Caprese Wraps with Chicken

  • Laurie18 Posted: 04/25/10
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    Loved the filling but that flatbread was hard to use. The filling kept falling out or the bread kept tearing.

  • CherylT Posted: 05/13/10
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    I liked this recipe but totally agree that the balsamic vinegar is a better choice. I made it last night with the white vinegar and again today with the balsamic vinegar and it was much better with the balsamic. It's a great recipe for leftover chicken or pork. I really liked the whole wheat wraps and will use them again. Tip* The ingredients should be spooned onto the wrap with a slotted spoon since the extra liquid makes the wrap somewhat soggy. All in all, this is a great starting point for a sandwich that's a little bit different than the usual.

  • gailroper Posted: 05/17/10
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    After reading the reviews, I threw the ingredients together and added extra balsalmic vinegar, pepper, garlic and salt. My husband and his buddy really enjoyed it.The recipe was quick, easy and inexpensive. Would make it again.

  • dthurtle Posted: 06/13/10
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    This makes a great, quick, delicious, and healthy dinner. Perfect for a summer evening. Even better when you increase the dressing.

  • TheRealKatie Posted: 05/03/10
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    This was really boring. I love Caprese salad so I thought I might like this but it was very plain. I definitely think it would have been better with balsamic vinegar or maybe just more vinegar. I might even be tempted to add Dijon mustard to the dressing to add some flavor. Or, maybe just more salt? I don't know - it has great ingredients but it was definitely lacking a lot of something.

  • bigfamily Posted: 04/28/10
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    I love caprese salad so I was disappointed when this was not as good as I had hoped it would be. The flavor is just very bland. We ended up passing around bottled Italian salad dressing just to give it a little flavor. Maybe balsalmic vinegar would be a better choice than the white wine vinegar. It is quick and easy but I won't be making this again.

  • april71109 Posted: 06/14/10
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    so easy to make! light and healthy, however husband thought it was too light.

  • grammyjudi Posted: 06/10/11
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    This sounds like it would make a nice salad without the flatbread!

  • crystal03 Posted: 06/12/11
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    This was amazing!! So great, especially if you love caprese salad. I used a store bought rotisserie chicken- really easy make.

  • dawn901 Posted: 06/17/11
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    this is such a fresh & tastey lunch!! surprisingly filling yet light!! i doubled the pepper & garlic...and used 1 tblsp wine vinegar & 1 tblsp balsamic....YUMMY!

  • Belladonna714 Posted: 06/16/11
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    Amazing. I used a high quality novello olive oil from Wegmans, balsamic vinegar, 7 oz of roasted tomatoes and baked and shredded my own chicken breast, (8 oz was perfect). I would definitely make this again, in fact, I can't wait to have the leftovers for lunch!

  • julie64 Posted: 06/11/11
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    Simple and good for a quick, hot night. Used balsamic vinegar for a little more flavor. Served with raw snap peas and carrots - great for a Friday night

  • smiths37 Posted: 06/21/11
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    I used all of the chicken from a rotisserie chicken (about 3 cups). Mixed with 4 tablespoons of olive oil and 4 tablespoons of balsamic vinegar (instead of the white wine vinegar). Really quick to put together (besides shredding the chicken) and good for lunch the next day. I served with sweet potato fries. I could have gone for some flavor, but not sure what to add to achieve that.

  • gchang55 Posted: 07/30/11
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    really really good! perfect with balsamic and basil. toasted the wraps on my stove....delicious!

  • matesich Posted: 08/07/11
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    I added diced red onions and red peppers and a tbsp of balsamic vinegar. I also used almost the entire rotisserie chicken (so was more chicken heavy). Very refreshing and summery! Also would be good, I think, with diced cucumbers.

  • JessicaLuu Posted: 09/20/11
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    I thought this was great. Classic flavor combination, and it was really easy.

  • steponme Posted: 03/23/14
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    I ended up with a salad b/c I over cooked my flat bread; it crumbled when I tried to roll it, so all it went into a bowl and it did make a pretty good salad!

  • Smelleck Posted: 02/09/14
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    So happy I tried this. I made a variation with what I had on hand. I cooked a chicken fillet with a drizzle of balsamic vinegar before finely chopping it instead of using rotisserie. I used a half of a whole wheat pita & finely chopped a little piece of string cheese for the mozzarella. I used Balsamic vinegar instead of white wine. I was worried because I modified so much! Surprisingly, it was outstanding. About half the mixture fit into my pocket sandwich & I ate the rest as a side salad. Yum. Making it again for lunch this week.

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