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REVIEW: New Plant-Based Zuchii Wrap Plant-Based Option in Star Wars – Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Two new plant-based wraps debuted today at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. A wrap with plant-based “egg” and and smoky chickpeas is available for breakfast and a plant-based zucchini wrap is available for lunch and dinner at Ronto Roasters. We decided to head over to Ronto Roasters to try this new wrap for lunch, and we were pleasantly surprised!

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Plant-based Zuchii Wrap — $11.99

Grilled Zucchini, Smoky Chickpea-Onion Slaw, Creamy Garlic-Tahini Sauce, and Fresh Cilantro wrapped in Pita Bread

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We were surprised that this wrap is actually pretty good, flavorful, and is surprisingly spicy!

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We couldn’t make out the specific flavors, likely from the smoky chickpea onion slaw, however we really enjoyed them.

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The onions, carrots, chickpeas on top were fresh and had a great texture. The carrots were crunchy, the onions were soft, and the chickpeas were soft but not mushy at all.

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The cilantro on top was a nice addition with noticeable flavor and adds a perfect pop of color to the dish.

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The pita itself was a little tough, although we suspect that just came from the roasting process.

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Overall, we thought this plant-based option was really good, even coming from someone who would not normally order the vegetarian option.

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Will you be adding this plant-based wrap to your list of things to try at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge? Let us know in the comments below!

Make sure to pick up the Souvenir Spork while at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge so you can feel like you really are in a galaxy far, far away.

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beautiful gorgeous
1 month ago

They can have mine. I steer clear of vegetarian dishes. Sometimes it’s more processed to make it taste good (veggie burger imitating a beef burger). The extra processing makes me sick. I would wonder about the fake egg. On the other hand, this might be great for a vegetarian looking for something new an exciting.

Nicole
Nicole
1 month ago

That sounds delicious!! Can’t wait to try it.