The fiftieth recipe I made with the Eating with Ellie group is Asian Chicken Wrap, can be found in Ellie Krieger's book So Easy, on page 83, and was chosen for the group by me to fit into the theme Wrap it Up.
Ingredient list: cabbage (or lettuce) leaves, cooked chicken, red bell pepper, whole wheat bread wraps, Greek yogurt, mayonnaise, brown sugar, soy sauce, Dijon, sesame oil, and Thai hot chili sauce.
Wraps are such an easy way to assemble lunch that you can eat at home or take with you when you are on the go. The combinations of ingredients within are endless and a wrap is a good way to use up the bits and pieces left at the end of the week, small portions of things that just seem to end up in containers in the frig and are perfectly good but don't make a whole meal on their own.
The sauce that gets drizzled on the ingredients before the final wrap up in this recipe compliments the other ingredients wonderfully well, a few Asian-inspired ingredients that make your mouth sing when you encounter them in each bite. I used lettuce instead of Napa cabbage as sometimes Napa cabbage is hard to find here, but the rest of the ingredients remained the same as written and I would recommend this combination of flavors without reservation, it it was all delicious and satisfying. Definitely worthy of a repeat.
If you wonder how the others did this week, click here to follow their post links. You can also find the recipe schedule for the coming weeks there.