A homemade wrap is easy to make. I had to convince myself about this because it seemed like such a hustle but it is really easy to whip up. This wrap includes a fav flesh as it’s known in my house and while you’re exploring with it, be generous with the chili… it will taste even better!
- Pork tenderloin cut into strips
- Tomato paste
- Half teaspoon salt
- Olive oil
- Heat 1 table-spoon oil in a wok over medium high heat
- Cook pork tenderloin until browned for 2 to 4 minutes and transfer
- Heat remaining oil and add onions and garlic till they start to soften
- Add ginger, tomatoes and spice, liquid and simmer for about a minute
- Add pork and cook till pork is ready for about 6 – 8 minutes
- In a bowl combine flour and salt. Stir in water and oil (2 cups of flour to ¾ cup water)
- Knead into a smooth dough that doesn’t stick to clean hands
- Turn over into a floured surface if needed
- Divide dough into 8 portions and roll into a circle
- On a non-stick skillet cook tortillas over medium heat for 1 minute on each side till lightly browned. Keep warm when removed.
- Place about 2 – 3 table spoons of the pork on the tortilla, spread it out and drizzle over a little sauce and wrap it up!
Photos by Nze Eve