RECIPE: HEALTHY CHICKEN WRAP
Yes... it's true.. I have finally posted a new recipe. It's been ages since I've last posted anything. Lately, my diet consists of brown rice, chicken or steak & vegetables...exciting, right? Well, I've been itching to make something different and use my creativity to its fullest potential...hence the Sriracha decor!
WHAT YOU'LL NEED:
- Spinach Tortillas
- Greek Yogurt
- Coconut Oil
- Chicken Breasts
- Bell Peppers
This is extremely easy to make and you can make all your wraps at once so you can take them when you're on the go!
1. MARINATE CHICKEN
One of the key elements to this dish is the chicken. Cut the raw chicken into small pieces and put in a bowl. You will need to cut the onions (to your liking), cilantro and bell peppers and mix everything in the bowl. Sprinkle pepper to your desired amount. If you can, let it marinate over night. If you can't, then wait 30 minutes to an hour to let the flavors mix.
2. COOKING THE CHICKEN
Grab 2 tablespoons of Coconut Oil on a High-Medium Heat Pan. Stir chicken till thoroughly cooked.
3. WRAP IT UP
Microwave the tortilla for 15 seconds or heat it up on a pan till desired. Place a cup of the chicken & veggies on the to tortilla and wrap it up like the workers at Chipotle!
4. PLACEMENT, DECORATING
Optional* You can just bite into that bad boy if you want!
Cut the wrap in half diagonally. Place like picture above as so. Cut a slice of lemon and wedge in between the two wraps.
Did you know that you can use Greek Yogurt as a substitute for sour cream? I kid you not, tastes the freaking same. Add your desired amount of Greek Yogurt on top of your wrap and squeeze lemon on top of it. I added a small piece of cilantro on top.
I am all about presentation when it comes to my food. Sadly, I would spend a lot of time making the plate look presentable before I can actually eat it!
Sriracha time! Add 5 dots to the place in the shape of a curve: starting off with a huge circle then a smaller and smaller circle. Take a tooth pick and run through the big circle to the smallest circle in a line.
And... you're done! Hope you guys like it and let me know what you think of it!