Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Chicken & Fresh Veggies Pita Wraps

Instead of having high carbo food like rice and noodles, I'm looking for other alternatives which contain low carbo, but high in protein and vitamins. Pita wrap may be a good choice? I am practicing to include more fresh veggies rather than cooked veggies in our healthy daily diet. In this way, the nutrients and vitamins will be retained and will be easier to be absorbed by our body.

Pita wraps are easy to make with your favorite choice of fillings. I learned that Turkey breast contains the lowest fat in the Biggest Loser television program. Unfortunately I don't have Turkey breast, so I just substituted my pita with chicken breast. I also bought some green coral from Tesco as one of the ingredient. Unlike lettuce, coral veggie tastes sweeter and crunchier without a hint of bitterness.

The pita wraps taste like burger without cheese. It's definitely a healthier version with all the fresh ingredients. :)

Chicken & Fresh Veggies Pita Wrap
Serves 2


3 herbs pita (2 for him, and one for me)
3 Omega-3 eggs
1 tomato, washed and thinly sliced
half Japanese cucumber, skinned and thinly sliced
some green corals, washed and drained
1 chicken breast, skinned and fat removed


dash of grounded black pepper
dash of sea salt
2 tbsp BBQ sauce
3 tbsp Thousand Island dressing


1. Half the chicken breast. Thinly slice each of it into 2. You'll get 4 pieces of thin chicken breast pieces. Lay all of them on chopper board, and use the back of a knife to lightly chop across the chicken breast. Repeat for the bottom surface. Season the chicken with a dash of salt and black pepper. Marinate with BBQ sauce and left it for at least 30 minutes.

2. Heat some extra virgin olive oil in a non stick pan and fry 3 eggs. Hold the egg into half.

3. In the same pan, heat some extra virgin olive oil. Pan fry the chicken breast until both sides turned golden brown.

4. Cut off 2 cm from the edge of each pita. Fill up each of them with pan fried chicken breast, an egg, some green corals, tomato and cucumber slices and top with Thousand Island dressing.


choi yen said...

wah, ur pita ingredients full to the brim ler!!!!

Unknown said...

wah indeed very healthy and delcious pita.

ck lam said...

Good change from the usual rice and noodles.

gill gill said...

if you wish it to be more healtheir or low fat for the sauce, extra virgin olive is a good options other then mayo. a little crack of salt and pepper, would brings out the origines of the food taste :)

New Kid on the Blog said...

wow... lots of ingredients wor, pal!!!

email2me said...

Stack it ! The higher the better ..... just like the way I like to hog down my sandwich ... XD

Little Inbox said...

Mimid3vils, haha, I aim for more Protein and Vitamins.

Food Paradise, yea, have to watch out the food intake.

CK, sometime get bored of rice and noodle, so have to think of alternatives.

gill gill, thanks for the info. I will try it out next time, shouldn't be any problem as now I fully use extra virgin olive oil.

New kid, yalor, tham chiak ma, haha...

email2me, it looks nicer and more colorful too. :D

SimpleGirl said...

hmm...healthy nice meal...

Steven Goh said...

wah... healthy leh. Yummy, can you make me one also

Little Inbox said...

Simple girl & Steven, not only healthy but it is easy to prepare too.

Dora said...

Looks really healthy and delicious! I wanna grab one of the wraps! ;p

Little Inbox said...

Dora, :P yummy yummy!


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