Chicken Caesar Wrap

I love a good salad, the crunch from the lettuce, the tang from the dressing, and the hidden surprises of things like chewy cranberries and juicy oranges.

The only real problem that I have with salads is that they don't contain carbs.

I know, you're asking yourself why that is so important... Well, guys...

I'm a carboholic...

I love carbs, they are what I crave all day long and without them a meal just doesn't feel like a meal, it's simply incomplete.

A dinner without bread, pasta or rice feels like a book with no end, a joke without the punch line, it's just...not right.

And sure, you can add some croutons to your salad, or throw a side of bread next to it, but come on! We can do better than that!!

What about taking that delicious salad and wrapping it in a tortilla, giving it transportability, a fun factor and most importantly making it a real meal.

I'm a genius!! (Yes, I understand I'm not the first one to think of this concept, just let me have my moment!)



4 Garlic Cloves

2 tsp Anchovy Paste

¾ cup cubed Parmesan

2 Egg Yolks

2-3 Lemons, juice

½ tsp Salt

¼ tsp Pepper

2Tbs Mayo

¼ cup Olive Oil

Put all ingredients in a food processor except olive oil. Once everything is semi-pureed stream in olive oil.


4-5 cups Romaine Lettuce, chopped into 1inch pieces

3/4 cup Jicama, chopped into ½ inch pieces

2 small/medium grilled chicken breasts, chopped into ½-1inch pieces

3/4 cup dressing

10 shaves of Parmesan

3/4 cup croutons, chopped into ½ inch pieces

6 large tortillas

Combine all ingredients except tortillas in a large bowl. Toss until everything is well distributed and the dressing covers everything evenly. Take about 1.5cups of mixture and place in the center of a tortilla. Roll up like a burrito and serve!


  • The Jicama adds a nice crunch, you could skip it or add thinly sliced radishes or apples instead
  • Chop everything SMALL, the smaller the better so that it all stays in the wrap and you get a little bit of everything with each bite!
  • Warm tortillas slightly by covering with a damp paper towel and microwaving for 15-30 seconds. The warmer they are the more pliable they will be.


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