Grilled Chicken-Bacon-Ranch Wraps

"Keep an eye on the assembled sandwiches while they're on the grill - they burn easily."
photo by Alison J. photo by Alison J.
photo by Alison J.
photo by Alison J. photo by Alison J.
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  • Preheat barbecue to medium heat.
  • Brush chicken with oil.
  • Grill 6-8 minutes per side or until chicken is cooked through.
  • Remove chicken from barbecue and let stand 5 minutes before cutting into thin strips.
  • Put chicken in a medium bowl. Add cheese, tomato, bacon, and ranch dressing. Toss until all ingredients are evenly coated/distributed.
  • Spoon mixture evenly down the centre of tortilla. Fold in opposite sides and roll up burrito-style.
  • Grill wrap, starting seam-side down, on medium low for 4-5 minutes or until golden brown, turning once.

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  1. SaffronMeSilly
    This was tasty and easy. However, I would suggest decreasing the cook time on the chicken to 4-5 min per side, as mine turned out a little burned.
  2. Mandy
    I made these for dinner Friday night and hubby & I both loved them. I added some chopped spring onions I had to use and added some lettuce to the wraps & served cold rather than grilled as I used some rye bread wraps I had on hand. These were delicious & I'm sure to make often. Thanks for posting!
  3. chefpam
    This was very good. My kids liked it and so did my hubby! Quick and easy and very tasty! The first time I made this as tacos because my tortillas were kind of small. The second time, I folded them in bigger tortillas and used my George Foreman. Very good both ways.
  4. Teddys Mommy
    I used Turkey lunch meat instead of chicken breasts for an extremely easy dinner. This was VERY good. I have never grilled a wrap before, it helped it stay together I think I will grill all of my wraps from now on!
  5. Nikki Kate
    These are delicious! I can't believe how easy they are to make. I had DH grill up some chicken breast when he was grilling chicken quarters for our supper. I just put them in the fridge until the next day. I made his with monterey jack with jalapenos and he loved it! I brought out my George Foreman warmed up my tortillas on the grill as it was heating up. Mixed everything up and rolled up two and pressed them in the grill for 4 minutes. He took 4 to work with him and ate them all!! My only problem is (it's not really a big one) I could make 2 to 4 depending on the size of my chicken breast! Unless it's because my tortilla are smaller? On my wrap I left out the tomato (not a big fan of warm tomatoes) and used cheddar cheese. I will be making these a lot more, as long as I can keep extra bacon around! Great recipe, thanks for posting this one!


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