Becky Luigart-Stayner; Melanie J. Clarke and Celine Chenoweth
4 servings (serving size: 1 wrap)

Coconut milk, curry powder, and peanut butter bring Indonesian flair to a quick-fix sandwich.

How to Make It

Heat a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Coat pan with cooking spray. Add carrots and onions; sauté 1 minute. Stir in coconut milk and next 5 ingredients (through pepper); cook 30 seconds, stirring constantly. Add the chicken; cook 1 minute, stirring to coat. Remove from heat; cool. Warm tortillas according to package directions. Spoon about 1/2 cup chicken mixture down center of each tortilla, and top each with 1/3 cup angel hair slaw. Roll up. Cover and chill.

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Ratings & Reviews

clc1040's Review

August 29, 2014
Easy and enjoyable. I used super chunky peanut butter which added an additional little crunch.

kazbaby04's Review

February 10, 2014
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.

beezer825's Review

January 23, 2013
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!

NoNoNan's Review

September 05, 2012

user's Review

January 25, 2011
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.

JJ1916ohio's Review

August 10, 2010
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.

briarjade's Review

June 14, 2010
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's Review

June 12, 2010
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.

AnnaBellaBoom's Review

June 06, 2010
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.

emws1234's Review

January 30, 2010
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.