Saturday, 16 March 2013
Lamb kofta wraps
This isn't so much a recipe as the assembling of three different recipes - the pita, the kofta and the salad. But they do work very well together. Soft, fluffy but flexible fresh pita, spicy little lamb kofta and a roast cauliflower and feta salad were just made to be together.
The salad was based on this one, but I sprinkled the cauliflower and tomatoes with a little balsamic when it came out of the oven, and then tossed them and the feta through some salad leaves with a little mulberry molasses. It was a great way to use up some cauliflower.
Then for the kofta I followed this recipe. Although I didn't have any mint leaves and I only did a half quantity and I used gran luchito for the chilli paste.
The pita was just my usual 220g strong white flour, 30g rye flour, 1 sachet yeast, salt, olive oil and water mixture. I had the dough ready to go when I started to fry the kofta, and cooked the pita while the kofta cooked. So it was all ready at the same time and was just perfect.
An excellent sandwich to send to Deb for Souper (soup, salad and sammy) Sunday.