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A fabulously zingy Buffalo Chicken Wrap with Cilantro Lime Coleslaw – Great for Game Day


Delicious Buffalo Chicken Wrap with Cilantro Lime Cole Slaw, FlowerPatchFarmhouse.com

Not long ago I posted  Cole slaw recipe with a different twist that had some kale in it and was spiced up with some poblano pepper.  Now I am going to show you our favorite way to eat it!

Ta Da!  Deliciously spicy and a wee bit tart Buffalo Chicken wraps filled with Poblano Kale Coleslaw. 

This is quick and easy but oh so satisfying.   And would even be great for that Super Bowl party or any game day feast.

Yield: 4-6

Delicious Buffalo Chicken Wrap

Delicious Buffalo Chicken Wrap

Take plain ol' chicken breast and turn it into a taste treat of a main meal.

Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes


  • 2 pounds boneless skinless chicken breast cubed
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1/4 cup Buffalo Wing sauce (we prefer Louisiana Wing Sauce)
  • 4 Wrap size flour tortillas


  1. Saute cubed chicken in olive oil until no longer pink in center. Add salt and pepper. Turn off pan and pour sauce over chicken and cover pan. To avoid sneezing from the fumes of the hot sauce make sure pan is off and just let heat through with residual heat of pan while you heat tortillas in a dry fry pan or on a griddle. (we prefer ours heated this way but you can microwave them if you prefer).
  2. Divide chicken between the four tortillas and add a heaping helping of the Cole slaw on top of chicken. Add more sauce if you prefer and wrap up. These make very large wraps so you can reduce amount of chicken in them and stretch this to serve 6 if you like.
  3. Sometimes for a different touch we add some Gorgonzola crumbles to each.


coleslaw recipe in separate post on www.flowerpatchfarmhouse.com

We sometimes add some Gorgonzola crumbles to each. Buffalo Chicken Wrap1, FlowerPatchFarmhouse.com (1 of 1)

This is a great meal to fix up quick when you get home from a long day at work and you really don’t feel like cooking.  We actually love to cook but some days you are just beat.
  The end of December and the beginning of January was super busy at the resort.  Everyone wanted to come play in the snow.  So my cleaning business was swamped with vacation homes and condos to be cleaned.  Now that the snow is melting in our extremely warm January (yesterday it was 61 degrees here) and no more snow is predicted for the next couple of weeks things will slow down for me.  People will still come up to stay in their vacation homes but not nearly as many as when there is snow to play in.
The downside is less work and a serious drought facing California.  The upside is I can focus more on more painting lessons to add here and get more signs & paintings listed on the website.
That reminds me I have that Daisy tutorial coming up this week.  I finally finished editing the video and got it uploaded to YouTube.  I have more painting patterns to release and I need to do a bit of work on this website/blog. 

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  1. Welcome Sandy, so glad you stopped in to day Hello.

  2. My first time at your site. Will be back. Recipe looks like one I will try soon.

  3. We just had them last night after a long day of working on the mountain. So delish and easy when exhausted and too tired to cook though you have to. I did not have any of the coleslaw made so must used romaine lettuce instead, it was just as tasty but different.

  4. Yummy, I order this in restaurants sometimes now I need to make it myself at home 🙂 Thanks for the recipe!

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