Here's A Fast Way To Wrap A Tortilla So All The Stuff Doesn't Fall Out Like It Usually Does

TikTok comes to our rescue once again with an inspired serving suggestion.

In news that won't bog you down and remind you of the current fragile state of human affairs, someone on TikTok has come up with a way to fold up a tortilla wrap in a way that's quick and easy.

When you use the word "wrap" to describe something, you can put anything in it and suddenly it's way healthier than it would have been on its own. Like my personal favorite, for example, a chicken salad wrap. Or the McDonald's McWrap, which we revived from the annals of nostalgia. As soon as you call it a wrap, the chicken salad becomes a health food.

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On the rare occasion I make a wrap at home, though, it's always open ended, and half the shit falls back out before I get a chance to eat it. If I had to guess, I would be the worst burrito maker in the world and I am strangely proud of this idea. But I may have to try this method anyway.

@ellcarter1

#fyp #foryoupage #food

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Rather than roll it up, this is more of an extra-folded quesadilla thingie. It starts with a single cut up the center, halfway through the tortilla. Then it's folded over itself into quarters. Pressing it with a panini press is optional, though melted cheese really is one of life's true pleasures. Buzzfeed broke down each and every step so you can give it a try too.

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It reminds me of this thing Taco Bell did in 2020 called the Grande Stacker, which was pretty much the same old cheese and beef combo you're used to, but served in a folded pressed quesadilla-ish form. Not Taco Bell's best item from 2020, really, but we were going through a lot as a human race.

Other TikTok users have some fun and made their own variations. This one is made out of chicken nuggets, and who doesn't like chicken nuggets?

@sarahlujetic14

Food TikTok has taught me so much #foodtiktok #fyp

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