Crunchy Chunky Chicken Wrap

"This easy to put together recipe makes a light lunch for one person, but the recipe can be double, tripled etc. to feed more."
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  • Mix the dressing ingredients and spread on one side of the flour tortilla.
  • Layer the chicken, carrots, pineapple, tomatoes, pecan pieces and lettuce in the middle of the tortilla and sprinkle with salt, pepper and red wine vinegar.
  • Fold up one end of the tortilla, then roll the sides over the chicken mixture to enclose, eat and enjoy.

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  1. This was good!!! I would make it again. I didn't have mayonnaise so i used Sour cream instead also i grated the carrot. The only things i would do different would be, to use mayonnaise and maybe use crushed pineapple and drain it really well.
  2. Yummy, I used only half the mustard and didn't have any vinegar, but it was still really good. Thanks :)
  3. I didn't have all ingredients on hand for this one, but I used your sauce recipe and mixed it with cubed chicken for a nice spin on chicken salad sandwiches. It was absolutely delicious! Thanks for sharing, I'll be using your recipe again!
  4. I really enjoyed this flavor combination. Very delicious! Thanks for sharing this recipe!
  5. There was crunch and chunk just as the title indicates! I liked the dressing but did use less sugar and it was still sweet, it went well with the pineapples! Very Tasty! Good Luck Chef!


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