Spicy Indian Pulled Chicken Wrap with minty yogurt and cucumber sauce
We're putting last night's leftover chicken to good use and building flavorful chicken wraps. Worried about the spice? Don't be! The minty yogurt sauce will leave you cool as a cucumber.
Smarts: Can't find naan? Pita bread or flour tortillas are a fine substitution.
- Cucumbers, small - 1, peeled and julienned
- Mint, fresh - 2 Tbsp, finely chopped
- Yogurt, plain - 2 cups
- Shallots - 1 bulb, finely chopped
- Romaine lettuce - 2 cups, thinly sliced
- Leftover chicken meat (from Mon) - ~3 cups, shredded or pulled with a fork
- Cumin - 1 Tbsp
- Curry powder - 2 tsp
- Garlic powder - 1 tsp
- Black pepper - 1 tsp
- Naan - 4 pieces
- Sriracha or hot sauce (opt) - to taste
- Shallots / Romaine lettuce - Prep as directed. Mix together. (Can be done up to 3 days ahead)
- Cucumbers / Mint - Prep as directed.
- Make yogurt sauce - In a medium mixing bowl combine cucumber, mint, and yogurt. Add salt to taste. (Can be done up to 3 days ahead)
- Season the chicken - Sprinkle the pulled chicken meat with the cumin, curry powder, garlic powder, and black pepper. (Can be done up to 1 day ahead)
- Place seasoned leftover chicken in a saute pan or skillet and warm over medium-low heat until it's hot.
- Heat up naan according to package instructions.
- Assemble wraps by dividing chicken equally among the wraps. Top with shallots and lettuce mixture, spoon yogurt mint sauce on top, and drizzle on Sriracha or other hot sauce if desired. Enjoy!
This meal has 75 reviews
I added this to my menu, but the instructions don't say how to cook the chicken, so I'm wasting lots of time trying to figure that out. I tried reading some other comments for a hint and see you where already told this was an issue back on Mar 28, 2015.
Liked this much better in the indian wraps than the meal last night.
I really wanted and expected to love this one. The flavors were all fantastic. However, the texture of the chicken ruined it for me. The leftover pulled chicken turned to mush when heated.
I wish there was a more middle ground option. This was decent, just not one of my faves, since there have been so many good recipes.
I added this recipe to my week and I'm surprised there are no instructions for making the chicken or at least a link to Monday's recipe. Now I have to go look online elsewhere. You guys have a lot of room for improvement!
This will be my new go-to recipe when I'm craving Indian food!