Dish It: Chicken Wraps

Sometimes the thought of having to navigate the crowds at the dining hall is enough to make you lose your appetite completely. If you’re looking for an easy lunch or dinner option that won’t require waiting in a long line, read on for our quick and delicious chicken wrap recipe. You’ll only need a few ingredients and can easily switch it up to fit what flavors you like most!

What You’ll Need:

1 whole wheat tortilla
– Microwaveable chicken strips (Try the Perdue Shortcuts Carved Chicken Breast Strips, they’re already cooked!!)
– Tomato
– 1/2 a cup of fresh spinach leaves (about a small handful)
– 1 Tbsp. dressing of your choice
– Knife (plastic will suffice, as you’ll only be dicing a tomato)

*makes one chicken wrap

What To Do:

 

The great thing about this recipe idea is that you can add/eliminate whichever ingredients you prefer. Don’t care for spinach leaves? Try adding shredded lettuce instead – it’s really up to you!1) Place your desired amount of chicken on a microwave-safe plate, cover with a paper towel (to prevent a mess), and microwave for the amount of time as instructed on the box (will vary depending on what you purchase). Let cool.

2) Cut the tomato into fourths. Place 3 of these slices into a plastic, sealed bag or container so you can keep them fresh in your refrigerator (to use at another time – don’t let food go to waste!). Dice the remaining tomato chunk and place on your tortilla.

3) Add the desired amount of spinach leaves to the tortilla. Feel free to shred the leaves if you prefer.

4) Place the chicken on the tortilla where you just added the spinach and tomato. Drizzle your choice of dressing on top.

5) Roll up your tortilla and enjoy!

Now you’re ready to enjoy your quick and easy meal without all of the hassle of the dining hall. Did you have a special touch you added to the recipe? Share it and any other suggestions below!

 

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