If you are not surprised to find another chicken recipe on this blog then you just know me too well. You’ve probably been following my blog for so long that you are already aware of how much I love chicken. And to be honest, I know that most of you love chicken as well. So, I thought I’d share with you some chicken wrap recipes that have gotten me crazy for chicken.
Simple Chicken Wrap Recipe
The first one I wanted to share with you is the first chicken wrap recipe that I learned. This was my first attempt at making chicken wraps. You could probably tell from the name. It’s a simple chicken wrap recipe.
It was my first time moving into my apartment. And I just felt tired with all the moving of furniture. So, I told myself that I am just going to make a really simple dinner, one that I can just eat right up. A chicken wrap fits the bill.
You’re going to need red onion, Roma tomatoes, Romaine Lettuce, shredded cheese, canned corn, chickeFlour Tortillas, and last but not the least, cooked chicken.
Take your chicken breast and cover it with water completely. Bring the chicken to a boil. Don’t take it out of the stove just yet. Make sure to let it simmer for about 10 minutes. The internal temperature should reach up to 165 degrees.
For my chicken wrap, I used BBQ sauce to finish it up but if you don’t have that, I can think of some alternatives that would work just as well. Some alternatives you can use would be ranch dressing, pesto, Garlic Aioli, or Sriracha Mayonnaise.
Once you’ve prepped the sauce, you can go ahead and grill the chicken wrap. All you have to do afterward is to arrange everything in the chicken wrap and finish it up with the sauce that you’ve selected for this meal.
Chicken Wrap Recipe For Dinner
I know what you’re thinking. How is this recipe different from the first one? Well, to be honest, this chicken wrap recipe for dinner is just an upgrade from my first attempt. But it’s awesome and I’d love for you to give it a try.
You’ll basically need the following:
- 4 large pieces of lettuce
- 3 plum tomatoes
- Floured tortillas
- Garlic-herb spreadable cheese
- Shredded carrot
- Smoked chicken breast
Once you’ve prepped those recipes, we can get started. Take two tablespoons of spreadable cheese onto two tortillas. And then you can layer it with carrots, lettuce, tomatoes, cucumber, and chicken. Roll it up tightly. And that’s basically it.
This one tastes marvelous even without the BBQ sauce. But feel free to still use it if you want. I love eating this chicken wrap during sleepovers. It’s easy to make and you can bet that there will always be enough for everyone.
It’s also quite handy. So, you can basically take it with you to work. I usually eat it for dinner but you can eat it for breakfast and lunch as well.
Grilled Chicken Wrap Recipe with Avocado
If there’s anything I like more than I like chicken wraps, it would be grilled chicken wraps with avocado. Even my husband and daughter love it. It’s a perfect treat during summer days (and any time of the year if you ask me).
For this recipe, you are going to need a boneless and skinless chicken breast. Make sure to slice it in half. You’re also going to need a zest of lemon, olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, ground black pepper.
Take a shallow dish just large enough to hold the chicken breast. Place the chicken breast there. Once you’ve done that, it’s time to set it aside for a while. Take a small bowl and whisk the lemon juice, zest, oil, and garlic. Combine all of them.
Now, take this oil mixture and then pour it over the chicken. And then cover the dish with plastic wrap and then store it in the fridge. The chicken needs to be chilled for 4 hours minimum up to one night.
When it’s time, you can go ahead and take the grilling pan and set it to medium heat. Remove the chicken from its container and then pat dry. Sprinkle it with salt and pepper and then grill it.
Make sure that the chicken turns golden brown. You also need to make sure that you thoroughly cook each side. To be on the safe side, I really recommend that you cook each side for about 12 minutes. Once it’s done, you can transfer the chicken to a plate just to let it cool down.
Set it aside for now. It’s time to work on the dressing. You basically just need to take some mustard, parmesan, lemon juice, garlic, Worcestershire, anchovy, and salt and pepper. From there, you can start building your chicken wrap.
Chicken Wrap Sauce
Whenever we talk about chicken wraps, we often forget to place enough importance on chicken wrap sauce. This makes a lot of sense because we want to cook the main appetizer just right but we really mustn’t forget that if we don’t have the right sauce, we are going to have a really tough time enjoying our meal.
So, I thought I’d make a special section in this blog talking about chicken wrap sauce so that when it’s time for you to prepare your chicken wrap, you’ll get nothing but the best of the best.
There is chicken wrap sauce recipe that I’ve been dying to share with you all. It’s not really a sauce but more of a dressing but you get the drift.
So what you need basically are these:
- Low-fat sour cream
- Grated Parmesan
- Freshly squeezed lemon juice
- Dijon mustard
- Worcestireshire sauce
- Anchovy paste
- Minced garlic
- Ground black pepper
If you haven’t guessed already, all you have to do is really mix all of these ingredients until it’s smooth and even. What I do is I take a grinding bowl and go on from there.
Those were some pretty good recipes I just shared back there but we’re far from over. Get ready as I unleash some of the chicken wrap recipes that I made myself.
- Simple Chicken Wrap Recipe
- Chicken Wrap Recipe For Dinner
- Grilled Chicken Wrap Recipe with Avocado
- Chicken Wrap Sauce
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