Topped with strips of beef, hummus, grape tomatoes, arugula, and goat cheese, this steak wrap on naan bread makes a satisfying lunch or dinner!
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Steak Wrap on Naan Bread
Do you feel challenged when it comes to getting a balanced meal on the table on weeknights? I certainly do. Today, I’ll be sharing one of my go-to recipes for evenings where I need dinner to be ready in 30 minutes or less. You’re going to love this “naanwich” steak wrap I’ve made with Certified Angus Beef!
One of the great things about this recipe is that incorporates whole grains, beans, vegetables, cheese, and lean beef all in the the same package. You can really feel confident that you’re getting a well-rounded meal.
I chose a cut of beef that’s very easy to prepare quickly. Stir fry beef is already cut into strips for you, and can be quickly cooked in a hot pan with just a bit of oil. It browns nicely and has a great texture to go with your other steak wrap toppings.
Preparation is simple. Spread some hummus on your naan, add some cheese, tomatoes, and arugula, then set the plates aside while you stir fry the beef in 5 minutes or less. Add the beef strips to your steak wraps, then fold over and serve immediately. It’s easily accomplished in under 30 minutes- and it’s typically ready even faster than that! Try it for your next weeknight supper. And for more tasty meal ideas with beef, check out Certified Angus Beef on Pinterest!
Want to make your own hummus? Try one of my recipes! You can make spicy hummus, roasted red pepper hummus, or cannellini bean hummus.
Naanwich Steak Wrap
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 4 pieces whole wheat naan bread
- 1 cup hummus
- 3 ounces goat cheese
- 24 grape tomatoes halved
- 4 cups arugula
- 1 pound stir fry beef
Place a large saute pan on the stove, add the oil, and begin preheating to medium high.
Lay out the 4 pieces of naan bread. Spread half of each piece with 1/4 cup of hummus. Break up the goat cheese into pieces and scatter it evenly over the hummus. Add some grape tomato halves, then top with arugula. Set the naans aside.
Saute the stir fry beef in batches, a few minutes each, or until the outside is no longer pink. Once all of the beef is cooked, scatter it over the naans, then gently fold each one over. Serve immediately.
I love the beef cooking tips found on Certfied Angus Beef website. There are plenty of recipes, videos, and articles to help you make beef part of a balanced meal. Find out where to buy Certified Angus Beef here.
Want more ideas? Here are a few more beef recipe ideas from other bloggers!
Now that’s a wrap I would love to sink my teeth into.
I am lamenting the fact that I don’t have these ingredients at home to make for lunch *right now*! Must go to the store…
Such a delicious dinner idea! I’m betting my husband would love this and it’s been too long since we’ve had beef at home.
Give it a try! It’s delicious. 🙂
Oh yummmm! I love steak wraps! And I usually have naan in my freezer… perhaps this shall be on my menu tonight!
I totally respect your naan-stockpiling skills. I need to do that, too!
Dorothy at Shockingly Delicious
Adore your clever name…Naanwich for the win!
Thank you! I saw someone refer to a sandwich made with naan bread as a naanwich, and I just had to use it.
Des @ Life's Ambrosia
I love this idea for a wrap! Stirfry meat is such a time saver!
This is one serious steak wrap. I would gobble this up so darn fast. This is sheer perfection.
Sabrina @ Dinner, then Dessert
My husband loves steak sandwiches! It’s his favorite lunch to eat at work!
Yum! With dinners like this nobody should need to have take out! Looks delicious and so easy!
Using stir-fry meat in this gorgeous ‘naanwich’ is genius! I love how easy this is and it would be a huge hit in my house! Thanks for sharing!
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I seriously want this…like NOW! This is everything i love all rolled up into a thing of beauty! haha
Why, thank you kindly! 🙂 It’s my new favorite dish.
Michelle @ The Complete Savorist
Love, love, love this. Naan is a favorite bread of mine and turning it into a sandwich with steak…oh yes.
Oh my! I am thinking with grilled onions and gorgonzola crumbled on top!C