Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Waldorf Chicken Wrap

Tonight was one of those nights when you find yourself on the way home trying to figure out what you are going to fix for dinner. Well there was still good food in the refrigerator and plenty of leftovers. There was a good response to the wraps and chicken salad so maybe something could be made out of that.

Here is basically a Waldorf Salad but made with yogurt and chicken, then served in a wrap. A surprising and delicious sandwich that helps empty the refrigerator and nothing goes to waste.

1 left over chicken breast
2 four tortillas
1 5oz container of lemon flavored yogurt Not Fat
1 gala apple
1 banana
2 stalks celery cut into ½ slices
2 tbs mustard
½ cup of dried cranberries
½ cup chopped pecans.

Do your cutting. The chicken, celery, apple and banana.

Mix the yogurt and mustard into the apple & banana, then stir in the chicken and celery.

With a wooden spoon, mix in the cranberries and the nuts. Cover and let the flavors merge in the refrigerator for 2 hours. If you feel there is not enough dressing, add 1 tbs of mayonnaise, but not much more.

Like before: mix 1 teaspoon of cornstarch into about ½ cup of water. Keep this mixed with your pastry brush.

This went together so quickly, slave hardly had time to take pictures!

Lay out the tortilla and brush the sides and the top portion.
Scoop on about 3 tbs of mix in the lower half of the circle. Then tuck in the sides with your little fingers and roll the wrap up. Let it sit with the seam side down. You can wrap these in plastic, even freeze them. When ready to serve. Unwrap the plastic and make a diagonal cut in the middle. This makes a nice presentation.
Wow, what a taste, and all from left overs! Some Orange Blossom Express from the Boston Pops!

Golly it is fun serving my Master Indy!


To satisfy and restore.
To nourish, support and maintain.
To gratify, spoil, comfort and please,
to nurture, assist, and sustain
..I cook!

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