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Veg Bad Week 4


Has The Veg Bad Challenge been a whole month now?  Wow, that's amazing!! But I don't know that it's true that a month makes a habit.  I am thankful that vegetables are coming into season and the variety of fresh is definitely increasing each week.  We've been enjoying asparagus, artichokes and mangos a lot lately. 

The recipe that I'm sharing this week is something that the men's group at our church likes to serve for fundraising, Chicken Caesar Salad Wraps.  I don't know how they make theirs, but mine was a super easy meal.  I didn't serve it with anything but will add chips and salsa next time or just plain old potato chips. 


Chicken Caesar Salad Wraps

10inch flour tortillas
1 bag of Caesar Salad kit
Chicken breast grilled and sliced (you can get this ready to go in the deli or freezer now a days)
shredded cheese of choice if desired

Mix up the salad in the bag, with half the dressing and the included cheese. Save the croutons for another time.
Place a heaping helping of salad on the tortilla, put on some chicken, and a sprinkling of cheese.  Wrap up the tortilla like a burrito and enjoy.  NUM!

If you're a vegetarian, this would be good on a pita without the chicken, Wendy's used to serve one and it was out of this world.


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