Chicken Saté Wraps

  • GramercyGal Posted: 09/08/09
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    This was very tasty! I found the sauce ended up being a little too saucy, but nothing that can't be fixed up for next time. I also added the fresh cilantro as well and it really brightened up the flavor! I'll try basil, as someone else suggested, tomorrow. I do think next time I'll add a little lime juice and zest as it seemed to be missing a little zip. But this had definitely made it on to my lunch rotation. I had it with CL's Thai Tomato Soup and it was a great combo!

  • AnnaBellaBoom Posted: 06/06/10
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    Decent. I doctored this recipe a good amount by adding fish sauce, garlic, ginger, turmeric, and extra red pepper and curry powder, and still found it a bit bland. There's nothing wrong with it, it's just not that special. It would benefit a lot from a squeeze of fresh lime juice and some chopped cilantro, which I don't have. Also, I grilled my own chicken and chopped the carrots and cabbage by hand, so maybe it's just that I'm disappointed because I put so much work into it. If I had thrown together some rotisserie chicken and bagged matchstick carrots, I might feel differently. I also have the feeling that it might be better after sitting in the fridge overnight. My advice: try this recipe, but don't invest a lot in it.

  • Daynalynn Posted: 04/29/09
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    My boyfriend couldn't stop telling me how good this was and I couldn't agree more. This one is a keeper. I served it warm in a whole wheat tortilla and added cilantro and a lil more onion and crushed red pepper. And I had it the next day for lunch served cold. Very good. And not messy.

  • JJ1916ohio Posted: 08/10/10
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    Tasty, quick and easy. I used crunchy peanut butter and added some ginger, more red pepper and sriacha. I also threw in some lime juice and cilantro at the end. Instead of rotisserie chicken I just bought a 1/2 lb of chicken breast thin sliced from the deli which I chopped up into small squares. I used some preshredded carrots I had in my fridge along with the angel slaw. This recipe took me like 10 min to throw together. I used spring roll wrappers for mine and some left over flour tortillas for my DH. I would definitely make this again, it makes a perfect make ahead lunch.

  • purplezebra1 Posted: 10/12/09
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    This is a very good, easy recipe. I roasted boneless, skinless chicken breast in the oven because I didn't have a rotisserie chicken. I was also tempted to make extra peanut sauce for the slaw, but I kept to the recipe and it was good. It's a good recipe that I would have no problem making for guests if that's what they feel like, but it didn't blow my socks off, and it's not "fancy" enough for a special occassion. My husband was reluctant to try it, but he eventually caved and really liked it. I had one serving, and he ate the rest.

  • xathenex Posted: 05/17/09
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    Very good! Very quick if you use left over rotisserie chicken and already cut carrots. I used reduced fat peanuts butter to cut the fat a little bit which worked just fine. But I think next time I will decrease the amount of peanut butter by 1 tbsp. I also added a layer of fresh basil before I topped it with the slaw. Yum!

  • briarjade Posted: 06/14/10
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    fun change of pace for lunch, and i love that you can make the filling the night before and just stuff a wrap and go in the morning. i definitely recommend shredding carrots in the food processor. i added extra red pepper flakes and fresh grated ginger after reading reviews that warned of blandness and i thought the flavor was excellent!

  • 8stringfan Posted: 06/12/10
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    Very good wrap. I find a whole chicken gets you about three and a half to four cups of meat, so plan accordingly. I also added bean sprouts and some thinly sliced red bell peppers and used a larger, whole wheat wrap...which basically gave me a single meal in one neat package. Overall the thing is tasty, decently cheap, and quite quick to make. Leftovers made good lunch for days afterwards.

  • PeonyPineapple Posted: 01/25/10
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    This has become one of my go-to recipes. It is very simple and delicious. I use any onion I have on hand though and have never used green onion. I also do not use the angel hair slaw.

  • emws1234 Posted: 01/30/10
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    This was good; I follwed the recipe except I used spring roll skins in place of the tortillas as they stay together better for travel in a lunch box. I will make this again as a good alternative to the normal sandwich I have been taking.

  • No Longer Registered Posted: 01/25/11
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    I loved this recipe. I cooked the chicken the day before in the slow-cooker with the 'sauce' (coconut milk, peanut butter and spices) The next day I added carrots, onions and about 1/2 cup warm peanut butter to make everything stick together. Wrapped and topped with cabbage as instructed... delicious. I couldn't stop eating the chicken mixture as I was making the wraps.

  • beezer825 Posted: 01/23/13
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    My husband and I really liked this recipe. It was the perfect thing for a packed lunch during a day out shopping. I made the wraps up the night before and used finely sliced cabbage. It was quick and easy, the list of ingredients reflects that. I will be making this again and again. I agree that fresh cilantro would be good in the wrap, but I really thought it was tasty as is too!

  • kazbaby04 Posted: 02/10/14
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    i thought this was a pretty good start and great concept but a bit bland. i used red curry paste then added ginger, garlic, golden raisins, cilantro & chopped peanuts. it's great base recipe very open to additions.

  • clc1040 Posted: 08/29/14
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    Easy and enjoyable. I used super chunky peanut butter which added an additional little crunch.

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