Yummy Gluten Free Wrap / Wrap Sans Gluten

Aujourd’hui je vous présente un produit « sain », sans gluten et végétarien, qui est une bonne alternative au pain : le Norigami Wrap par Michel de France. Le produit est sur Amazon US et sur leur site internet. Ils ont plein de saveur différentes, la base du produit est du soja ou des pois, et vous pouvez ensuite choisir entre sésame, graines de pavot ou piment.

Etant aux Etats-Unis en ce moment, j’ai du mal à trouver du bon pain. Et le pain de mie ici est bourré de sucre, de sirop de mais, de sodium et compagnie. Alors, au lieu de me faire un sandwich le midi quand je n’ai pas le temps, je me fait un donc un wrap.


Pour l’apéro, j’en fais aussi des petites bouchées faciles à manger. Succès assuré !

Voici donc une recette simple et rapide qui épatera vos invités.

Norigami wrap
Des feuilles de laitues
Du blanc de poulet cuit (quand je n’ai pas le temps, je prends du poulet déjà cuit pour salade)
De la mayonnaise
De la poudre de curry
Des tomates séchées

Lavez et essuyez la laitue (les feuilles de laitue doivent être bien sèches car les feuilles de wrap sont très fines et ne supportent pas l’humidité). Coupez très finement le poulet (vous pouvez même le passer rapidement au mixeur). Mélangez environ deux à trois cuillères de mayonnaise avec de la poudre de curry et ajoutez au poulet. Ajustez au besoin (ajoutez plus de mayo si trop sec, plus de curry si pas assez relevé).
Placez les feuilles de laitue sur un coté du wrap, et ajoutez par-dessus le mélange au poulet. Coupez les tomates séchées en morceaux et ajoutez par-dessus le poulet (vous pouvez aussi mélanger les tomates directement au poulet). Roulez le wrap comme pour faire des makis. Coupez des tronçons de wraps et servez en apéritifs !

Today I am introducing an “healthy” product, gluten-free and vegetarian. It is  a great alternative to bread: the Norigami Wrap, by Michel de France. It is available on Amazon and on their website. They have different favors, like sesame seeds, poppy or chili flakes and the wraps are either made of soy or pea.

It is hard to find good bread in the US and most of the deli bread contain sugar, high corn fructose syrup, a lot of sodium, etc. So instead of making me a sandwich for lunch, I am now eating a wrap.


And when friends come over, I make thinner wraps that I cut in small pieces that are easy to eat. For my vegeterian friends, I use salad, avocado, tomatoes, etc.

So here is a very easy and simple recipe to make. Your friends will love it!

Norigami wrap
Cooked chicken breast  (I buy the ready one for salads)
Curry powder
Sundried tomatoes

Wash the salad and pat dry it (the leaves need to be dry or the wrap will break as it is very thin). Finely chop the chicken (or blend it if easier). Mix about 2 to 3 tablespoon of mayonnaise with the curry powder (to taste). Add it to the chicken. If needed, add more mayonnaise or curry.
Place the lettuce on one side of the wrap and add the chicken mixture on top of it. Chop the tomatoes and add on top of the chicken (you may also mix the tomatoes with the chicken directly). Roll the wrap tightly as if you were making makis (sushis) and cut in small pieces (see picture). Serve right away!

If you happen to know this brand or if you try it, please let me know what you think of it!

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Here are the links to the products:

They have different options, you can get sesame only, chili only, both as a pack, chia seeds and they even have a new one I haven’t tried yet made with pea flour instead of soy.

Join the Conversation

  1. This looks like a great meal idea for my kids to take to school! We have gluten and dairy intolerance in my family.

    1. It would be perfect then! You should try it out ! I also love it with tuna salad 😁

  2. Jessica May says:

    This looks delicious and light. A great option to add to a meal or as a snack. Thank you for sharing, I will have to try!

    1. If you do try it, let me know what you think of it 🙂

  3. These wraps look so yummy. You are right, sometimes is hard to find tasty gluten-free alternatives.

  4. I love wraps. They taste good. They are healthy. I have yet to eat it with curry chicken. Sounds yummy!

  5. Sweet Southern Savings says:

    I’ve never heard of this brand but like the idea of having different flavors of wraps. I try to avoid bread so do a lot of wraps.

    1. You should try this one then 🙂

  6. Emma Riley says:

    Wow! This looks yummy and delicious too. Loved the wrapping done on this food preparation, simply tempting.

    1. Thank you Emma!! Small bites for sharing. When it is for myself only, I just do a big wrap though and don’t care about the presentation haha

  7. This is such a great gluten free option! I’ll have to look for those wraps next time I go to the store.

    1. They only have them in store in California I think, but you may order them from Amazon directly or maybe their website 😀

  8. alison netzer says:

    this looks interesting and delicious. I have never heard of these and try to provide my kids with wraps. Thank you for the introductions

    1. I think they only sell them in California, that’s why not a lot of ppl know about this product. But I am glad they are now available in Amazon, makes it easier 😀

  9. Looks great! I’ll have to try it out 🙂

  10. I’ve never tried anything like this before but it’s something I think everyone would like. We love anything that has chicken in it so I’ll have to try this one day.

  11. At first, I thought you were wrapping it in DragonFruit! These are so cool. I need to try to find them here.

    1. Ah right! It has the same color/ texture with the sesame seeds! I think I will include the link in my post for those who want to find it, but here it is if you want to check them out : https://www.amazon.com/Norigami-Non-GMO-Gluten-Free-Protein-Vegetarian/dp/B07DWD78LS/ref=sr_ph_1_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1533746484&sr=sr-1&keywords=norigami+wrap

  12. It’s my first time hearing this brand but it looks so good. I bet it taste yummy!

  13. Oh, I love this idea. These wraps totally sound up my alley!

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