I feel kind of bad, BLT’s on St. Patrick’s Day?
I know BLT’s are good any day, but I sort of feel like I should have posted something a little more Irish today.
Hey, at least I have a little green, a little orange and a little white going on. I mean, those are the Irish colors after all (lets just pretend we don’t see that little pop of red).
What are you guys doing today?
Is it a totally normal day or are you heading out to one of the parades? Growing up in Cleveland, the St. Patrick’s Day parade was the place to be. I always remember my brothers trying to get out of school so they could go. I do not really remember ever going (but I did when I was little), but I know it’s one of my oldest brother’s favorite days. Oddly he looks extremely Irish, so I guess it makes sense. Unfortunately, he is the one with the broken neck, so he’ll be layin low in Colorado this year. I’m sure all his friends back in Cleveland will have an extra green beer for him.
So anyway, I made us wraps!!
AND I do not think I ever want to do it again. Wraps = one of the hardest things to photograph and try to make look pretty. There were multiple times that I said I was done and was just gonna skip the whole recipe, but then I couldn’t, because the recipe is so good. And simple, which makes it even better.
Basically, I am instructing you to make BLT’s, add some buffalo chicken + avocados + potato chips.
Oh and get this, I had this grand idea of stuffing the wraps with potato chips. It was so gooood, but I realized once I actually looked through the gazillion of photos I took, that I never actually added them into the wraps. Seriously, why do I do this to myself.
I need to learn to STOP and THINK before I photograph. It would really be so helpful. I need to make this my new goal.
Just make sure you don’t skip the potato chips. So good.
It gives the whole wrap a little crunch. Gotta love all that texture. Or at least I do!
- In a medium bowl mix together the butter, hot sauce and seasoned salt. Set aside.
- Preheat the grill to medium-high heat or preheat your oven to 400 degrees F.
- Toss the chicken with olive oil, salt and pepper. Add 2 tablespoons of the buffalo sauce and toss again. Grill the chicken for 5 minutes per side or until cooked through. OR bake for 20 minutes or until cooked through. Remove from the grill or oven and shred with two forks or your hands. Toss with more buffalo sauce (leave some for serving).
- To assemble the wraps layer a little buffalo chicken in the middle of each wrap. Now add bacon, lettuce, tomato and avocado. Drizzle with extra buffalo sauce, sprinkle with blue cheese and cilantro. Add some potato chips. Roll up the tortilla and serve with ranch or blue cheese dressing +more buffalo sauce + potato chips. EAT!
Oh and buffalo sauce + bacon? Yeah, it’s awesome.