Havarti, a mild semisoft cheese from Denmark, makes this chicken-filled wrap super creamy. By assembling the wraps with layers of ingredients, you're guaranteed to get chicken, cheese, and spinach in every bite.
Minced shallot adds crunch and sharpness to the dressing.
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I felt the dijon was over powering. I was making test batches for party sandwiches. I doubled the thyme, and used one-fourth the dijon, and a little onion powder in the dressing. This improved the chicken salad. I used shallots. I used dill Havarti and plain, both were good.
Delicious! I've made these twice and enjoyed them. Lots of flavor, and easy to take and enjoy the next day.
Pretty good chicken salad wrap, Havarti adds a creaminess that provolone and cheddar do not have.
That said, the dressing for the chicken salad is very thyme-forward, I might add less thyme next time. Shallot thyme = you may need a breathmint afterward!
I would recommend pairing this wrap with a salad that has milder, fresh flavors (maybe a lemony vinaigrette?) I made the Minestrone Salad recipe to have as a side, and the balsamic was too strong and clashed with the thyme chicken.