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Greek Turkey Wrap – My Fussy Eater


Delicious and healthy Greek Turkey Wraps, made with turkey steaks and peppers and wrapped up with crumbled feta and tzatziki.

Greek Turkey Wrap

I’ve been making these Greek Turkey Wraps for a couple of months now but finally got round to actually photographing them and getting them on the website to share with you all. I know I call a lot of recipes “delicious” but these are honestly my favourite thing to eat at the moment and I hope you will love them too!

How To Make Greek Turkey Wraps

The recipe starts with turkey steaks, cut into strips and then mixed with paprika, garlic and onion powder.

strips of turkey steak in a bowl mixed with paprika, garlic and onion powder

The turkey is fried for a couple of minutes on its own and then you add some sliced peppers and cook for another 8 to 10 minutes.

turkey strips in a frying pan with red and orange peppers

In the last couple of minutes of cooking, add in a little honey. This adds the most amazing caramelised coating to the outside of the turkey so don’t skip this out!

Whilst all that is cooking make up the tzatziki by mixing 0% greek yogurt, diced cucumber and garlic powder in a bowl. Season with a little salt and pepper to your taste.

tzatziki in a bowl

How To Make The Perfect Wrap!

Then it’s time to build the wrap. I add the ingredients just under the centre of the tortilla. Add the tzatziki first, followed by some salad leaves, the cooked turkey and peppers and finally some crumbled feta.

how to build the wrap step by step

To get a super tight wrap, fold in the edges first then wrap the tortilla up as tight as you can, keeping the edges tucked in.

greek turkey wrap

Once it’s nice and tight, wrap it up in the tin foil. This will hold the wrap together easily so you can eat it without mess!

wrap in tin foil

Cut it in two and it’s ready to enjoy!

greek turkey wrap sliced in half

I know this is very much an “adult” kind of meal. My kids are not good with big filled wraps like this! So I’ll show you how I served it up to them. I used a Pick Plate and divided up the ingredients. I cut a tortilla wrap into triangles. My kids are not fans of feta so I added some grated cheddar instead.

deconstructed turkey wrap for kids served on a pick plate

If you try my Greek Turkey Wraps recipe please do leave me a comment and a star rating below. You can also share your pictures with me on on Instagram.  I always love to see your creations!

If you are being mindful of calories I calculated this meal to be 470 calories per wrap.

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Greek Turkey Wrap


Description

Delicious and healthy Greek Turkey Wraps, made with turkey steaks and peppers and wrapped up with crumbled feta and tzatziki.


Ingredients

For the filling:

  • 400g turkey steaks
  • 1 tsp paprika
  • 1/2 tsp garlic powder
  • 1/2 tsp onion powder
  • 1/2 tbsp oil
  • 2 peppers
  • 2 tsp honey

For the tzatziki sauce:

  • 100g 0% greek yogurt
  • 75g cucumber, finely diced
  • 1/4 tsp garlic powder

For the wraps:

  • tin foil
  • 4 large tortilla wraps
  • salad leaves
  • 100g feta

Instructions

  1. Cut the turkey steaks into thin strips and add to a bowl along with the paprika, garlic powder and onion powder. Mix well and season with a little salt and pepper.
  2. Heat the oil in a frying pan on a medium heat and add the turkey strips. Cook for 3 minutes to get some colour on the turkey.
  3. Meanwhile cut the peppers into strips and then add them to the frying pan. Cook for 8-10 minutes, adding the honey for the last couple of minutes of cooking.
  4. Make the tzatziki by adding all the ingredients to a bowl and mixing well. Season to taste with salt and pepper.
  5. To make the wraps, cut a piece of tin foil a little bigger than the tortilla and place the wrap on it.
  6. To make the perfect wrap I always add the fillings just under the centre of the wrap as pictured above.
  7. Add the tzatziki, salad, turkey and peppers and finally crumble on some feta. 
  8. Fold in the sides and then wrap up the tortilla as tightly as you can. When its completely wrapped up, wrap it in tin foil.
  9. Cut in two and serve.
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