- Rating: 5 stars
- Takes: 5mins to prepare
- Serves: 4
- Everyday Value plain tortilla wraps
- handful of Everyday value salad leaves
- slices of cucumber
- 50g spoon of Everyday Value sweetcorn
- 400g of marinated cooked chicken cut into strips (Tesco Flamegrilled and Piri Piri flavours work well)
- 120g Light Choices Grilled Red Pepper Pesto Cottage Cheese (150g tub)
Each serving contains 405 calories, 4.5g sugar, 6.4g fat, 2.3g saturates and 0.8g salt.
For a gorgeous, low-fat lunch that's satisfying too, fill wraps with Light Choices Grilled Red Pepper Pesto Cottage Cheese, salad and some strips of marinated cooked chicken. The cottage cheese is less than 60 Calories per 60g serving so you can enjoy it as often as you like without worrying about your waistline.
Place the Everyday Value plain tortilla wrap on a flat surface. Place the Everyday Value salad leaves down the centre strip, stopping short of the ends of wrap. Then lay on the cucumber slices and sprinkle on the Everyday Value sweetcorn.
Lie the marinated cooked chicken on top of the salad and spoon on the Light Choices Grilled Red Pepper Pesto Cottage Cheese evenly. Fold about three inches of each end in toward the middle. Then roll the rest of the tortilla over around the fillings. Roll snugly.
To make use of your Sunday roast leftovers, use the extra chicken in the wrap.
For a lower salt recipe use plain cooked chicken rather than marinated cooked chicken.
For top tips on protecting you and your family when preparing raw meat and poultry, visit Food Safety in the Home and view the full Food safety at home video.
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