Chicken BLT with Sweet Smoky Aioli

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15 MIN


169 g


39 g


2381 kcal


5 g


340 mg


43 g



ground turkey ( or chicken )

455 g


1 tsp

ground black pepper

1/4 tsp, ground

all purpose flour ( or gluten free panko plus additional for breading )

1/4 cup

bacon ( cooked (3 per wrap) )

12 slices

lettuce ( 3 per wrap, torn into large pieces )

12 leaves

aioli ( Sweet and Smoky Aioli or Mayo )

4 tbsp

roma tomatoes ( or normal tomatoe )

2 tomato

Chicken BLT with Sweet Smoky Aioli

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Step 1

Combine the ground chicken or turkey with salt, pepper, and 1/4 cup flour or panko.

Step 2

Blend together with your hands or a fork.

Step 3

Divide mixture into 4 equal portions.

Step 4

Flour a clean dry work surface with flour or panko and press each piece of ground poultry out into a thin disk flipping it over and adding more flour/panko as needed so it doesn’t stick.

Step 5

Heat a sauté pan with a small amount of olive or coconut oil.

Step 6

Place the flattened out disk into the hot pan and cook about 2-3 minutes per side being careful not to burn the breading.

Step 7

Remove from the pan and let cool enough to touch.

Step 8

Mix together all aioli ingredients until well combined.

Step 9

When the wrap has cooled, spread with mayo or aioli, fill it with bacon, lettuce, and tomatoes.

Step 10

Serve with additional sweet and smoky aioli as a dipping sauce and enjoy!

Note: This recipe can easily be quartered or halved to serve less. Or make all of the wraps at once and refrigerate or freeze for future use. Wraps can be eaten right out of the fridge or warmed. Leftover aioli can be placed in an airtight container and refrigerated.

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Using thin pieces of ground cooked chicken in place of wraps or bread has revolutionized my thoughts on sandwiches and anything traditionally bready. When you press ground chicken or turkey thin and bread it like a schnitzel, the result is a thin piece of delicious protein that’s pliable yet sturdy enough to use as a wrap or taco shell to contain sandwich fillings. This method can be used in any sandwich application as a replacement for the bread increasing the protein punch and lowering the carb content.

A traditional BLT is revamped with a new “bread” for this recipe using a ground chicken-based wrap. This tasty and packable power lunch is great for days when you’re at the office or on the go. Try using a ground chicken wrap in any of your other favorite sandwiches!

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