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Notice that most of my recipes are EASY?  That’s because I like to eat things that are good, but that don’t take a lot of time to prepare.  Yesterday, I made chicken salad wraps for lunch, they are delicious.

You will need:

1 lb Boneless, Skinless Chicken breast
1-2 Medium size apples
1 cup of chopped grapes
3/4 cup of chopped celery
Mayonnaise (no certain amount, just whatever your preference is.)
Flour taco tortillas

Bake the chicken breast (I bake it on 350 for about 30 minutes or until it’s not pink anymore)  I sprinkle Red Robin Seasoning on my chicken before I bake it…….it adds a little bit of extra taste to the mixture.

While the chicken is baking, chop up your apples (you can leave the peel on) celery and grapes and mix them in a large bowl with about 1cup of mayonnaise.  When your chicken is done, let it sit a little while so it’s not too hot when you’re cutting it up.  Chop the chicken up and mix it all together.  Let it chill in the fridge and then serve on tortillas.

You can also make this as a pasta salad by adding cooked and drained penne regatta noodles and more mayonnaise.  When I make it this way, I usually add another apple and another 3/4 cup of chopped grapes, I also use some celery seed (as much as you like to add flavor.)

Either way, it’s very good.  It just depends on if you want wraps or a pasta salad.

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I LOVE anything that tastes good and is quick and easy.  Tonight, we’re eating tuna wraps (I love wraps.  Tonight we’re just using flour tortillias, but I also like the green spinach tortillias when we make wraps.)

Drain 1 can of your favorite kind of tuna.

Empty the can into a bowl.

Add 2 generous plops of mayo (about 1/2 cup or a little less depending on how much mayo you like.)

Sprinkle pepper around on the tuna, (about 1/8 of a teaspoon)

Add either finely chopped onions, OR onion powder (about 1/8 of a teaspoon)

Mix it all up and put it on your tortillas. (If you prefer, you can chill it in the fridge first and then put it on your tortillias.)

This one takes LESS than 5 minutes!

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