Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Spicy Sticky Chicken Wraps


If you have been to Winger's, the restaurant, you've probably had these before or have at least heard of them. Well, I have never had them, and now I know I have really been missing out! I saw these on Life as a Lofthouse's blog, and they looked so easy and yummy that I tried them out. So so glad I did. I loved them so much, that I ended up eating them for the next 4 days, yep, you heard me. I couldn't get enough of them. They were so easy to heat up for lunch, and they tasted just as good as the first day I had them. They are spicy, but not too much where it is distracting. They're perfect in every way!

Spicy Sticky Chicken Wraps
adapted slightly from Life as a Lofthouse

6 tablespoons Franks Original Hot Sauce *has to be Frank's!
3/4 cup Brown Sugar
4 tablespoons water
1-25oz bag of frozen breaded chicken fingers (you can buy chicken fingers from the deli too)
10 Flour Tortillas (the size that comes in 10 count)
Cheddar Cheese, shredded
Tomatoes, chopped
Lettuce, chopped
**the sauce was enough for the entire bag of frozen breaded chicken fingers. So if you aren't using the whole bag that night, just save the leftover sauce and have leftovers for lunch tomorrow or dinner the next day! 

If using frozen Chicken fingers, start by baking the amount you want to use for dinner (we used 1 per wrap, 2 if they were short chicken fingers), in your oven, according to package directions. In a medium saucepan heat the hot sauce, brown sugar and water over medium heat until sugar is dissolved and sauce is heated thoroughly. About 5-10 minutes. Place cooked chicken fingers in a large tupperware. Pour in the sauce. Seal shut with the lid and shake to coat all chicken fingers with the sauce. Place one or two sauce-coated chicken fingers, depending on their size and length, onto the tortilla. Add desired amount of cheese, lettuce and tomato. Wrap up and serve!  You can even dip them with ranch if you'd like, but they're so delicious by themselves.

**Remember to save the remaining sauce for leftovers!

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Cami I'm so happy you liked them! Definitley a favorite in our house : )

Aimee & Brennen Fuller

I'm pretty sure this recipe will make Brennen the happiest man alive.

Healthy Branscoms

That looks so yummy! :) I am following your blog! :) Erin

Siggy Spice

These are freakin' AWESOME!!! A new favorite in our house fo' sho'!

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Totally delicious and so easy! I thought they were going to be so spicy but they weren't. I am such a mild missy and really liked the small kick that was there. I made up the chicken then cut into bite sized pieces for a salad. Similar to Wingers Sticky Finger Salad with craisins, shredded cheese, cucumbers, tomatoes and had a drizzle of ranch. I also got crazy and did some chopped apples too on the salad. Super yummy recipe! Will make this again soon :)

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