Wood Wraps - Gourmet Selection Pack

6 wraps of each of our 3 flavours/woods - Oak, Walnut & Cedar (woods may vary) - Saving £2.50 on individual prices.

  • 100 percent Natural Wood Wraps with no additives or fillers
  • Simple to use
  • Infuse food with a great smoky flavour, plus provide a unique and amazing way to present a meal
  • Beech wood imparts a subtly sweet and mild flavour, making it ideal for fish and sea food
  • Cedar has been used for centuries to cook salmon and is certainly a favorite wood to use with good quality salmon, or just about any fish for that matter
  • Cherry is a mild and sweet wood, which works great with just about any food
  • Maple is a smoky, mellow and slightly sweet. Good with pork, poultry, cheese, and small game birds
  • Oak imparts a fairly heavy smoke flavor (if you are using the wraps in the oven, then oak is quite mild). The Queen of smoking wood. Good with red meat, pork, fish and heavy game.
  • Walnut is usually too strong, when used in a smoker by itself and is often mixed with a milder wood, however when used as a wrap, the flavour is toned down and is well worth a try

Price: £15.99

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Wood wraps are similar to a "Tortilla/ Burrito" wrap, in the way that you can put just about any filling you want in them. BUT THE IMPORTANT DIFFERENCE is that with the wooden version, you don't eat the wrap! In most cases, a piece of meat is combined with a few vegetables, seasoned to taste, rolled up and cooked either on the BBQ or in the oven. Step 1 Soak wraps in water before use (this will make them more pliable and also prevent them from bursting into flames on the BBQ). You can substitute the water with wine, beer or whisky, if you want to add a bit more flavour. Take the wraps out of the water and pat dry using a paper towel. Spread a small amount of Olive Oil or Sunflower Oil onto the area where the food will sit to stop it sticking to the wood wrap. Step 2 Place the food onto the oiled area, making sure that the food lies in the same direction as the grain of the wood. Season the food as required - With fish you may want to squeeze a bit of lemon juice over it at this stage. Try adding some sliced vegetables to add flavour a touch of colour – e.g. carrots, asparagus, some finely sliced red chilli, etc. Step 3 Start at one end and gently roll the wrap around the food and secure the parcel together, using a natural fibre string. You can also use a strip of aluminium cooking foil or a spring onion leaf. The string should also be soaked in water, especially if you are going to use them on the BBQ. Step 4 Place the wraps onto the BBQ, or put them on a baking tray and then into the oven at 180°C (Cooking times will vary, depending on the type and size of food to be cooked). A piece of Salmon, measuring 130mm (length) x 30mm (width) x 30mm(height) should take approximately 20 minutes to cook at 180°C. Step 5 Remove the string, open up the wood wrap, serve and ENJOY!