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Mediterranean Wrap

May/June 2010

Your rating: None Average: 4.2 (111 votes)

This wrap is stuffed with chicken tenders and couscous with a hit of lemon and a healthy dose of fresh herbs. Save any leftovers to wrap up for an easy lunch. Serve with: Mixed green salad and a glass of crisp white wine.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I used a veggie chicken product to make this recipe vegetarian. It was awesome! "
Mediterranean Wrap Recipe

19 Reviews for Mediterranean Wrap

05/19/2014
Anonymous
Yummy!!!!!!!! :)

It's the best thing that I have ever tasted! Something I would cook again and again for my family and friends! Gotta try this wrap is you have not yet!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

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Anonymous wrote 16 weeks 6 days ago

Yes, I agree! I cooked it for

Yes, I agree! I cooked it for my family one time for lunch and loved it so much that I had to make another bunch for them! I was so surprised about the taste.....didn't connect with me at first but when I ate a bite out of it.......i devoured it! Trust me....try it....you'll love it!

02/26/2014
Anonymous

Just tried this recipe. I love it. My kids loved it. We used grilled chicken instead. I saw some comments about adding Feta. Great idea for next time!

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02/26/2014
Anonymous

Just tried this recipe. I love it. My kids loved it. We used grilled chicken instead. I saw some comments about adding Feta. Great idea for next time!

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02/26/2014
Anonymous

Just tried this recipe. I love it. My kids loved it. We used grilled chicken instead. I saw some comments about adding Feta. Great idea for next time!

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12/09/2012
Anonymous
Yummy!

I love this recipe! I made it for my family and we all liked it. Personally, I would chop up the parsley and the mint very fine. The flavors can be a little bit too strong if you get a big mouthful of leaves and not much else. Also, these are great with sour cream!

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