Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Southwestern Chicken Wrap

Today I want to share something easy and delicious. These Southwestern Chicken Wraps were created by my dear friend Diana. She is always coming up with some good stuff. It doesn't take much time to prepare these wraps and you could add whatever you like to them. I just like the flavors that Diana put together and that's what I stick with.



 Besides one or two ingredients you might already have some of these ingredients
 in your pantry or fridge.




About 1lb thinly sliced chicken breast
1 pkg. Wraps (I chose the JalapeƱo flavor)
Chipotle Mayo
1 Can Black Beans
1 Can Corn
About 1 cup Mozzarella Cheese
About 1 cup chopped Tomatoe
About 1 cup Chopped Lettuce





Generously add some zest to your chicken with your season of choice.
I used some season all because that's what I had.  





Add some oil to a pan over medium heat and add your chicken.





Cook chicken on each side for about 3 minutes and until it's brown and crispy.





Once your chicken is all cooked let it sit and rest for a few minutes.



Next, cut your chicken into long slices.
 Then, put it in a pretty little pile, take a break and nibble on a few slices because you've done the hardest part and because you deserve it! :)




Now, stack the tortillas on a dish towel.

Wrap them up, nice and snug without folding the tortillas and warm in the microwave for 2 minutes.
Could be a little more or less time depending on your microwave.
So just keep an eye on them.
You just want them warm so that they are  easy to handle.
Lay out your tortillas and set up a little assembly line.
 
 Squeeze some of that spicy chipotle mayo in the center.


 And spread it out.


Add some chicken.




Add some black beans.

Then some corn.

Some tomato.



Some lettuce.




And last but certainly not least some Mozzarella cheese.





Now to roll your wrap, gently fold in the two shorter ends.



 Then fold over one of the longer edges.




And then tuck in the end.
so, basically you would fold and tuck.




Then Roll.
So....fold, tuck and roll!
Easy right?




This baby is ready to be eaten as is, but I like to give it a little slanted slice for convenience and presentation purposes.






and Viola!




I love bringing a smile to this guys face and these yummy wraps always do the trick.
Enjoy!
Buen Provecho!!!
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I look forward to sharing many more wonderful and heartwarming recipes with all of you.
Blessings!!
And as always,
Buen Provecho
Liz






17 comments:

  1. Yum! This is definitely something I want to make, and I think I do have all of these ingredients already :-) I would love for you to share this at what i am eating http://www.townsend-house.com/2013/08/what-i-am-eating-41.html

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    1. Good Morning Heather! Thank you so much for stopping by. I will definitely stop by and share it. Thanks for the invite!

      Liz

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  2. My hubby would love this! Visiting from TTF.

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  3. What a yummy recipe. It looks so good! Thanks for sharing at TTF this week.

    Linda

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    1. Thank you Linda! And thank you for stopping by.

      Liz

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  4. Yummo, why wouldn't the man be smiling with that cooked for him! I laughed at you rewarding yourself with a nibble, I will follow the recipe exactly nibble included! Thanks for linking with me at freaking awesome fridays!

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    1. Thank you so much for stopping by! Let me know how the wraps come out! Looking forward to next week links party!

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  5. Thanks so much for sharing at Krafty Inspiration Thursday! I can't wait to see what you link up this week.
    Have a lovely weekend!
    Maria @ Krafty Cards etc.
    http://kraftycardsetc.blogspot.com/

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    1. Hi Maria,
      Thanks linking up is always fun! Thanks for stopping by!
      Liz

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  7. These look fantastic! Can't wait to try them!

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    1. Thanks If you give the wraps a try let me know how it goes!
      Liz

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  8. Just pinned this and will be sharing on Facebook as one of this weeks Freedom Fridays Features!!

    Hugs, and thanks so much for sharing!!

    PS See you at Lets Get Social Sunday:)))

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    1. Hello Evelyn,
      Thank you for the pin and the fb feature!!
      See you Sunday:)

      Liz

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