Deliciously tasty chicken wraps flavoured with feta and sun-dried tomatoes, with a healthy dose of greens, too. You can get creative and alter the recipe to your taste - for example, use pesto mayo instead of the salad dressing, or use crumbled goat cheese instead of the feta.
You can easily use leftover roast chicken for this sandwich! It'll taste just as good and be easier to make, too.
If you use sun-dried tomatoes packed in oil, you don't need to soak them in hot water. You could also use sun-blush tomatoes for this wrap.
Wow - three of of my favorite things all rolled into one! This wrap was very good and for me a great way to use up leftover herb grilled chicken so I didn't bother with the whole marinating/grilling process. I love sun-dried tomatoes and mine are in a "ready to eat" pouch so no boiling here either! I opted for a creamy ranch style dressing to compliment this and it tasted great! This was quick, easy, and perfect for lunch! - 28 Feb 2011 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Very good recipe! Followed the recipe to a T and got me some yummy lunch wraps. The only problem is that it lacks something creamy to balance the extreme saltiness of feta and sun-dried tomatoes. Next time, I might add sour cream or mayo to the dressing. - 26 Apr 2006 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
I have been meaning to try these for months & finally did last night. They were good. Next time I would marinate them in the dressing called for, but I think I would mix the cooked chicken, spinach, etc with a ranch or maybe just mayonnaise something cream based. Or maybe I was supposed to use a cream based sundried tomato dressing. I wasn't sure, so picked up one that was oil-based and very red! But let me say, I tasted the chicken straight out of the oven, and that dressing is a great marinade just to serve the chicken plain. I marinated mine 10 hours and the chicken was incredible tender & juicy. - 09 Nov 2004 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)