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The Ultimate Beef Wraps That Will Make Your Dinners A Hit!

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The Ultimate Beef Wraps That Will Make Your Dinners A Hit!

When it comes to quick and satisfying meals, warmed tortilla wraps filled with tender beef are hard to beat. With their sizzling beef slices and a variety of fresh ingredients, beef wraps are destined to become a staple for family dinners or gatherings with friends. In this article, discover our mouthwatering sizzling beef fajitas recipe and some alternative ingredients and toppings to make the dish truly yours.

The simplicity of beef wraps

Beef wraps offer a delightful blend of flavours and textures, with tender beef, a delicious marinade, and a fresh salsa to add some zing. It’s a dish that offers endless possibilities, letting you adjust the ingredients to suit your taste or whatever ingredients you have on hand. What makes our beef wrap recipe stand out? Beef is already naturally rich in flavour, but we take it up a notch by marinating it with soy sauce, Tate & Lyle Fairtrade Dark Brown Soft Sugar, garlic, olive oil, lime juice and chilli. Marinating the beef for at least 30 minutes is a crucial step. It adds a glorious depth of flavour, while the acidic lime juice helps to break down the beef fibres, making the meat tender and succulent.

How to make your beef wraps unique

While our beef wrap recipe is delicious as it is, there’s always room for flexibility. If you’re missing some ingredients or want to try something different, here’s how you can add your own twist.

Try using Tate & Lyle Fairtrade Unrefined Demerara Sugar

While Tate & Lyle Fairtrade Dark Brown Soft Sugar is commonly used in beef wraps, why not switch it up with Tate & Lyle Fairtrade Unrefined Demerara Sugar? This light brown sugar has a hint of caramel, providing a unique sweetness and flavour to your dish.

Mix in some different vegetables

Our recipe contains red onions and bell peppers, but there’s no reason to stop there. Try adding some sliced radishes for an extra crunch, grated carrots for a pop of colour, or thinly sliced cucumbers for a refreshing twist. These extra veggies will bring more texture and freshness to your wraps.

Experiment with herbs and spices

Herbs and spices can dramatically change the flavour profile of your wraps. Try swapping fresh chilli for cayenne pepper for some heat or smoked paprika for a milder, smoky flavour. If coriander isn’t your thing, replace it with parsley for a milder taste, or tarragon for a touch of liquorice.

Explore some meat alternatives 

While beef is a classic choice, you can also use chicken, lamb or tofu. Chicken offers a lighter, leaner option, while lamb provides a rich and robust flavour. And tofu is great for those seeking a plant-based alternative.

Switch up your wraps 

Wheat tortilla wraps are the norm, but you can explore other bases. Corn tortilla wraps are gluten-free and add a distinctive flavour. For a low-carb option, you can use lettuce or cabbage leaves, and you could also try pita bread or flatbreads for a Mediterranean twist.

Add unique toppings and condiments 

To make your beef wraps truly special, consider switching-up the toppings. Guacamole will add a creaminess, pickled onions will add a tangy bite, and cheese lovers can experiment with different types of cheese for an extra layer of indulgence.

Ready for some delicious beef wraps?

However you make them, this sizzling beef fajitas recipe is guaranteed to be a hit! Don’t forget to use Tate & Lyle Sugars—they’ll give your marinades and sauces the perfect sweetness and texture.

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