medium red, green, yellow and orange pepper teaspoon of minced garlic tablespoon of italian dressing 1/2 lb of mushrooms teaspoon of olive oil 3 medium chicken breast mexican rice(homemade or store bought) spinach wraps
Slice each pepper into very thin 1 inch slices. Dice mushrooms. Add peppers and mushrooms into a medium bowl. Add garlic and italian dressing into bowl. Shake in bowl altogether and set in the frig.
Thawl chicken add pepper and a dash steak sauce cut into thin strips set in frig
start on rice(time depends on how you make it) Put pepper mix in frying pan on medium heat stirring occ.(no need for olive oil since there is italian dressing) preheat skillet on medium heat with olive oil and start the chicken(cook until white)
After all is finished you can mix it all together or just layer on the spinach wrap. For a chrisp wrap flip wrap in a skillet on each side for 15 seconds on highView Thread
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