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Vegetable Lavash Roll-ups

What you need: 

4 medium carrots
1 garlic clove, minced
1/2 cup vegan mayonnaise
1/3 cup water
1 teaspoon mustard
salt and pepper, to taste
1 lavash flatbread (soft, thin flatbread of Armenian origin; tortillas can be substituted)
1 eggplant, chopped
oil, for frying
1/2 pound button mushrooms, chopped
1 onion, chopped

What you do: 

1. Cook carrots in boiling water until soft, then grate. Mix vegan mayonnaise with water, mustard and garlic. Salt and pepper, to taste.
2. Lay your lavash bread flat on plastic wrap, spread sauce on top. Fry eggplant in oil until soft. Fry mushrooms with onion, until soft.
3. Now put on all vegetables evenly on bread. Roll it up and wrap with plastic wrap. Let it stand in fridge for at least 4 hours and slice into 1" pieces.
Source of recipe: Whipped this up when I needed a satisfying appetizer.

Preparation Time: 
10 minutes, Cooking time: 20 minutes
Cooking Time: 
20 minutes


I forgot to mention that I did NOT put the water in the mayo mixture.  I use Veganaise and that tends to get a bit watery on its own after it sits, so I knew better than to put water with it. 


I jazzed this recipe up a little to suite my taste-buds and it turned out great! I did cook the eggplant seperate from the mushrooms/onion mixture and I seasoned both with sea salt.  For the mushroom/onion mixture I added red pepper flakes and black pepper.  For the mayo spread instead of just minced garlic, I put sun dried tomatoes, fresh parsley, and the garlic along with a squeeze of agave nectar in my magic bullet and blended.  Then I mixed it all with the mayo/mustard mixture.  Also, I couldn't find the right bread so I just used wheat wraps and overlapped them to make one big wrap.  Then I just cut it in half when it was time to eat.  My husband, a very picky vegan said it was the best wrap he has ever had.  He said he could taste all the spices.  I will definitely make this again.  Thanks for the recipe!


I made these for a party and they were quite tasty! i didn't have carrots on hand and i think it would have tasted better with them. i added hot sauce and used No water (would've been too watery)  i got good feedback from people and there were none left at the end of the night.
Thanks for the idea!


This was reallllllllllllllllllllly good! I didn't follow the recipe exactly though. I sauteed the eggplant, mushrooms, onion, and garlic together. For the sauce, I only used 2 tsp of water, and about 3 tsp of deli mustard with horseradish. This gave a nice spicy kick. Then I put it on a whole wheat tortilla and ate like a wrap/burrito.

Thanks for this great recipe!


I had a couple of problems with this recipe.  First of all, adding water to the mayo just made it so runny that it softened the bread to the point of tearing.  Secondly, the ingredients really didn't make enough for 20 rolls....unless you cut 'em really small.  More like 10.

It *is* delicious.  However, it seems like a lot of work to prepare all the vegiges separately when you can create something more or less as tasty by gilling a bunch of veggies and just rolling up up in bread with garlic mayo.


I had half of a texas sized eggplant and 2 large spinach wraps that needed to be loved and utilized so I made this.
I would advise adding the water to the vegan mayonaise to getting the consistency you want, as oppsosed to adding the vegan mayo to the water. I had to throw away my first batch of sauce because I couldnt get my sauce thick enough and I didnt want to add my whole jar of Veganaise.
I could have measured incorrectly, but I think 1/3 cup of water is too much.Then again, I just eyeballed the mayo so it cold have been all my fault. my bad.
Im not sure how big lavash is, never had it, but this recipe made enough for 2 roll ups and the final product was sooooo delicious.
I boiled and grated the carrots but they did not all make it into the final product. Who knew boiled carrots were so tantalizingly tasty?
I cooked the rest of the veggies all together and added the carrots to that and spread the veggie mixture on 1/2 of the wrap, atop  the sauce, and rolled it up like some sushi roll from outer space.
thanks keda !


This sounds delicious! I can't wait to try it! It reminds me of when I used to eat cream cheese, my Mom made these delicious things (pin wheels)  with herb and garlic cream cheese, tortillas and whatever vegetable.

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