Friday, June 29, 2012

Chicken Caesar Salad Wrap

Every time we visit Nashville Shelby likes to go to his favorite restaurant, Jackson's Bar and Bistro and he always gets the Chicken Caesar Salad Wrap. Since we don't make it to Tennessee very often, I started recreating this meal at home. It's a good thing too because I don't even see this on their menu anymore. (Don't you hate it when a restaurant cuts your favorite dish?) These wraps are great in the summer because they have a light, fresh taste and are quick and easy to throw together. Enjoy!

Chicken Caesar Salad Wrap

2 Tablespoons Vegetable Oil
3 Chicken Breast Halves, cut into thin strips
Fresh Ground Black Pepper
1 head of Romaine Lettuce, shredded
8oz Provolone Cheese, shredded
6 large Spinach Tortillas
Classic Caesar Salad Dressing

In large skillet, heat oil over medium-high heat. Add half of the chicken strips and grind some fresh black pepper over the top. Flip and grind more pepper over the other side. Cook until lightly browned. Turn and lightly brown the other side. Continue cooking until no longer pink in the middle. Remove to a paper towel lined plate. Repeat with remaining chicken. Add more oil as needed.

In the center of your tortilla fill with a handful of lettuce, some cheese, chicken, dressing, and then a little more lettuce. Roll up like a burrito: fold an inch or two of each end over the filling then fold the sides over that. Cut in half and serve.

Makes: 6 Wraps

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Jenn said...

I swear, the best dishes always get cut! These sound great!

Carol, The Answer Is Chocolate said...

I'm so stubborn that even if they cut my fave, if I see that the ingredients exist in other menu items I will beg the restaurant to make it for me. My husband usually excuses himself from the table at this point. Most of the time it works out. This looks fabulous and perfect for a Summer dinner.

Hilani Ellis said...

Found this on Make the World Cuter, looks awesome, right up my alley!

momphotographer said...

this sounds awesome! I always use meat from chicken cornish gem and it's delicious! I have never tried the spinach torillas as they are hellishly expensive here but they do look delicious.