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I am the recipe submitter...If you do not like super-spicy food, do NOT use the seeds from the chipotle, and cut the adobo sauce down to 1 tsp or less. You can aslo add tomato to boost the nutrutional value (or the taste). Enjoy:)
All I can say is YUM! This is not your average turkey wrap...it's definitely spicy but has a great smoky flavor from the turkey that perfectly compliments the creamy avocado and crisp veggies! I used Hellman's light mayo flour tortillas and added some tomato slices. Oh and to take this over the top I added some bacon - everything is better with bacon right? These were absolutely delicious. Just perfect with a side of kettle cooked chips a dill pickle and a tall glass of iced tea! Thanks for a great recipe messy_jessie!
These were good but not as spicy as I thought they were going to be. They keep pretty well in the refrigerator (I made a bunch wrapped in foil and served in mine and my husband's lunches for the week) except for the lettuce part. Next time I will omit the lettuce and maybe add more chipotle peppers for spice!
I used prepared chipotle mayonnaise because I had it. The wrap was yummy and made for an interesting change. This is one I will have to keep in the file for lunch with friends. Thanks for the great recipe!
Made these for a light summer dinner last night and the kids and I really liked them. Hubby said it was okay which was a surprise because he loves chipotle. My picky eater son asked that it be put into the rotation!