Amanda and I were co-hosting playgroup this week and I suggested chicken wraps as our main dish. However, I wanted to do something a little special, so I decided to make up the fixings for three different types of wraps: Thai, Mexican, and Caesar. Giving options like this is a fun and easy way to make your simple lunch look a little more fancy. All three wraps had flour tortilla shells, chicken (shredded rotisserie chicken from the store), and lettuce. I placed a tray with the following ingredients: red peppers and cucumber strips (Thai), shredded Colby jack and onions (Mexican), and shredded mozzarella and tomatoes (Caesar). I made signs out of simple card stock suggesting which vegetables to put on each tortilla and placed them in front of the sauces. The sauce for the Thai wraps was a Thai Peanut Sauce, which you can buy or make. The sauce for the Mexican wraps was a sour cream and fajita seasoning mix. The sauce for the Caesar wraps was Ken's Lite Caesar Dressing and Dip.
It was simple and everyone seemed to enjoy it!