Fresh Red Lentil Wraps


Makes approximately 10 wraps

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  • 375g dried red lentils
  • 3 cups water
  • Pinch of iodised salt
  • Rice bran oil for cooking (or other suitable oil)


  • Place all the ingredients into a bowl and soak the lentils for at least 3 hours
  • Place the lentils and the soaking water into a blender and puree, for at least 90 seconds, until smooth
  • Heat a small fry pan and when hot, brush on some rice bran oil to prevent the wrap from sticking
  • It will take a little practice to spread the mixture thin, in your fry pan
  • If it’s too thin they crack when wrapping your filling
  • I used 1/3 cup per wrap and made 14 wraps. Wholscoopblog suggests it makes 10 wraps, so use a little more mixture….approx 1/2 cup per wrap.
  • Place the mixture in the middle of the fry pan. I used a flat icing spatula to spread the mixture into a thin circle
  • Cook for 30-60 seconds, then flip and cook the second side for about another minute


  • Store them is an air-tight container for about 5 days in the fridge.
  • Place some baking paper between each and freeze in an air-tight zip lock bag
  • To soften it up before filling the wrap, microwave it for 10-20 seconds
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