Thai Chicken Roll-Ups

  • KN2009 Posted: 09/26/09
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    This would make a good take-to-work lunch.

  • JKanter Posted: 10/18/09
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    I was so disappointed by these. I actually threw them out. TOO much ginger and lime juice. I couldn't even taste the peanut butter.

  • LutzCat Posted: 11/03/10
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    These are delicious. Used deli-sliced Boar's Head Ovengold Turkey rather than chicken. The dressing is really what makes this special. Wouldn't change a thing on this recipe!

  • j9john Posted: 03/16/10
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    This recipe is wonderful. I made 2 changes. Don't use dry ginger. Use fresh or minced from the jar. It makes all the difference.I also used a bit ( maybe 1/4 tsp.) honey in the dressing for just a touch of sweetness. My family loved it and I will make it often.

  • jcguzik Posted: 08/16/11
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    this has made a great brown bag lunch. Prepped everything ahead of time and made the sandwich each day for lunch. I made a few minor changes: sriracha sauce in place of the ground red pepper, chopped rotisserie chicken instead of deli slices, and packaged "broccoli slaw" in place of the shredded napa cabbage. Delicious! I'll definitely make it again.

  • MissGore Posted: 10/09/13
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    I thought this was great. I made the sauce ahead and kept the other ingredients separate until I was ready to make a wrap at work. The sauce was great as-is. I used boar's head ever roast chicken, red cabbage and wheat tortilla shells. Will definitely make again.

  • smiths37 Posted: 07/08/14
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    I loved these! Great flavor and great for lunch. I did make a few slight adjustments though (because of what I had on hand). I used about 2 oz of turkey per wrap, cracked black pepper olive oil mayo, full fat peanut butter, whole wheat tortillas, shredded angel hair slaw, and sliced mini bell peppers. Like another reviewer, I made the sauce separate and then put everything together at work.


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