Pastrami Wraps

8 oz (226g) Pastrami 2 Cups All Purpose Flour 8 oz (226g) Swiss Cheese 2 Cups Milk 2 Eggs 1 Bell Pepper 1 Tsp Salt 2 Tbsp Vegetable Oil Dried Oregano PREPARATIONS: 1- Dice the bell pepper. 2- Slice the pastrami. 3- Grate the swiss cheese. DIRECTIONS: BATTER: 1- Beat two eggs until fluffy in a large bowl. 2- Pour in the milk while stirring. 3- Combine four with 1 tsp salt in a separate container. 4- Add the flour to the egg mixture gradually. 5- Stir thoroughly. (note, it should be a loose batter). 6- Mix in the vegetable oil. FILLING: 7- In a separate container, mix pastrami, bell pepper and swiss cheese. 8- Preheat a pan and spray with vegetable oil. 9- Transfer one spoon of the batter onto the heated pan. 10- Grill both side of the bread equally. Note: for next step, the bread needs to be handled while still hot, Use cooking glove if too hot. 11- Transfer the bread to a working surface while still hot. 12- Fill with the pastrami/swiss cheese mixture. 13- Sprinkle some dried oregano over the filling. 14- Roll the bread around the filling. 15- Preheat oven to 350 F (177 C), cook the wraps for 10 minutes.

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Pastrami Wraps Calories & Nutrition Values

Pastrami Wraps or roll ups is rich source of selenium. It is also a good source of energy. One serving (100g) of pastrami Wrap has 192 calories (78 calories from fat). It contains 9 percent vitamin A, 18 percent vitamin C, 17 percent calcium and about 7 percent iron. Pastrami wraps is bit high in saturated fat. 3.5 oz (100g) of it has about 8.7g total fat (4.2g saturated fat). Each pastrami roll up can weigh around 100g. Each roll up (100g) contains 51mg cholesterol, 358mg sodium, 109mg potassium and 16.5g total carbohydrates. Ech Pastrami Roll up (3.5 oz) has 11.5g protein and about 2.2g sugar and 0.6g dietary fiber.

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