The list of ingredients for the chicken marinade is long.
Really, really long.
But it's mainly pantry spices, and the chicken was amazingly delicious.
Like, I was tempted to forget the whole roll up thing and just eat the chicken by itself.
Delicious and totally worth giving your teaspoon a workout.
I would have had to make a special trip to Trader Joe's for the lavash, so instead I just used flour tortillas.
I didn't figure it would make that much of a difference.
Also, I served it up a bit differently than the original.
I made a big salad for the base and had the sauce on the side, instead of dumping everything up on top.
I never know from one day to the next which kid will decide they hate something, so it's easiest to let them dress their own plates.
Seriously, the salad would have been good with the chicken sliced up on top for dinner.
I strayed a bit again and used what I had.
Napa cabbage, spinach, tomatoes, cucumbers, bell peppers, and feta.
The sauce was friggin' delicious.
It's a creamy, garlicky, sun-dried tomato, feta mix, with sour cream as the base.
I omitted the black olives, 'cause I don't care for them at all, and the onions, because of The Dad's dislike, but I used everything else.
So, so good, I could have eaten it with a spoon.
You could thin it out with some milk and use it as a salad dressing, if you didn't wanna fry up the taquitos.
In fact, I think that might just be goin' on the next meal plan.
Here's everybody on my plate.
Did I mention, how good it was?
The recipe is here: