Falafel and Hummus Wrap with Stonefire Naan Bread & a Giveaway

If I could, I would eat pita bread and hummus every day.  I love it!  I love the garlicy deliciousness of it all.  (I would, of course, sprinkle Feta all over it too and maybe some tzatziki dressing and I would be in heaven.  I might even chose this over chocolate.  Can you believe it?!?!

Flatbreads have been in existence for over 6,000 years.  And with Stonefire Authentic Flatbreads, it’s all about authenticity, being worldly and family.
From the sponsor:  “Don’t fight tradition” is a familiar saying at the Ajmera family table. And this is always referred to in regards to flatbreads, the world’s oldest breads. For the family, the start of the journey in creating Stonefire Authentic Flatbreads was all about being true to the history, heritage and homage of these worldly breads.
Flatbreads are in almost every corner of the world.  From India comes Naan and Roti, from the Meditteranean comes Pita.  And the intrigue of bringing all the different shapes and textures of flatbread to North America began.
The Stonefire adventure was rooted with two unbreakable rules. Rule #1 – The flatbreads had to be utterly authentic. Only traditional baking methods and the finest ingredients would be used. Why break with tradition? Rule #2 – The flatbreads would be “preservative free” just as they were years ago.
Ingredients and the baking method is extremely important in making flatbread.  Naan is made with buttermilk and traditional ghee (clarified butter) and is made in small batches and hand stretched.  Every Stonefire Authentic Flatbread is made with natural ingredients and no preservatives.  There are no artificial flavors or colors, 0 grams of trans fat and no hydrogenated oils.  That is important to this family!
One of the things that I love about Naan bread is that it freezes great!  Just take it out a couple of hours before using it and it’s perfect.  It doesn’t dry out or become hardened.
I was given three packages of Naan bread to try: Original, Garlic and Whole Wheat.  All three flavors were wonderful.  They were soft and full of flavor.  The Garlic was my favorite.  I just love garlic.  I think I could eat this bread all by itself for a snack (or a meal.)
With the Original Naan I made a steak sandwich with steak, lettuce, tomatoes and a creamy garlic dill dressing.  It was amazing!
I changed up the Falafel and Hummus Pita recipe so I could use Stonefire’s Naan bread rather than the pita bread.  It was amazing!
Falafel and Hummus Naan Wrap
* Stonefire Naan bread (you can use any variety.  I used Garlic because it was amazing!)
* Hummus (either homemade or store bought)
* shredded lettuce
* diced Roma tomatoes
* Falafel balls (warmed)
I was hoping to slather tzatziki all over it but I couldn’t find any at the store.  (Not happy about that but it was still so delicious!)
Sprinkle the Naan bread with water and place on a cookie sheet.  Warm up in a 400 degree oven for 2 to 3 minutes.  This makes it warm and soft(er) and wonderful.
Spread hummus on one side (or both if you love hummus).  Add falafel balls, lettuce and tomatoes.
Voila!  Easiest “sandwich” ever to make and oh, so good!

Yes, the top is ripped because I couldn’t help myself =o)  I had to eat it pronto!

Interested in hearing more about Stonefire Authentic Flatbreads and the other amazing flatbreads they make?  You can find them on Facebook and Twitter.
Stonefore is also having a Cooking at Home For the Holidays Sweepstakes on their Facebook page.  Just like their page and enter to win 1 of 8 prizes to help you cook at home for the Holidays.
How would you like to win the same three flavors of Naan bread?  Enter on the rafflecopter below for your chance.
Giveaway is open to US residents, 18 years of age and older and ends December 6th.
 
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Comments

  1. oh I love falafels and hummus, it is so good!

  2. This is absolutely crave worthy! I would love to try the Beef and Bean Roti Burritos.

  3. I’d like to make BBQ Chicken Naan Pizza bites or Apple & Herb Naan Stuffing — perfect for Thanksgiving.

  4. the recipe for Banana Foster with Cinnamon Sugar Naan

  5. Banana Foster with Cinnamon Sugar Naan

  6. The grilled BLT panini I would like to eat but I would eat most anything

  7. Chicken Naanwhich with Pesto Mayo sounds awesome!

  8. Grilled Vegetables and Goat Cheese Pizza!

  9. the recipe for banana foster with cinnamon sugar naan.

  10. the Spicy Chickpea Naan Wrap sounds wonderful and in fact, i’m putting it on my menu plan for next week!

    jayedee.dewitt@gmail.com

  11. I like Grilled Vegetable and Goat Cheese Pizza.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

  12. Beef and Bean Roti Burritos

  13. So many sounded good but I would probably try Bananas Foster with Cinnamon and Sugar Naan first. Yum.

  14. Stonefire Sweet Chili Chicken and Cheese Naan Pizza

  15. nice and simple cinnamon sugar naan!

  16. The cinnamon and sugar naan looks amazing!

  17. I would like to make the Roasted Chicken, Bacon and Tomato Alfredo pizza. Thanks for the chance to enter.

    Andrea D.
    short74717@msn.com

  18. I would like to try the Gorgonzola, Onion and Rosemary Naan Pizza.
    cloud10277@hotmail.com

  19. Wishing you and your family a very Happy and Blessed Thanksgiving. Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and hope to see you soon!
    Miz Helen

  20. Honey Lemon Naan Baste.

  21. Blue Cheese,Pesto & Mushroom Appetizer recipe
    Thanks.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

  22. I really want to try the Grilled Vegetable and Goat Cheese Pizza recipe

  23. Bananas foster. We use these to make little pizzas every now and then. They work well.

  24. This looks delicious! I love Greek food. I think the Banana Foster with Cinnamon Sugar Naan looks amazing!

  25. I would love to try the Bananas Foster with Cinnamon and Sugar Naan

  26. Falafel and Hummus Pita

  27. I’d love to try the recipe for Cinnamon Sugar Naan.

  28. cinnamon sugar naan

    but i have a recipe that i already make with naan its a copycat from damon’s restaurant — their chorizo dip and i cut up the naan into triangles and bake until warm and use it as dipping bread! delicious!

  29. Breakfast Naan Pizza

  30. I would like to try the Chicken Ceasar Pita.

  31. I’d like to try the Grilled Vegetable and Goat Cheese Pizza recipe.

  32. Frankie Roti Wrap. i love cilantro (coriander)

  33. Blue Cheese,Pesto & Mushroom Appetizer
    Sounds perfect for the holidays!

  34. I’d like to try the chicken ceasar pita.

  35. I would love to try this as a pizza crust! I’ve never had Naan, it sounds great!

  36. Kat @ Stonefire Flatbreads

  37. Kat @ Stonefire Flatbreads

    This recipe looks absolutely amazing! Using the naan as a wrap is a brilliant idea! Can’t wait to test it out in our kitchens!