Spicy Ganja Chicken Wraps
By cannabisqueen Dinners & Casseroles
January 9, 2017
Spicy Ganja Chicken Wraps are a treat for all your senses!
1To begin with rinse the chicken breasts under cold water.
2No you want to cut up the chicken breasts into bite-size pieces using a sharp knife,and then place the chicken pieces in a plastic storage container.
3Next Juice the 2 limes over a large glass measuring cup, and add the 4 empty halves of lime to the storage container holding the chicken.
4In the large glass measuring cup containing the lime juice, add the soy sauce, apple cider vinegar, light brown sugar, sesame oil, sriracha, freshly minced ginger, and a dash of black pepper. Stir well with a fork to create the marinade.
5Then, pour roughly 1/3 of the marinade into a small bowl and set that bowl to the side for now (we are going to add a couple more ingredients to the residual marinade in order to create a yummy sauce after the chicken is almost fully cooked).
6Pour the rest of the marinade in a measuring cup over the chicken and lime halves,place the lid on the container, and then shake the storage container to ensure even coverage. Place the storage container into your refrigerator for at least 2 hours prior to cooking the chicken.
7When ready to cook, heat up a large skillet over medium to medium-high heat. Add in 2 tablespoons of cannabis-infused olive oil, just covering the bottom of the pan.
8Remove the marinated chicken from the refrigerator. Test the temperature of the oil using one piece of chicken – if it begins to sizzle immediately, the oil is ready to go.
9Once the oil is hot, add the marinaded chicken, discarding the halves of lime as you go. Spread out the chicken to create an even layer in the bottom of the pan, and cook the chicken for 4-5 minutes.
10Stir the chicken around and continue to cook for 5-6 minutes or until the chicken is fully cooked (white meat on the inside). At this point, most of the marinade will have cooked off, but the chicken will still be juicy and full of flavor.
11Now it’s time to add in the sauce we put to the side. Before adding in this residual marinade, add 1 tablespoon of honey, and 1 teaspoon of corn starch, and mix well with a fork to combine.
12Pour this sauce over the cooked chicken in the skillet and stir well to combine – the sauce will begin to thicken from the cornstarch and the chicken will smell amazing!
13Cook for 2-3 minutes or until everything is heated through, then remove the skillet from the heat.
14Spicy Peanut Sauce Preparation
15To begin, combine all of the spicy peanut sauce ingredients, excluding the water, in a small bowl. Then, add in a drizzle of water as needed and stir to combine until you reach a desirable consistency for the sauce.
16Taste the peanut sauce and add whatever is needed –if you need more spice, add another drop or two of sriracha, or if you need more sweetness, add a bit more honey.
17Chicken Wrap Preparation
18To begin, lay one of the whole wheat wraps down on a plate or another clean surface. Create a base layer with the greens, right up the middle of the burrito. My preference is baby spinach but you can use romaine lettuce, spring mix, kale — whatever you like.
19Next, scoop half of the chicken mixture (roughly one breast) and place it onto the bed of greens I have created (a vertical stripe up the middle).
20Then, cut up both the cucumber and carrots julienne style and place the strips of veggies on both the top and bottom half of the wrap.This way when you roll it up, and slice the wrap in half down the middle, you will have both carrots and cucumbers on either half.
21Now go ahead and drizzle the spicy peanut sauce all over the contents of the wrap and proceed to roll the wrap up. Slice the wrap in half, and serve immediately.