Inspired Ranch Snack Wrap

Inspired Ranch Snack Wrap

Inspired Ranch Snack Wrap

Make this fondly-remembered treat at home

The concept is simple: Take a crispy fried chicken tender, wrap it in a flour tortilla, and smother it in creamy dressing. Well, there are one or two things we’re leaving out, but you get the gist.

Ingredients
1 frozen breaded chicken tender
1 fajita-size tortilla, warmed
Handful of Mexican blend cheese
Handful of shredded lettuce
Ranch dressing, to taste

Directions
Bake the chicken tender according to the package directions. Place in the warmed tortilla. Top with cheese, lettuce, and ranch dressing and roll into a wrap.

Lettuce or lettuce is a true symbol of every spring. Salads are starting to be more and more often present on our home tables during every meal.
Lettuce is a good source of chlorophyll and vitamin K. It is also rich in mineral salts, lutein and beta-carotene. It is also rich in vitamin C, calcium, fiber, folic acid and iron. Lettuce contains in its composition other essential substances for the body, including vitamin A, B6, lycopene and potassium.
Lettuce protects and preserves the nerves, but at the same time strengthens and maintains immunity, so its use during the cold and flu season can be said to be necessary. But it is very important that lettuce is a natural diuretic, it eliminates excess fluid in the body, protects the heart and blood vessels and improves kidney function.

Butter salad, has loose heads; has a buttery texture. These are the most popular in Macedonia and Europe.
Chinese salads usually have long, saber-toothed, head-shaped leaves, with a bitter and robust taste unlike Western types, suitable for fried and stewed dishes.
Kochani salad has firm, dense heads like cabbage. These are the weakest in taste and are used more because of the crunchy texture than because of the taste.
Immortal salad, with tender, soft and weak-tasting leaves. These include serrated and reddish lettuce.
Roman salad, also called Kos, is a main type with elongated leaves.
Bataviska salad, moderately thick heads with a crunchy texture; this is the middle type between cob and lettuce lettuce.