A week or two ago, someone posted a picture for mix-and-match wraps. Take a tortilla and then add one item from each of the next four or five rows. I forgot to save it, even though I meant to.
Well, there are tortillas in the fridge from last night's dinner as well as the casserole we had, but I'm not in the mood for that. Besides, we'll probably have that for leftovers tomorrow night (or the next). But there are ingredients. There's the yellow rice, a container with chick peas, a glass dish with cooked asparagus, sliced sirloin steak (which I cooked a few days, but it was sliced up for last night's dinner), etc.
Goes together well.
Put some yellow rice, some asparagus and steak into a bowl. Microwave for about 45 seconds. In the meantime, put a little spicy mustard on the tortilla.
Put the heated ingredients on top, add some chick peas and sour cream. Wrap it up.
I'm enjoying it. Your mileage may vary.
Edit: As I type this, my son has decided to follow my lead and make a wrap. He skip all the other stuff, except the rice, and pulled out some leftover chopped meat. I miss those days. (Ah, hell. I'll probably do that tomorrow.)