My palette has a flavor profile that edges towards spicy. I love a little kicked up heat in my food. Buffalo wings are one of those sinful treats that I could eat everyday, except they aren’t that great for you. Properly made chicken wings, which I am sure I will post one of these days, are deep fried with the skin on, then immediately thrown into a sauce made of almost equal parts butter to hot sauce. On top of that, to cool it down a little, you dip them in a sour cream and blue cheese or feta concoction. Wipe face, repeat.
In order to bring in that same flavor but make it slightly healthier, I actually do something that I hardly ever practice, I buy prepackaged chicken fingers. However, instead of frying them, I follow the baking instructions. Really, you could probably use roasted, shredded chicken, because it is the sauce on this sandwich that takes it over the top. Getting a little unexpected heat from the mixture of ranch and hot sauce elevates this sandwich from the ordinary to the extraordinary.
Buffalo Chicken Wrap
2 chicken fingers cooked fully
1/2 cup Lettuce
1/8 cup Tomato, diced
1/8 cup Feta, crumbled
Hot Sauce (whatever brand you prefer)
Heat tortilla in the microwave for about 20 seconds. Smear ranch dressing and hot sauce across a tortilla. Add the rest of the ingredients to your liking. Wrap tortilla around food and enjoy.