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Photo by Annabel Langbein Media
Keep a stash of mountain bread or wraps in the freezer to whip up these tasty pinwheels, great for an end-of-term kids' party or last-minute shared lunch or sports day. Use whatever combo of flavours you like - just think of it as a sandwich that you roll up. They're great for lunchboxes and picnics too.
- Stir together cheese or carrot with cream cheese or mayonnaise. Stir in chicken, if using. Divide between 2 mountain breads or wraps and spread out to cover in a thin layer.
- If using ham, layer it over the top, leaving a 2cm border at the top to allow the roll to stick together. Lay an asparagus spear, 2 beans or 2 slices of red pepper along the bottom edge of each, then roll up to encase the filling.
- If not using at once, cover with a damp paper towel and chill, join side downwards, for up to 8 hours until needed. When ready to serve, cut each roll into about 12 slices and arrange on a serving platter.
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