Chicken curry and turmeric wrap, crunchy vegetables, coriander and light vinaigrette
A wrap is a kind of sandwich often used in the fast food environment and made of a thin pancake wrapped around a filling which generally consists of cold sliced meat, poultry or fish accompanied with grated lettuce, tomatoes or diced pico de gallo, guacamole, mushrooms, bacon, grilled onions, cheese and a sauce.
Mexicans, Armenians, Greeks, Turks have been eating wraps since the 1900s, the wrap in its modern form is believed to have originated in California and may have been invented in a chain in southern California called "I Love Juicy "in the early 1980s.
To make this recipe, you will need for 4 people
4 Wheat Pancakes,
120 g carrots,
120 g cucumber,
120 g of mango,
270 g ORGANIC chicken fillets,
Sesame oil, curry, turmeric, salt, pepper, pink garlic,
Pour la vinaigrette légère
140 g of water,
100 g sugar,
35 g of clementine juice,
35 g grapefruit juice,
35 g Nuoc-mam,
Chilli puree, chopped pink garlic,
1/2 Bunch of coriander,
120 g bean sprouts.
Peel carrots, cucumbers and mangoes and cut into julienne,
Marinate the chicken fillets with sesame oil, salt and pepper for 25 minutes,
Sprinkle with a curry / turmeric mixture in equal parts,
Reserve in the cold for 3 hours,
Color the fillets in butter, finish cooking over low heat,
Let stand 10 minutes before slicing,
Brush a patty with sesame oil with a brush,
Cover with a second cake,
Heat the two overlapping patties in the pan without cooking them,
Obtain hot and very flexible pancakes,
Dissolve the sugar in lukewarm water,
Add the ingredients, whisk,
Add a touch of chili puree and chopped pink garlic,
Let cool completely,
On a warm pancake, place the juliennes, sliced chicken, sprig of coriander and bean sprouts,
Roll the wrap, stick with a drop of water,
Slice a wrap diagonally, place it on a plate,
Add the light vinaigrette, and a coriander / soy mixture,
Drizzle with light vinaigrette.
And to accompany that, why not a white wine, an Entre-deux-Mers Réserve blanc from Château Tour de Mirambeau (around € 10) or a Pouilly-Fumé Tradition from Domaine Serge Dagueneau & Filles (less than € 20).
And here is a fast food recipe that we now sometimes find at good restaurants, and there, we will have to make an effort not to eat with our fingers; -) ....
See you soon