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Mediterranean Wrap

May/June 2010

Your rating: None Average: 4.1 (97 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

18 Reviews for Mediterranean Wrap

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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09/15/2011
Awesome!

I made this a few days ago, and both my husband and I loved it! I had the leftovers today without the wrap, and actually think that tasted better. I didn't make any changes to the recipe; it's delicious as-is.
Based on input of other reviews, I added some feta cheese to my leftover portion. After trying it both ways, I could take or leave the feta. It tasted good with the recipe, but I'm not sure if it really made the recipe better or just different.
I'll definitely be adding this to our list of usual dinners! So, so good!

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