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Mexican Grilled Chicken Wrap

Mexican Grilled Chicken Wrap recipe
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These super-easy grilled chicken wraps with coleslaw, cheese and tomatoes deliver warm Mexican flavors without a lot of prep time.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
6/25/2012
Delicious!! I enjoyed this recipe. And did not change a thing. There was enough seasoning in the recipe. This is easy and a delightful Mexican style dish. Easy fast I can not say anymore. ED from: Boston, MA (spinach1948)
posted:
9/11/2011
Chicken needs to be seasoned. With that said I made this like the recipe called for. I've change the coleslaw for chopped lettuce, squeezed the lime on the cooked chicken and added diced avocado. no salsa or sour cream needed
posted:
3/26/2011
not sure why, but i found this recipe really gross. will never make it again. i actually ended up throwing it all out. waste of money. sorry.
posted:
11/2/2010
This recipe is a keeper....maybe marinate the chicken for fajitas next time to give it more of a south-of-the-border flair...and the chopped Jalapenos in one of the earlier reviews sounded good. Make sure the grill is set to low, the tortills burn pretty easily, good thing I had some extras....the next ones with the grill set lower turned out perfect.
posted:
8/19/2010
My wife and I realy like this dinner.
posted:
7/26/2010
Easy and delicious. I did season my chicken 1st w/ a southwest blend.
posted:
7/7/2010
This recipe is definitely a keeper! I used flour tortillas instead of wheat and added some chopped jalapeno for a nice little kick. Excellent!
posted:
7/2/2010
I made this and the filling was good but the tortillas fell apart. Is there some way to prevent this? They were dry too. This recipe needs some tweaking.
posted:
6/26/2010
I used precooked grilled chicken strips and grilled on my George Foreman. Very good and quick. I cut the recipe in half, but the filling still made 4 wraps.
posted:
6/26/2010
This sounds very good. When you say grill, do you mean an outdoor grill? Or do you mean a grill like a George Foreman?
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