Raw Wraps are a favourite of ours!
We often have epic salads or at least incorporate a large amount of greens and fresh colour into our dinners, but sometimes you want a bit more texture or something a little different.
Blend everything until it's smooth and easy to pour (like the consistency of pancake batter)
You may need a dash more water to bring it all together.
*You could also use beetroot or carrot instead of the capsicum if you prefer.
Although the prep and the ingredients for this recipe are really simple, you do need to keep an eye on the dehydration stage. Mainly just because wraps can be a little unforgiving and if they're not in long enough they'll be mushy in the middle, and if they're in for too long they turn out like crackers (which isn't really that bad, if this happens just break it up into small pieces and toss into a salad, still yum).
So set your Dehydrator at about 42 degrees Celsius and line a tray with baking paper or a teflex sheet (see the notes below about teflex sheets).
Pour into a dinner plate sized puddle and move the tray around to spread out the wrap so it's quite thin and even, only a few millimetres thick. You may need a spatula to get it just right. You could also spread it out into a square and then once finished cut them into several smaller wraps.
Dehydrate for 3-4 hours and then flip the raw wraps.
You'll know when they are good to flip because the top will have firmed up and you can peel the corner of the sheet back from under the wrap (carefully). The easiest way to flip them, is to get a second dehydrator tray (with no teflex sheet) and put it upside down on top, then flip both trays so the raw wrap is now upside down on the mesh rack. Then carefully peel the teflex sheet off and dehydrate for another couple of hours.
We often make these in the morning so they are ready to go for dinner, just store them in an airtight container once they are done. Fill the wraps with your favourite greens, freshly chopped veggies, marinated mushrooms and perhaps a cashew or sunflower seed sauce. We also like to top it off with some extra goodies like dulse flakes, hemp seeds or nutritional yeast. They are packed full of plant based nutrients that will leave you feeling full and nourished.
NOTE: Make sure you get some teflex sheets for your dehydrator. They really do make a difference in dehydrating evenly (as opposed to using baking paper).