Today my boys and I discovered an extremely yummy version of a chicken wrap that surprising was so similar to a KFC chicken twister it wasn't funny.
This was all very unintentional, I had to take the boys grocery shopping this morning due to my other half working every day (which I normally just DREAD to do and in fact refuse to unless its a dire emergency). Actually one lady in the supermarket commented to me what a good job I was doing with them and how cool calm and collected I was (yup that certainly cracked me up not sure how she figured that one out).
So, walking through the bread section my 4 year old grabbed a packet of tortilla wraps and ever so nicely asked if we could have them for lunch... sure I said no problems. A few isles later I figured I had better get something to go with them (didn't fancy vegemite at all), and grabbed a packet of frozen chicken things. I'm sure nearly everyone that reads this will have done something like this at some time, but thought oh well I might as well share our method, as it was SUCH a hit with my kids I can tell this will be on the menu a fair bit here on in.
What I liked about this option rather than heading off to KFC is that it is heaps cheaper, and I bet has WAY less fat. (Ok, you got me, I don't mind an occasional fast food fix).
So here is the recipe (I am going to put down the brands I bought today - I'm sure substituting different products will work just as well).
Box Frozen Chicken Fingers
Mayonnaise (I use whole egg)
Chopped Lettuce & tomato (+ any other salads you like)
Sweet chilli sauce - optional
Simply cook chicken fingers and the wraps as per packet instructions, then wrap all ingredients inside the wrap to suit each member of family. I allowed 2-3 chicken fingers per wrap.