Chicken and Bacon Roll-Ups

  • sortagourmet Posted: 04/02/09
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    This makes a great lunch or light dinner. I made it as directed the first time through to get a feeling for the flavors and really enjoyed it. I mad a second roll-up for lunch the following day and added some dried cranberries and crumbled bleu cheese; really added a new level to the taste. Will make again.

  • CMLucas Posted: 04/15/11
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    This won't knock your socks off but it is very good. I like the use of flatbread - my first experience with it. I used dried tarragon instead fresh - it would have been better with fresh herbs. I did add avocado and a little shredded cheddar. The cheddar didn't add enough to warrant the calories but the avocado did. I do like the other reviewers suggestion to add dried cranberries though. I will make again. I made it for dinner with garlic roasted potatoes. The consensus was that is would have made a better lunch than a dinner.

  • venezuela09 Posted: 10/18/12
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    Great flavour. The mayo spread was perfect. I had trouble folding the wrap but it was so delicious that I didn't care that it felt apart.

  • slocook1 Posted: 10/12/12
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    With a little upgrade in the comfort factor area these were pretty good. I used home made mayo instead of the low fat stuff, reduced both the tomato and shredded lettuce by half, added 1 cup of shredded sharp cheddar, 1 whole avocado sliced and 6 strips of thick sliced bacon instead of 4. I made them with jumbo sized (13") flour tortillas instead of flat bread. This made 2 perfect sized wraps for dinner for my partner and me.

  • daneanp Posted: 11/02/12
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    Our supermarket did not have flat bread so we substituted whole wheat tortilla. I also replaced the mayo with mashed avocado. It was very good, quick and easy, especially using some left over chicken.

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