These chicken teriyaki wraps are the perfect quick and light weeknight dinner. Crispy and sharp, the delicious filling in these wraps is an instant favorite. Easy to make and only take 20 minutes from scratch.
With us now in the height of summer, I’ve been trying my best to stick to simple recipes that don’t hold me back from enjoying as much of the bright evenings that we’ve been enjoying here in London. I’m a pretty lazy cook at the best of times, but this time of year seems to see my effort levels in the kitchen plummet.
Enter these beautiful teriyaki chicken lettuce wraps.
They’re brilliantly simple to make, taking around 20 minutes in total. Perfect for impatient cooks like me who are far too hesitant at the prospect of spending more than 30 minutes on a meal!
The sticky teriyaki chicken works brilliantly with the crunchy lettuce and salty cashews.
This probably says a lot about me, but I use different types of lettuce interchangeably (I can practically hear you all groaning already). However in the case of these wraps, it’s important that you choose something that is sturdy enough to contain the chicken and sauce. Iceberg tends to be slightly too flimsy once you start to roll and fold these, so something like romaine lettuce should do the trick!
A quick note: This recipe isn’t strictly paleo or gluten free due to the inclusion of soy sauce, but this can easily be changed for coconut aminos (available at most health food stores) or with gluten-free soy sauce.
This recipe makes between 6 and 8 wraps, which should serve two people… unless you get as hungry as I do!