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Asian-Style Chicken Wraps

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We cooked the rotisserie chicken in step 1 to warm the meat and crisp the skin. If roasting your own chicken, continue cooking it until skin is very dark, 10 to 15 minutes more.

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  • Servings: 4

Source: Everyday Food, June 2005

Ingredients

  • 1 cooked chicken (about 2 1/2 pounds)
  • 8 store-bought crepes (4 1/2-ounce package)
  • 2/3 cup hoisin sauce
  • 6 scallions, slivered

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Place cooked chicken on a rimmed baking sheet; roast until skin is very dark and crispy, 20 to 25 minutes. Transfer to a cutting board. When cool enough to handle, cut breast meat (with skin) from bone, and slice thinly across the grain; pull bones from legs, and shred meat and skin.

  2. Stack crepes on a microwave-safe plate, and cover with a paper towel; microwave just until warm and pliable, 15 to 25 seconds.

  3. Trim roots and ends from scallions and discard. Wash well, and dry with paper towel. Cut crosswise into 3-inch pieces. Slice pieces lengthwise as thinly as possible.

  4. Pour hoisin sauce into a small serving dish; arrange sauce, crepes, chicken, and scallions on a platter. Let guests assemble wraps.

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  • DelandAsianMarket
    20 NOV, 2011
    My kids love the wrap, need i say more?
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  • teachermum
    4 NOV, 2011
    Yummy and easy! I make this a lot. My local market sells hot cooked rotisserie chickens for $5 so if I'm out and running late for dinner I pick up a chicken and serve it like this. I don't have crepes on hand so I use flour tortillas and also add slivered cucumber and cilantro with the scallions. The left over rotisserie chicken makes great chicken noodle soup the next day.
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  • curryintermix
    2 NOV, 2011
    Sounds good! Might have to try this out .
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  • Fifikins
    31 OCT, 2010
    I made homemade crepes and added bean sprouts and it was yummy! Also made great leftovers the next day. And my b/f liked the recipe too :)
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  • amberweishaar
    18 JAN, 2010
    This was too dry for our liking. I had even added cucumber matchsticks.
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  • HansGustav
    1 JUN, 2008
    Hoisin sauce can be purchased at your local grocery store in the international or asian foods section. Lee Kum Kee makes one variety. It is a concoction of bean paste, molasses, garlic, vinegar and a few other things. If you can't find it, search for a recipe on the Internet. You will certainly find one there.
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  • Claudiass
    30 MAY, 2008
    sounds really good except I do not know what hoisin is
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  • MELANNE
    29 MAY, 2008
    a bit of grated ginger would be tasty as well
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  • trixie68
    27 MAY, 2008
    Sounds yummy but I would add matchstick cut cucumbers.
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  • trixie68
    27 MAY, 2008
    Sounds yummy but I would add matchstick cut cucumbers.
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