap and add provencal mustard, spinach, peppadew, goat cheese and a touch of pesto. When it all comes together, it's a true delight.


These Italian roll-ups aka tortilla roll-ups, ham pinwheels, or appetizer roll-ups, they are so easy to make and make a great lunch or appetizer. Use your favorite ham, salami, turkey, pepperoni and cheeses to make these your own.

Watch the video: Easy Italian deli lettuce wrap, keto friendly (August 2022).