Southwestern Chicken Wraps

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 20 mins

I LOVE wraps. I found this one on the internet, just a while ago. It's very good, especially if you like spicy, if you don't you can just omit the hot sauce. It's better than a plain on sandwich any time.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine beans, corn, bell pepper, lime juice, cilantro, and hot pepper sauce.
  2. Set aside.
  3. Coat chicken with chili powder.
  4. Cook on oiled grill over medium fire 6 minutes per side, or until no longer pink.
  5. Cut into thin slices.
  6. Wrap tortillas in plastic wrap.
  7. Microwave on high 1 minute.
  8. For each sandwich, place cheese, down the center of one tortilla.
  9. Top with chicken breast slices, and then bean mixture.
  10. Roll up tightly;secure with wooden pick in two places, cut in half.


Most Helpful

I had 3 bbq chicken thighs left over and used those. Loved the corn/bean mixture. I also didn't use the green pepper...I am unable to eat them so subbed green onions. We thoroughly enjoyed these wraps. Thank you for sharing.

luvcook'n August 23, 2009

I loved the way the corn and the black beans tasted together in this one, very Southwest! It all combined together to make a nice wrap. I did make a sauce for mine which really brought out the flavor- I mixed one part adobo sauce with 2 parts sour cream, but if someone didn't like spicy, they could use salsa instead of the adobo. I served this with guac and chips for a nice light meal. Thanks for the recipe, Bratty_1, I will definitely make this again!

Sue Lau October 28, 2002

This was easy and very fresh tasting. I omitted the hot sauce and added 1/2 C of my freezer salsa posted here as well(personal preference). I also used salsa flavored tortillas. I also filled wrap first and then heated in microwave for 30 seconds each on medium.I noted you used corn but I didn't know how much. I used 1 C frozen corn.

Kate in Ontario June 17, 2002

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