Here's what you need:
8oz/250g log of fresh goat cheese, brought to room temperature
1/4 cup/60ml chopped green onions/spring onions (include some green stems)
1/4 cup/60ml finely chopped walnuts
1/2 tsp kosher salt or sea salt
1/2 cup/120 ml chopped dried figs
(I used Trader Joe's Turkish Smyrna figs from their dried fruit section)
2 slices soft lahvosh bread (from TJ's)
4-6 leaves butter or oak lettuce (any soft, large, leafy green is OK), washed and dried
Mix together the goat cheese, green onions, walnuts, salt and figs. Lay 1 piece of lahvosh bread on a damp tea towel (to keep it from drying out and cracking while rolling).
Spread 1/2 of goat cheese mixture over the lahvosh (it was easier to do about 6 clumps of goat cheese around the bread and then mash them together b/c the mixture isn't very spreadable).
Top the goat cheese with 2-3 lettuce leaves, then roll the shorter side of the lavash over tightly until it is rolled up completely. You can cut off the ends where the lettuce sticks out if you want to make it neater, then slice the remaining roll into 1 inch slices. Repeat with 2nd piece of lavash bread and remaining cheese spread and lettuce.
The recipe suggests you chill the roll for 30 mins before serving, but I liked it better when everything was at room temp, so it's up to you! Bon appetit!