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<div style="RIGHT: auto">I made this dinner with every intention of it being delicious and a relatively guilt-free version of the "highly acclaimed" snack wraps offered at McDonald`s - with a slight twist. A spicy chicken version. I had picked up these spicy chicken breast filets at the store about two weeks ago and had them in the freezer waiting for an opportunity to cook them. I decided my boyfriend and I would have these for dinner since the chicken only took 20 minutes to cook in the oven and we`d be all set. They looked good. I assembled th em (with lettuce, tomato, ranch dressing and on mine I included some reduced sugar ketchup). The first bite wasn`t bad because it was more tomato and lettuce than anything (I had cut the chicken up into chunks and distributed between the two tortillas). Second bite .. chew, chew, OH MY GOD FIRE! It was so hot my throat was on fire, my stomach hurt and I was just in pain.
My boyfriend took two bites and put his food down and "forgot about it" until I looked at him with watery eyes and said "Are you going to eat that?" and he said "Sorry, but I can`t" (LOL!). I don`t think he realized that I didn`t make the chicken I just cooked it in the oven so I wasn`t offended. Needless to say, even though they looked good, they were like fire balls and just not eatable. So both our meals went into the garbage (as did the remaining frozen chicken in the freezer). I ate a frozen dinner and my boyfriend ended up at McDonald`s LOL. Dinner fail!<var></var></div>
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