Thai Red Curry Wraps and Chicken Tikka Quesadilla (2 BTS Recipes)
This post is written by me on behalf of Tyson Foods, Inc. All opinions are entirely my own. This shop has been compensated by Acorn Influence, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. Thai Red Curry Wraps and Chicken Tikka Quesadilla: Two of my favorite back to school recipes using TortillaLandⓇ flour tortillas. Both the recipes are absolutely delicious, filled with flavor and ready in 20 minutes (each).
Summer holidays are in full swing and there’s a lot of parties, camping, and travel going on. Parents are relaxed from the hectic schedule and kids are definitely having a great time. But in no-time, it’s again going to be ‘Back-to-School’ week for many and that means getting back to an everyday schedule, planning the day, especially meal planning. That’s when these two recipes ‘Thai Red Curry Wraps and Chicken Tikka Quesadilla’ come in so handy. Now, I’m a huge fan of ‘TortillaLand Tortilla’s (uncooked) and we usually get the 50 count bag from Costco (refrigerated section). It’s one of the most used ingredients in my kitchen and I definitely need a big bag. The good part about this packing is that it comes in 2 sub packs (25 counts each), so you can use one pack (keep in fridge) and freeze the other pack for later. Just thaw the frozen tortilla overnight in the fridge and you’re good to go. If you’ve never tried this TortillaLand tortilla, then you’re in for a pleasant surprise as they cook in literally 60 seconds (Yes!!!!) and they are absolutely easy to make. Just heat a pan, place one tortilla and turn it to the other side within 30 seconds or until it puffs up. Check both sides to make sure the tortilla is fully cooked and that’s it. No making the dough, rolling and going through the whole process of making them at home. Now, let’s talk a little about of delicious ‘Thai Red Curry Wraps’ which is this Thai flavor inspired wraps filled with veggies and chicken. They are easy to prepare on your most busy days too as you can literally make 8-10 wraps in 20 minutes – thanks to these uncooked flour tortilla. The only thing you need to prep is the chicken and veggie mix, once that’s done then all you have to do is lightly cook the uncooked tortilla, fill them with the Thai mix and wrap them tightly. That’s it, they are ready to serve with your favorite sauce or dip and if you like them slightly crunchy, then all you have to do is heat them in a pan for one minute (rotating the wraps) and they crunch up real fast. Here’s a quick pictorial of how we made them:
In fact, this recipe is also a great way of hiding those vegetables and trust me the kids love it as they’re definitely tasting all the flavors without knowing they’re eating veggies too ☺ So, go ahead and try this super easy and delicious recipe for your ‘back to school’ routine.
Now, since it’s back-to-school and we need all the extra help we can, here’s another quick recipe of a ‘Chicken Tikka Quesadilla’. Yes, our favorite Indian curry combined with cheese and tortillas results in this absolutely yummy quesadilla that no-one can say no to. And the best part, this is so easy-peasy that you’d literally want to make it many times in a week ☺ As I just mentioned above, this recipe is also extremely easy to make on a busy night and all you need to do is make a batch of chicken tikka (5 ingredients, seriously) and then just add a small amount of chicken on each uncooked tortilla and heat them for 2 minutes. This recipe makes 8-10 quesadilla. So go ahead and try this ‘Chicken Tikka Quesadilla’ recipe as who doesn’t love a cheesy homemade fresh quesadilla.
Now, both ‘Thai Red Curry Wraps and Chicken Tikka Quesadilla’ recipes were made in literally half the time it usually takes to make the ones where you’d have used homemade tortillas (as that definitely means more time and effort). So this bag of 50 flour tortillas definitely gets used very fast. If you’ve not yet tried uncooked TortillaLand tortillas, then I highly recommend you try them soon at your local Costco. TortillaLand flour tortillas are available at Costco in the refrigerated section along with an organic pack of 36 tortillas too.
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