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Excellent! I followed the recipe exactly and loved it. The only thing I wasn't fond of was the feta (although I think it was just the type of feta I bought) so the second wrap I made I used real parmesan cheese and this was really great. Even my meat-lovin boyfriend loved them.
I was looking for something other than burritos to use up some tortillas and this fit the bill perfectly. Nice fresh Mediterranean flavors! This would be good with garbanzos or cannellini beans too. Next time I think I'll throw in some thyme or oregano too.
This recipe is mostly tasteless as prepared but with a few tweaks it can be amazing! I added walnut pieces a generous amount of curry powder some cumin (not a lot it's strong) and some chili powder. Sorry I don't have measurements I cook by eye and taste most of the time. Also if you use dry lentils use about 6 ounces. They really expand when you cook them!
The first time I made this I overcooked the lentils and there was too much liquid. The second time I was more careful about the measurements and not overcooking and it was really good. I like it with or without olives.
This was easy to make and delicious! Plus it was cheap! I did use dried lentils instead of canned which I just boiled until they were soft. Then I drained them and added them to the frying pan. I also added a bit of salt to my lentils (because they were dried) and about 1 tsp of cumin. I will be making this again!