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« on: March 27, 2007 05:35:26 AM »

This is a simple recipe I like to make a lot. This is my first time posting a recipe, and I never really measure anything, so nothing is too exact. But changing the amounts won't make it taste bad or anything. These are the amounts that I normally use, and I cook for 2-3 people usually. And we always have leftovers so this could probably feed more people too.

Chicken & Salsa Wraps

8 flour tortilla wraps
2 lbs boneless, skinless chicken breast
1 bell pepper (color of your choosing)
1 medium onion
14.5 oz can diced tomatoes
same size can black beans
8 oz pepper jack cheese
olive oil
chipotle powder
paprika

Grill chicken or cook in a pan on the stove and cut into strips. Chop pepper & onion into big chunks. Sautee in olive oil until cooked through. Add can of tomatoes. Drain black beans and add to the pan. Cover the mixture with a dusting of chipotle powder (I use the "Pain is Good" kind with the screaming guy's face on the label) and the same amount of paprika and stir it all together. If that's not hot enough for ya, throw in some red pepper flakes or hot sauce. Heat up the salsa mixture and the cooking part is done!

Cut pepper jack into thin slices and put a layer down the center of each wrap. Spoon some salsa over it, then add some strips of chicken. Wrap it up and enjoy!  Grin
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« Reply #1 on: March 27, 2007 04:51:15 PM »

that sounds good I'll try yours heres mine
If you like  chicken wraps you will probably like the wraps that my bf makes they rock my socks. I have learned, from my bf and his best friend that men and women cook differently mens recipes include alot of cans and already cooked meat. did you know that they sell cooked chicken in a can? no, not chicken of the sea, chicken bakaw chicken!
the only thing with this recipe is that you mix it all together so the lettuce will get gross if you try to save it for leftovers although I guess that you could just make a batch without lettuce save some and add the lettuce to the mix that you are going to use. never done this... I just had a chicken wrap revelation!
anyway heres the recipe:
1 bag of lettuce mix
1 bag of cooked chicken
1 small can of corn
1 can of chopped black olives
1 can of black beans
1/2 bottle of spicy ranch dressing (hidden valley or marrazettis is what we use depending on how broke we are)
mix everything together and wrap in a flour tortilla.
I hope you like it this is my first recipe post too!
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