Tuesday night, as I packed for my flight I had a great dinner idea. I had some leftover mashed potato and some broccoli that I couldn’t wait to eat from the farmer’s market. I used to loved to get the broccoli and cheese baked potato when I was a kid, so I was inspired to make a somewhat random dish.
So random in fact, that I’m not sure what to call it. A taco? A Burrito? A Wrap? Either way, it worked out better than my wildest dreams.
I probably should have taken pictures with a better light source or a tripod though. Oh well, a recipe that I will need to repeat just to get new pictures (and because it was delicious).
- Mashed potatoes (mine were made with earth balance and garlic)
- Sauteed Broccoli
- Cheese or cheese substitute (like daiya, teese or a cashew cheeze sauce)
- Green onions
The instructions are even simpler. Layer ingredients together in the proportions you enjoy, eat warm.
I clearly was heavy on the broccoli. It’s one of my favorite foods.
While I used organic dairy cheese, I beg you to try it with daiya, teese or without cheese at all. I think the dish is a perfect example of how veggies can hold their own in a dish. I found myself wishing I had omitted the cheese when I realized I didn’t have any thawed out non-dairy.
What do you think? Broccoli and potato in a wrap, appetizing or repulsive?