Asian Mango Chicken Wraps Preparation Time: 30 minutes

Asian Mango Chicken Wraps
Preparation Time: 30 minutes
Sweet and juicy ripe mangos are the perfect balance for the savory ingredients in this Asian wrap.
Dinner’s ready in 30 minutes, or make ahead for a tasty portable lunch.
2 ripe mangos, peeled,
pitted, and diced
1½ cups chopped roasted
chicken breast
2 green onions, sliced
2 tbsp fresh basil, chopped
½ red bell pepper, chopped
1½ cups shredded Savoy or
Napa cabbage
2 medium carrots, grated
½ cup fat-free cream cheese
3 tbsp natural creamy peanut
butter, unsalted
2 tsp low-sodium soy sauce
4 whole wheat tortillas, 8”
Cut mangos, vegetables, and chicken. Place in a mixing
bowl and toss until well mixed. In a small mixing bowl,
whisk together cream cheese, peanut butter, and soy sauce.
To assemble: lay out tortillas on a flat surface. On each
tortilla, spread ¼ of cream cheese mixture and top with
mango, vegetable, and chicken mix. Roll up tightly, tucking
in ends of tortilla. Secure with toothpicks. To serve, cut
each wrap in half. If not serving immediately, refrigerate;
holds well overnight. Serves 4.
Tips on choosing mangos
· Squeeze the mango gently. A ripe mango will
give slightly.
· Ripe mangos will sometimes have a fruity aroma
at their stem ends.
· Don't focus on color. It is not the best indicator
of ripeness. The red color that appears on some
varieties is not an indicator of ripeness. Always
judge by feel.
Tips on ripening and storing mangos
· Keep unripe mangos at room temperature. Mangos
shouldn’t be refrigerated before they are ripe.
· Mangos will continue to ripen at room
temperature, becoming sweeter and softer over
several days.
· To speed up ripening, place mangos in a paper
bag at room temperature. Once ripe, mangos
should be moved to the refrigerator, which will
slow down the ripening process.
· Whole, ripe mangos may be stored for up to five
days in the refrigerator.
Recipe Nutrition
Information per Serving
Meal Nutrition
Information per Serving
Calories 440
Total Fat 12g
Saturated Fat 2.5g
% of Calories from Fat 25%
% Calories from Sat Fat 5%
Protein 29g
Carbohydrates 57g
Cholesterol 50mg
Dietary Fiber 9g
Sodium 570mg
(Serve with an 8 oz glass of non-fat milk.)
An excellent source of fiber, protein,
vitamin A, vitamin C, riboflavin, vitamin
B6, folate, and calcium, and a good
source of vitamin E, niacin, pantothenic
acid, potassium, iron, phosphorus,
magnesium, and copper.
· Mangos may be peeled, cubed, and placed in an
airtight container in the refrigerator for several
days or in the freezer for up to six months.
For cutting videos and great-tasting recipes
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Recipe cost $8.35 for four, $2.09 per serving.
Meal cost $9.22 for four, $2.31 per serving.
*Retail prices, Boulder, Colorado and online, Winter 2012.
MyPlate Food Group Amounts
Calories 530
Total Fat 12g
Saturated Fat 2.5g
% of Calories from Fat 21%
% Calories from Sat Fat 4%
Protein 37g
Carbohydrates 69g
Cholesterol 55mg
Dietary Fiber 9g
Sodium 680mg
An excellent source of fiber, protein,
vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin D,
niacin, riboflavin, vitamin B6, folate,
vitamin B12, potassium, calcium,
phosphorus, and iodine, and a good
source of vitamin E, thiamin, pantothenic acid, iron, magnesium, zinc, and
MyPlate Food Group Amounts
Fruits 1 cup
Protein 2½ oz
Fruits 1 cup
Protein 2½ oz
Vegetables ¾ cup
Dairy 0
Vegetables ¾ cup
Dairy 1 cup
Grains 1½ oz
Grains 1½ oz
Healthy Resources MyPlate Core Messages
Foods to Increase
Foods to Reduce
· Make half your plate fruits and vegetables.
· Make at least half your grains whole grains.
· Switch to fat-free or low-fat (1%) milk.
· Compare sodium in foods
like soup, bread, and frozen
meals—and choose the foods
with lower numbers.
· Drink water instead of sugary
Balancing Calories
· Enjoy your food, but eat less.
· Avoid oversized portions.
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