How To Make Your Own Frozen Wraps

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I used to walk the freezer aisle in envy of all of those perfectly engineered frozen burritos. How did they managed to get everything in there in so it doesn’t overcook when reheated? And sealed in with just a thin plastic wrapper? Well, I dare say I’ve conquered it. A number of tips will help you create your own fresh freezer fare, too!

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Reheating Gently: Let your wraps thaw in the refrigerator overnight or at least for a few hours before reheating. Microwave for 30 second intervals, turning as you go, and check that the wrap doesn’t have a secretly still chill center. If you cut into it and the cheese isn’t melted (another reason to use cheese!), keep heating. I heat mine in the toaster oven in the foil wrapping for 10 minutes, and another few minutes unwrapped to toast the outside.

What are your favorite wraps to freeze?

(Images: Stephanie Barlow)

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