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Chicken Wraps

Servings: 4 to 5
Total Time: 20 min.

Ingredients

4 cups cooked, chopped skinless chicken breast, cooled to room temperature
½ cup sour cream
½ cup green onion, finely chopped
½ finely chopped teaspoon fresh parsley
Cayenne pepper, to taste (optional)
¼ teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg (optional)
½ cup toasted sunflower seeds
1 head butter lettuce leaves, separated, washed, and dried (to use as wraps)

Directions

  • Combine the chicken, sour cream, green onion, parsley, pepper, nutmeg, and sunflower seeds in a large bowl.
  • Spoon the chicken mixture into butter lettuce leaves, and roll up. Serve.
Comments (6)Add Comment
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written by Suzanne, February 17, 2011
Any nut flour is a good substitute for wheat flour. I just read that hazelnut flour is delicious and tastes just like whole wheat flour. You can also use coconut flour and about 6 eggs and then you don't have to add any other flour.
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written by adamlovestv, July 19, 2010
this salad was a little bland to my taste. I added a diced apple and squeezed half of a lemon in it, and it was amazing! try it!
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written by lortta wilson, March 06, 2010
you subsitute wheat flour for almond flour and learn how to bake with it.
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written by Denise, February 23, 2010
Since you were talking about food allergies...

what about having celiac disease? What do you substitute whole wheat items, and wheat flour for. I do not do well with most many flours at this time... but would love an idea of what to do. Other than the whole wheat items it looks like it would be right up my alley, please advise lengthy if possible.
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written by Eugenia (Perfect 10 Team), February 23, 2010
Sharon, you absolutely can follow the Perfect 10 Diet! The few foods that you are allergic to can easily be substituted with other sources of protein. Dr. Aziz gives a great answer to this question on page 291 of the Perfect 10 Diet book. Good luck!
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written by Sharon Preston, February 23, 2010
The Perfect 10 diet sounds like a good way to go but I have food allergies: Shellfish, mushrooms, soy, seeds and nuts and pineapple. Is it possible to do this and be successful with the limitations. I am 61 years old and obese and I plan to start going to water aerobics. I don't want to die before I'm 100.

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