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Guacamole chicken wrap recipe

This deliciously healthy wrap is the perfect way to brighten up your lunchtime.

Prep time: 15
Serves: 4

Ingredients

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What to do

  • 1. Mash avocado and stir in yogurt, spring onion and cumin.

  • 2. Spread each bread with avocado mixture and top with corn, tomato, cheese and chicken, roll up.

  • 3. Roll the wrap in greaseproof paper or plastic wrap and refrigerate until required.

  • Tips:

    • To prevent wraps from going soggy try removing the seeds from the tomato before chopping.
    • Adding yogurt to the avocado bulks it out and stops it from browning. If you happen to have taco seasoning on hand use a little in the guacamole instead of cumin, but use sparingly as taco seasoning is high in salt.

    Recipe provided by Dairy Australia. Visit legendairy.com.au for more dairy-rich family recipes.

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