It’s sandwich week, and we are kicking it off with this Whole30 Lettuce Wrap! I’ve long wanted to master a beautiful and delicious lettuce wrap, and we’ve finally done it! This wrap is so simple to whip together, and although the wrapping takes some practice, I know you can do it. If I can do it, you can too!

What Goes Into Your Whole30 Lettuce Wrap

A lettuce wrap needs to start with a good lettuce for rolling. We used big pieces of iceberg that we overlapped so we could roll it up more easily. Try to keep the pieces big and avoid tears for the best results. Start by setting up your lettuce on parchment paper on a cutting board, then we are ready to load in ingredients.

tessemae's on the wrap

To keep this lettuce wrap simple but delicious, we used Tessemae’s dressings. They are truly some of my absolute favorites, and I always make sure to have some available in the fridge. For the lettuce wrap, we used Everything Bagel Ranch and Yellow Mustard.

lettuce wrap ingredients

After you fill the lettuce with the dressing and mustard, you can layer in your fillings. We used thinly sliced chicken breast, which you can either make or buy at the store. Then add in Marinated Onions, avocado, cherry tomatoes, and pepperoncini peppers. Once all your fillings are in there, you are all set to get wrapping!

How to Wrap Your Lettuce Wrap

To wrap the lettuce, carefully, and use both of your hands to begin to roll it up into a wrap. Use the parchment paper to help you roll, but continuously pull the paper out so it doesn’t get folded into the wrap. Fold the edges inward while rolling, until the sandwich is completely wrapped, like a burrito.

wrapping the sandwich in parchment

It takes some practice, so don’t be afraid to restart. I found that the best thing you can do is get it as tight as possible. It will make it the easiest to eat and enjoy in the end! Even if you don’t get it perfectly on the first try, you will still have a delicious result. It might just be a bit messier.

Once it’s wrapped up, use a serrated knife to cut through the parchment paper and the wrap. Peel away at the parchment paper as you eat so that you can keep all the goodness in the wrap!

Whole30 Lettuce Wrap in Teri's Hands

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Whole30 Lettuce Wrap in Teri's Hands

Whole30 Lettuce Wrap with Chicken

  • Author: Teri Turner
  • Prep Time: 0 minutes
  • Cook Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 1 wrap 1x
  • Category: Lunch
  • Cuisine: Sandwich
  • Diet: Gluten Free

Description

This Whole30 Lettuce Wrap with chicken is a perfect lunch on the go! It’s easy to whip together, and it is so satisfying without feeling too heavy.


Ingredients

Scale

Parchment paper or wax paper

1 head iceberg lettuce

2 tablespoons Tessemae’s Organic Everything Bagel Ranch

½ to 1 teaspoon Tessemae’s Yellow Mustard

4 to 5 ounces thinly sliced chicken breast, (click for Everyday Roasted Chicken Breast, or use store bought or rotisserie chicken)

Marinated Red Onions

½ avocado, thinly sliced

2 to 3 cherry tomatoes, sliced

Kosher salt

3 to 4 pepperoncini peppers, whole or sliced


Instructions

Place a long piece of parchment paper on a flat surface. Cut out the hard core of the iceberg. Carefully separate 4 to 6 large iceberg lettuce leaves and place them flat on the parchment paper, with the edges overlapping and the ends pointing toward the middle.

 

In the center of the lettuce, spread Tessemae’s Everything Bagel Ranch and mustard. Layer the chicken breast, marinated red onions, avocado, cherry tomatoes, pepperoncini peppers, and sprinkle a pinch of salt. Make sure everything is centered.

 

Carefully, and using both of your hands, begin to roll it up into a wrap. Use the parchment paper to help you roll, but continuously pull the paper out. Fold the edges inward while rolling, until the sandwich is completely wrapped, like a burrito. Using a serrated knife, slice the sandwich in half and enjoy!


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