Wrap with Chicken Caesar

Wrap with Chicken Caesar

What could be better than a Caesar salad? A wrap with chicken Caesar! Here’s an easy way to put one together, as well as some fun ways to change it up.

Caesar salad wraps are great if you like Caesar salad as much as I do. They are a great quick lunch that you can make ahead of time and eat on the go or at your work. They are also so easy to make. At the end of the day, it’s just Caesar salad in a soft flour tortilla. I’ve added cooked chicken to this dish to make it a more filling meal.

There are many ways to cook chicken.

Cooked chicken is needed for the dish. You can buy a rotisserie chicken at the store or cook your own chicken in one of the following ways:

How to Make a Chicken Caesar Wrap at Home

Like most easy recipes, it matters what kind of products you use. I really think you should make your own Caesar sauce and croutons, and the Parmesan cheese should be newly grated.

Toss the salad in a big bowl to make sure that the sauce covers everything evenly before you wrap it.

Use large tortillas because they are easy to roll. The width of mine was about 10 inches.
Don’t put too much in the bread. Because of this, it is hard to roll up.

Love a Salad? Pack It!

The main idea is to take a salad you like and wrap it in a tortilla. This makes a lot of quick, easy, and tasty wraps possible. Here are some recipes that might work well in a wrap:

The kale Caesar wrap is a fresh take on the standard Caesar salad, with a sauce that doesn’t have any anchovies. Be sure the croutons are small enough to eat. A thin layer of regular hummus or a hard-boiled egg would be great.

Wrap up shredded chicken, creamy avocado, and spicy buttermilk sauce in a white or wheat flour tortilla to make a delicious chicken avocado wrap. Before you toss the salad, use your hands to break the garlic toasts into pieces that are easy to eat.

Green goddess wrap: Green goddess dressing is a creamy, herby sauce that could coat crunchy lettuce, cucumbers, leftover roasted vegetables, and a cooked grain like chewy farro. Here’s another bowl of grains that would taste great wrapped.

Chicken tahini wrap: This chicken and radish salad with sesame seeds is great if you like tahini. It’s very easy to make.

How to Keep Chicken Caesar Wraps

As with most sandwiches, wraps are best when eaten right away. However, if you want to make them ahead of time, you can put them together and store them in the fridge for up to two days if you wrap them tightly in plastic, parchment, or wax paper.

Wrap with Chicken Caesar
Wrap with Chicken Caesar

To keep a wrap from getting too wet, use less filling. Then put some on the side to use as a dip.

Wrap with Chicken Caesar

PREP TIME 20 mins
TIME TOTAL: 20 minutes
SERVINGS 4 servings
YIELD 4 wraps

Do you like tomatoes in your chicken Caesar wrap? You can add a handful of green tomatoes that have been cut in half. I don’t like them, so I didn’t put them in the mix.


1 1/2 cup cooked chicken, chopped; 2 cups green lettuce, chopped.
1/3 cup Caesar salad
1/4 cup of finely chopped Parmesan
1/2 cup croutons
Salt, to taste
To taste, black pepper
4 big flour tacos, each 10 inches long


To make the salad, put the chicken, cabbage, Caesar sauce, Parmesan, and croutons in a big bowl. Toss everything in the sauce until it is evenly spread over everything. Taste it and add salt and black pepper if you think it needs it.

Cover the salad:

Put a flat tortilla on a clean cutting board or work area. In the middle of the tortilla, put a quarter of the salad. Fold the left and right edges toward the middle, then tuck the side closest to you up and roll it tightly. If you want, you can hold it in place with a stick. You could also keep the seam side of the wrap down to keep it from unrolling. Put together the other three wraps in the same way.


You can serve the wraps whole or cut them in half. Wrapping the chicken Caesar wraps in plastic wrap, parchment paper, or foil lets you store them in the fridge for up to 2 days.

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