Hoisin wraps

Hoisin wraps

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(36 ratings)

Prep: 5 mins Cook: 5 mins

Easy

Serves 2
Make this delicious, healthy take on a Peking duck wrap for a speedy snack or tasty lunch.

Nutrition and extra info

  • Easily doubled / halved

Nutrition: per serving

  • kcal302
  • fat6g
  • saturates2g
  • carbs31g
  • sugars2g
  • fibre12g
  • protein33g
  • salt1.81g
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Ingredients

  • 200g cooked turkey or chicken, cut into strips

    Chicken

    chik-en

    Chicken's many plus points - its versatility, as well as the ease and speed with which it…

  • 4 tbsp hoisin sauce
  • 2 flour tortilla
  • ¼ cucumber, deseeded and shredded
  • 4 spring onion, trimmed and finely shredded

    Spring onion

    sp-ring un-yun

    Also known as scallions or green onions, spring onions are in fact very young onions, harvested…

  • good handful watercress

    Watercress

    wort-er-cress

    With deep green leaves, and crisp, paler stems, watercress is related to mustard and is one of…

Method

  1. Heat the grill to high. Mix the turkey or chicken with half of the hoisin sauce so that it’s coated, then spread out onto an ovenproof dish and grill until sizzling. Warm the tortillas under the grill or according to pack instructions.

  2. Spread the tortillas with the rest of the hoisin sauce, then use to wrap up the turkey or chicken with the cucumber, onions and watercress. Cut in half and enjoy while still warm.

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Comments (35)

Creatiffa's picture

Instead of hoisin sauce I’ve used caesar sauce :). Very good!

x-x-x-faerie-x-x-x's picture
5

These are delicious, will def be doing them again!

ariaspo's picture

Really easy and quick to make. Just added some beansprouts for extra crunch. Lovely.

yvonne5's picture
5

Really nice and sooooo easy, I used canonigos and rucula as we can't get watercress in Menorca.

jankersjoe's picture
5

I replaced watercress with thinly sliced red pepper and it worked very well indeed.

chri3859's picture
5

I absolutely love Hoisin Sauce (used to eat it straight out the jar as a kid) so was excited to try this recipe!
I didn't have any pre-cooked chicken, so used chicken mini-fillets which I gently fried and then roughly shredded/pulled them apart into chunks with two forks! As the pan was hot (and I wanted to avoid more washing up) I just gently fried the shredded chicken in the hoisin rather than grilling it which seemed to work fine, and I added finely chopped spring onions for the last minute as I prefer them slightly cooked.
I had some warm in a wrap with cucumber for lunch that day, and then saved the rest of the chicken (I used 500g of chicken and a 210g jar of hoisin with about 5 spring onions) in the fridge to use for the rest of the week's lunches! Worked out as a fairly quick, easy, cheap, healthy and very tasty lunch! Will definitely be making it again!

blogjob's picture
5

Utterly adore them. I purchased 8 whole wheat wraps and tossed the ones I hadn't used in the freezer. The hoisin sauce can also be frozen in ice cube trays for when you need it. Next time I'm going to try making my own sauce and wraps. I used crunchy lettuce, spring onions and sliced up some sugarsnap peas I had left over. Crunchy veg works really well.

natashadorling01's picture
5

This is lovely and so easy to make for lunch for me and the kids.

hettiecarro's picture

Great recipe -Grandsprog even ate the onions and cucumber - because he helped make them!!
Well done again!

debbieharryxxx's picture

Just made this as a quick lunch and thought it was delicious! I baked fresh chicken breasts with the sauce and shredded into wraps - very tasty and filling, had such a satisfying flavour!

aspiringamateurchef's picture
5

First Class, Intelligent, Tasty Delicious easy recipe. I used Corn Tortilla' (El Paso) and some leftover organic Chicken legs and breast smothered in Hoisin Sauce (authentic) and added some Toms Cayenne pepper sauce and a touch of Tesco Red Chilli oil for added pzzazz.
Definitely one to make again and again. A Winner.

jchristo's picture
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My husband was not looking forward to these at all but he loved them - as did I. Very tasty and healthy alternative to duck and the major plus point is (as long as you have precooked your chicken) it can be knocked up in absolutely no time at all!!! Will definately be making this again and again but I will make extra to keep for lunch the next day!!!

ummyusef's picture
5

It has become a big favorite in my house!

vizavi's picture
1

never ever again

toymonster's picture
5

Had this for lunch today, very nice indeed, didn't have cooked chicken just fresh so just sliced it up cooked it in a pan with a little oil and bunged in the hoisin.

I love hoisin!

mariabernadette's picture
5

These were great! Cooked the chicken with the sauce in a frying pan until it started to caramalise and then heated each wrap up from the warmth of the pan. 15 mins from start to finish and they were delicious!

mrsnoonoo's picture
5

So tasty - wanted to eat more. Will be making again

lauren_v_j's picture
3

Quick, easy, healthy and Yummy! Great for outdoor eating in the summer!

susie_annah's picture

Wow, this was so good! I think next time I would use ever so slightly less hoisin on the wraps, but the usual amount in the mixture, but other than that it was really good! I will definitely be having it again. Soon. Very soon!

tracyann's picture
5

The whole family love this recipe. I originally saw this as a barbecue recipe. We often have it with sausages, cut into bite size pieces. A firm family favourite.

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