It’s Friday and that means Fish on Friday, and today my post is an easy, in fact just made and devoured, breakfast wrap; made with some “Square” wraps that were sent to me as part of a small selection of Warburtons product samples. I was sent a selection of bread samples from the famous British bakery a few weeks ago now, which included hot dog buns, sliced bread, sandwich thins and some square wraps! I DO like Warburtons, and, if you are going to eat commercial bread, I think their bread is one of the best on the market. They DO have a large selection of bread and bread products and I was MOST impressed with their new “White Square Wraps”, which forms the basis of today’s recipe, Scandinavian Smoked Salmon & Scrambled Egg Breakfast Wraps.
The wraps were tasty and easy to roll, and not soft and “pappy” like lots of commercially baked wraps; in fact the fluffy scrambled eggs and smoked salmon didn’t dampen the wrap at all, so this breakfast was a lovely combination of flavours and textures too. I must also share the fact that I DID freeze mine, and they defrosted in about 30 minutes and again, were NOT damp or soggy, in fact, they were just as froze them a few weeks ago. This is helped by the fact that the packaging they are sold in, has a “zip-lock” style fastening at the top, so the wraps stay super fresh and don’t dry out.
This recipe is one I whipped up this morning, for my Fish on Friday post, and the smoked salmon I used was some GORGEOUS Scottish Loch Fyne smoked salmon I received some months ago; again, I ate one packet and froze the rest! There was some cream cheese with chives in the fridge as well as some free-range eggs, and so an elegant breakfast was thrown together, and I SHALL be making these wraps again, as they were just delicious! I can also see these being perfect for a starter – using one full wrap per two people and cutting them into smaller pieces, and then serving them with a small green salad, and maybe some cornichons and/or caper berries too.
With thanks to Warburtons for sending me selection of their bread products – the other product that I loved that they sent me was a packet of sandwich thins, a sort of soft Scandinavian style sandwich bread for open sandwiches, and again, with a lovely baked finish. Have a GREAT Fishy Friday, and I hope this little breakfast recipes inspires you to try it out, maybe for a special treat for Sunday breakfast or brunch! See you later with more 5:2 recipes, more reviews and some new Giveaways, Karen.