Asian Chicken Pitas

"Everything that makes an egg roll great, without the deep-fat frying! I haven't tried this yet, just posting for safe keeping. **I've done a little research and think a great sauce may be the best accompiament I would suggest recipe #33113 by Bergy or recipe #89827 by Miraklegirl. Of course if you have a favorite sauce give that a try! Found on myrecipes web site"
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Ready In:
2 1/2 pitas




  • Place chicken in a medium saucepan; add chicken stock to cover. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat to medium, and cook, uncovered, 15 minutes or until chicken is done. Remove from liquid. Let chicken cool to touch. Chop chicken into bite-size pieces.
  • Combine chicken, sprouts, water chestnuts,green onions, and garlic. Combine vinegar, soy sauce, and oil; pour over chicken mixture, tossing gently.
  • Line each pita half with 1 lettuce leaf; spoon chicken mixture evenly into pita halves.

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  1. very good pitas! I made a few minor amount adjustments and used chopped cooked breaded chicken breast, this was made for KK's tag game and thoroughly enjoyed, thanks Kitty!
  2. A nice lunch today. I agree with the previous 2 reviews and thought there could be a tad more flavor, but nonetheless, it was enjoyed, and hit the spot. Very easy to prepare. Made for 1-2-3 hit wonders.
  3. I was really hoping for more flavor. I made as posted except didn't use the water chestnuts cuz I didn't have any. I lined one side of the pita with the lettuce and the other side got a bit soggy from the mixture even tho I did drain the liquid first. This was quick and easy to put together and was very filling. Thanks for posting. :)
  4. I made this for 123 Hit Wonders. It was quick to throw together. In my opinion, it was a little bland but enjoyable nonetheless.
  5. The chicken salad was just divine and made a perfect quick meal on a busy night. I had some leftover chicken from a local BBQ joint and the long slow smoked meat was a perfect partner with the other components of the dish. Half way through the preparation, I realized my scallions we not up to snuff and made a snap decision to use a small amount of red onion to replace the flavor and a smaller amount of cilantro to add color without altering the taste. Thanks! Made for Potluck Tag.



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