Friday, December 23, 2016

Chicken Caesar Salad Wrap

Hello all!

     Today we bring you yet another easy and fun lunch to try out!  Chicken Caesar Salad Wraps are very popular, but expensive if you go out to dine.  Here is a way you can save some money and impress your family!  Many people think making this dish is complex but we have a few tips for you and some ways to not only save a buck, but look good doing it!

     This dish has been around for a while and we are not sure if someone just got bored with their salad and made it easier to eat or if someone was just thinking outside the box.  Growing up Chef has made these many times in all the restaurants he has worked in and now he wants to show you how he makes them home.

Serves 6-8

Prep Time: 25 Minutes
Cook Time: 15 Minutes
Total Time: 40 Minutes

1 Package of Chicken Tenderloins (usually contain 6-8 strips)
2 Cups all purpose flour
3 Eggs
2 Cups Italian seasoned bread crumbs you can also use Crushed Corn flakes.  or try both!
1 Table spoon water
Garlic Powder
1 Package of Medium sized wraps
1 Caesar Salad Kit or 1 head of Romaine Lettuce, 1/2 cup croutons and 2 tbs cup pram cheese, 1/4 cup of Caesar dressing.
The Kit is easier and sold in all larger stores.
Oil for frying.
Anchovies- If you want!

Under cold water, wash the chicken and pat dry.
Use a pinch of salt, pepper and garlic powder and sprinkle on each side of the chicken.
Place the flour in a mixing pan.
Scramble the eggs and add water to another mixing pan.
Add your bread crumbs or corn flake crumbs to the last pan.
Lightly salt and pepper each pan and mix around.
Dredge a piece of chicken int he flour.
Move it to the egg pan and coat it in the egg wash.
Move it to the bread crumb pan and coat the piece in bread crumbs.
Move to  plate and repeat!
Make sure all the chicken pieces have gone through all 3 pans and put on a plate.
Place the plate in the fridge for 15 minutes so the bread crumbs can adhere to the chicken.
Heat up enough oil to just cover half the chicken strips in a pan.
When the oil is hot place the strips in the pan and cook for 3-4 minutes per side.
Flip and repeat.  Checking the chicken.  Chicken is fully cooked at 165 Fahrenheit.
Take the chicken off and cut into pieces.
Make your Salad mix, either with the bag or cutting up the lettuce and mixing in the other ingredients, do not mix the dressing yet.
Place the chicken on top of the salad and mix in.
Mix in the dressing now.
Place a wrap down and place a some of the salad toward the front of the wrap. Add anchovies if you wish.
Wrap up the salad and place two tooth picks on either side.
Cut down the middle of the wrap making it in 1/2 now.
Plate up with a side of your choice and serve!

Doesn't it look great?!

     The directions look long but there are just small steps that make it look long.  I would suggest watching the video to see how we do it.  The lunch is very simple and after you see how we do this meal it will make more sense.  Sometimes writing out directions can be long and drawn out which is why we do a video as well.  Read over this post, watch the video and let us know of any questions.  The dish is very easy.

     We do really hope you enjoyed this post and video please be sure to subscribe to our channel for more videos to come!  If you have any questions or comments please leave them down below or in our video and we will do our best to get to them!  We do hope you try this dish out because it really is simple and affordable.  If you cook up all the chicken you can make many of the wraps, plan accordingly as you go and have fun!

Cooking should be FUN, have FUN doing it!

The Cooking Corner
~Blog Team

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