Chicken Enchilada Soup and Wraps
Healthy chicken enchilada soup, repurpose the leftovers as a great tasting wrap!
- 1 Pound Chicken Breast
- 2 Cups Chicken Stock
- 10 Ounces Red Enchilada Sauce
- 14 Ounces of Black Beans
- Can of Corn
- 4 Ounce Diced Green Chiles
- 2 Cloves of Garlic
- 1 White Onion
- 1 Chicken Bouillon Cubes
- 1 Tsp. Salt
Drain and wash beans. Drain Corn. Mince or press two cloves of garlic. Peel and dice the onion. Toss everything into the slow cooker. Cook on low for 6-8 hours…. or on high for half as much time. This makes chicken enchilada soup.
Now repurpose the leftovers as a wrap.
This is made with leftovers from the Cilantro Lime Crock Pot Chicken Recipe from above. You only need to buy some high fiber tortillas.
- Leftover Cilantro Lime Crock Pot Chicken
- High Fiber Wraps or Tortillas
- 1 TBS Butter
Microwave leftover cilantro lime chicken. Place butter in frying pan and bring to medium heat. Place wrap/tortilla in pan at low heat and flip as it begins to get crispy and toasty. Spoon leftover cilantro lime chicken into wrap/tortilla and fold in half making a half-moon shape. Flip so each side is crunchy. Remove from heat. Optionally top sour cream, guacamole, hot sauce or whatever suits your fancy. See recipe for nutrition facts and be sure to add in calories from tortilla or wrap.
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