Spicy Chicken Avocado Wraps

Spicy Chicken Avocado Wraps

Spice up your Chicken!

Tired of the same old boring chicken and veggies?  Spice things up! Try my Spicy Chicken Avocado Wraps today!

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Recipe:

  • Boil skinless, boneless chicken breasts in water (with fresh squeezed lemon).
  • Once the chicken is cooked, strain it and add 6 oz of this chicken to a food processor.
  • To the food processor, add 2/3 of an avocado and 2 cups of chopped & steamed zucchini.
  • Season with minced onion flakes, chili pepper flakes and 1 TBSP of freshly squeezed lime juice.
  • Process in the food processor (don’t over-process, or else it will become a paste).
  • Divide into 2 portions (place on in the fridge for the next day)
  • Wash and dry collard greens.  Cut off the stems.
  • Placed the chicken salad onto 1 collard green.  Roll into a wrap.  Makes about 3-4 wraps per serving.

Nutritional Info:

For a 1/2 serving (3 oz chicken, 1 cup zucchini, 1/3 of an avocado, 1 cup of collard greens):

  • calories: 253, fat: 12.4 g, saturated fat:1.6 g,  cholesterol: 56.3 mg, sodium: 71.2 mg, carbohydrates: 17.7 mg, fiber: 8.4 g, net carbs: 9.3g, sugar: 8.1 g, protein: 24.3 g

 

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