Gather all your ingredients.
If you have leftover ground meat or firm tofu that is already flavored, move to the next step. Otherwise, cook the raw meat, or firm crumbled tofu, with taco seasoning following the package instructions. Or cook the meat and coat with a mixture of chutney and yogurt, the flavor balanced to your taste. Add a bit of salt at this point, if it is needed.
Chop the pickle you are using, and slice the cabbage or other greens thinly, and chop the peanuts, if using. If you haven't used the yogurt and chutney mixture to flavor your meat or tofu, mix them up now. Balance the two to your taste.
Warm the wrap you are using. If corn tortillas are your choice, you will want to warm them up. Taking no more than 6 tortillas at a time, dampen enough paper towels to wrap the tortillas completely. Place them on a plate and place in the microwave and heat on high for one minute. Check to make sure the tortillas in the middle are hot enough. If not, heat for another 30 seconds or so. Alternatively, heat a skillet on over medium-high heat and one at a time, cook them for a minute on each side. Place in a towel to keep them warm until you are ready for them. Other flatbreads should be warmed up as well, using the best method, depending on what you are using.
Assemble: Take a warm flatbread of your choice. Starting with 3 or 4 tablespoons of meat or tofu, start building your taco. Continue with cabbage, pickle, sev or peanuts, a drizzle of the chutney and yogurt mixture (if you didn't use it to flavor the meat), and serve with a slice of lemon or lime.