Hummus chicken salad wraps

Hummus Chicken Salad Wraps
Recipe from Aggie’s Kitchen
Makes 2 Servings

4 tbsp sabra hummus (classic flavour)
2 tablespoons finely diced celery
1 tablespoon finely chopped green onion
1 tablespoon finely chopped red bell pepper
1/8 teaspoon salt + some for cooking
dash of pepper
10 oz. chicken, diced
1 tbsp lemon juice, divided
2 handfuls of romaine lettuce
2 Mission Balance Sundried Tomato Tortillas for wrapping

Set a pan over medium heat. Add chicken, a sprinkle of salt and a ½ tbsp of lemon juice. Cook until no longer pink, then shred with two forks. While the chicken cooks, use a small bowl to combine and stir hummus, celery, green onions, bell pepper, 1/8 tsp of salt and a sprinkling of pepper. Add chicken and the rest of the lemon juice. Divide into two servings (each serving 143 grams). Put each serving on a tortilla with a handful of lettuce. Wrap up and enjoy!

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