Spicy Southwest Chicken Wraps
Does anyone out there have an iPhone? We have been bitten by the Apple bug and are slowly but surely letting Apple take over our lives. I personally don’t have an iPhone, my husband does (but I love my new iMac!). And although I was hesitant to accept the craze at first, I do have to admit that it’s pretty cool. It’s very cool actually. If I worked in the “real world” and could justify getting a fancy phone, I’m pretty sure the iPhone would be my best friend.
Anyway, the point of this plug for all things Apple is this…my husband was all excited about this new application he got on his phone, it’s called Big Oven and he claimed that whenever we don’t know what to make for dinner he could just plug in the ingredients we have on hand and this magical little thing on his phone will find us a meal to make (can his magical friend send someone over to cook it too?). My dear man was so excited about it I decided to humor him and give it a shot last night when I was really not inspired by anything I was seeing in the fridge.
Well, it worked.
Based on a few leftovers and staples found in the kitchen, I was drawn to this recipe and came up with my own version of it.
And it was good. Thank you little iPhone, you saved dinner.Print
Spicy Southwest Chicken Wraps
- Category: Chicken
- Method: Oven
- 1 cup salsa (I used medium, but use mild for less heat)
- 1 – 1 1/2 cups shredded Chili Rubbed Roasted Chicken Breasts (recipe below)
- 1/2 can black beans, rinsed and drained
- 1/2 cup red onion, chopped small
- 1 cup cooked corn
- 1/4 cup chopped pickled jalapenos
- salt and pepper to taste
- shredded lettuce
- shredded pepper jack cheese (or cheese of choice)
- flour tortillas or wraps (I used whole wheat)
Chili Rubbed Roasted Chicken Breasts
(perfect for any of your favorite Mexican dishes!)
- 1 1/2 – 2 lbs boneless skinless chicken breasts
- 1 TB chili powder
- 1 TB pasilla chili powder (if you can’t find this, substitute with any chili powder)
- 1 TB garlic
- 1 TB cumin
- 1 TB smoked paprika
- salt and pepper
- In large bowl, stir together all ingredients except tortillas.
- Place about 1 cup filling in center of each warm tortilla. Fold two opposite edges of tortilla toward center over filling. Roll up open end of tortillas toward opposite edge.
- I served this as a cold sandwich, but if you prefer to heat it up, just omit the lettuce and heat in the microwave for 1-2 minutes.
Chili Rubbed Roasted Chicken Breasts
- Heat oven to 400 degrees.
- In small bowl, combine all ingredients. Run spices over chicken. Place chicken on a foil lined cookie sheet and into oven. Roast for approximately 20-25 minutes or until done (depends on thickness of chicken).
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This looks wonderful! I want an iphone now too!
I dont have an iPhone:(
But its ok I can live with out it…
This looks soooooo good. I would love to try this recipe. I might have to grind up the black beans so my hubby doesnt see them- says he doesnt like them…Ill bet if he cant see them he wont know! I’ll let you know!
Those wraps look like something I’d love!
I don’t have an iphone, but am looking for a new phone… not sure I need all those extras that come with the iphone. that big oven feature does sound cool though!
How fun! The Betty Crocker website has something similar, and it’s kind of fun to see what technology can come up with! Your iPhone Chicken Wraps look really good. REALLY good! When I was at the store this weekend, they have a holographic tv set up. It was both cool and freaky. Someday soon, our present day technology will seem sooooo old fashioned! Love you wraps!
Wow Aggie! I love the new look of your site! Things sure do change when you are gone for a few weeks! LOL!
Spicy caught my eye! 🙂
“Big oven” is a cool tool, just checked it out from your link, but I dont own an iPhone 🙁 I want one too…
What a handy little phone. This wrap looks really tasty and simple to make. Can’t beat that!
What a perfect looking wrap. It’s got all the fixins I like! Have a good one!
Just the perfect wrap w/all those goodies tucked nicely inside…. MMMmmmm!!!
Wow- what a neat feature! Those wraps look awesome, too- so many awesome ingredients.
These wraps look delicious! I am so behind in the technology realm, it is a little embarassing 🙂
Thanks for asking about the game- My hubby is taking it a little better this time
No way! Never heard of Big Oven, that is the coolest!!
Those wraps are stuffed full with goodness!! YUM!! My husband has an Iphone and we love it!!
I have a similar program on my blackberry and it does come in handy. I love all the ingredients used and I can just imagine these are full of flavor. This is a great recipe, Aggie.
What a smoky chicken treat, it looks fabulous and is just what I love to eat! 🙂
Wow…I like the idea of Big Oven…I want an iphone too! Hey I posted a brown rice risotto today-I found the recipe I was telling you about except it wasn’t for brown rice so I just adapted it and it came out pretty tasty!
I heard of everything now! I thought texting was cool, silly me!!
I don’t have an iphone, but I do have a Mac. They make great products. What a great tool for the phone and your wraps came out great too!
I haven’t heard of that site, but your wraps look delicious! Way to go iphone!
This looks absolutely delicious! It looks just like a wrap from my favorite fresh fast food restaurant. I will definitely try it out..Mind if I use it on my recipe blog?
Oh yes I’m with you on this one. I absolutely love a good wrap. These is perfect.
yeah, that looks like what i want for lunch!
These look really good! Sometimes I avoid mexican/southwestern food out b/c it’s a little too intense for me! But this looks like a nice lunch or light dinner!
Thanks for the mention of BigOven.com!
About four years ago, I started the project, specifically aimed at breaking through the “what to make tonight” blues.
Those of you who don’t have an iPhone can access much of the same features from your Blackberry or other mobile devices at http://www.bigoven.com/m, or of course on our website at http://www.bigoven.com.
Be sure to check out the BigOven Leftover Wizard — simply enter up to 3 ingredients in your fridge or pantry, and get some great ideas of what to make!
– Steve Murch
I know you posted this a while back – but I found your blog and plan to try LOTS of your amazing recipes. I tried this one and it’s a fan favorite – we LOVE it. We left out the lettuce and cook it on the George Foreman to leave “grill marks” – so yummy. Thanks for sharing!