Chicken salad infused with Thai flavors all rolled up in a yummy wrap. These Thai Chicken Salad Wraps are so simple to make and perfect for quite lunch or dinner.
I have to give a shoutout to my sister Lori for steering me in the direction of this recipe. She called me a few weeks ago and told me about these delicious Thai Chicken Salad Wraps she had made for dinner. Naturally I was all ears as soon as I heard her say “I made the most delicious thing for dinner tonight.”
Talk about a simple, fantastic dinner.
I served these with some fresh corn on the cob and grapes and it really was the perfect meal. . . easy, fast, healthy and so, so good.
I love to use the OLE Mexican Foods Xtreme Wellness Wraps in the Spinach & Herbs flavor. I absolutely love them and use them all the time to make me wraps for lunch. You could also use the Mission brand Garden Spinach and Herb flavor. Flatout Flatbread is another delicious option. Honestly, this chicken salad is so good, I’ve just eaten it straight from the bowl and not even used a wrap.
Is the dressing spicy?
If you’re worried about the sauce being too spicy, don’t be. You can adjust the amount of curry. The first time I made these I started with two teaspoons of curry powder like the recipe called for. I ended up adding more because I wanted a deeper curry flavor. It did add a little bit of a kick, but nothing even the wimpiest people like me couldn’t handle. If you’re looking for more heat/kick, add a drizzle of sriracha to your wrap.
The filling is super versatile. If you don’t like one of the ingredients, swap it out for something you love. I used Craisins instead of raisins because I love them so much more.
A few other ingredients that would be delicious to add:
- diced red peppers
- honey roasted peanuts
- green onions
- cabbage (for some additional crunch)
- diced apples
Can I use rotisserie chicken?
Absolutely! Rotisserie chicken would be a great option if you want to make these even easier to throw together. I do like the chicken being cut into chunks for this, probably more so for the look/presentation of it (I know, kind of lame). With that being said, if I used a rotisserie chicken I would try and cut it into pieces rather than shred it, but really any way you do it will taste the same.
I love dinners like this that take really no effort and come together in minutes. Let me know if you give these a try.Print
Recipe Source: Adapted slightly from Favorite Family Recipes