Chicken Bacon Ranch Wraps
How to Cook Crispy Bacon
In the Oven
This is my preferred method for cooking perfect bacon every time! Line a baking sheet with foil, then I lay my strips of bacon across the foil, leaving a little room between each strip. Place the baking sheet into the oven (the oven is not on at this point), then turn the oven heat to 375 F. Cook the bacon at 375 F for about 15 minutes until crispy (or done to your liking; feel free to start checking on the bacon at the 12 minutes mark and keep an eye on it until it’s cooked to your preference.) Transfer the cooked bacon to a plate lined with paper towels and let cool slightly.
In a Skillet
Lay the strips of bacon in a cold skillet (preferably cast iron or nonstick skillet.) Turn the heat underneath the skillet to medium and cook until the bacon is sizzling and browned on the underside, about 5-7 minutes. Flip and cook for another 4-5 minutes until it’s as crispy as you like. Transfer to a plate lined with paper towels and allow to cool slightly.
The air fryer method is so much easier to make than stovetop or baking in the oven because it’s quick, less messy and there’s no need to pre-heat the oven.
How Long to Cook Bacon in the Air Fryer
Do not preheat the air fryer for bacon.
How to Make Chicken Bacon Wraps
Lay two flour tortillas out on a flat surface.
Place one large leaf (or two smaller leaves) of green leaf lettuce (or romaine) in the center of each tortilla. Divide the shredded rotisserie chicken over the lettuce leaves, creating a row down the center of the lettuce.
Top both wraps with shredded cheese, then drizzle ranch dressing over the cheese on both wraps.
Finish with green onion on top of each wrap (red onion works, too!
How to Fold a Chicken Bacon Ranch Wrap
This is the most basic way to fold a wrap, so the fillings don’t fall out of the ends.
First, fold the sides of the wrap inward. Tuck your thumbs underneath the part of the tortilla that is closest to you.
Use your thumbs to lift the side of the tortilla nearest you up and over the fillings, matching the curve of the tortilla on the other side. Keep the sides of the tortilla tucked in as you roll it up.
Use the tortilla to push all of the fillings towards the center of the wrap, trapping them all inside. Roll the wrap up to close it, then keep it seam side down as you cut it in half.
There you go! 🙂
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