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Thai Chicken/Pork Wrap

Thai wraps in a brown bag, with cilantro, cabbage and carrots in the background from Gourmet Done Skinny

These healthy Thai Chicken Wraps can also be made with grilled or cooked chicken as well as from leftovers from my Kalua Pig recipe. Super easy to make but be sure you make the homemade hoisin sauce to put inside of them. The sauce is the, “Wow,” factor in these wraps and makes them go from ordinary Thai chicken wraps to out of this world delicious!

This recipe has been updated. The original post was published September 14, 2017.


Pork, jalapeno peppers, cilantro, homemade hoisin sauce and cabbage in a Polish pottery bow from Gourmet Done Skinny

It’s so easy to make these wraps left over grilled/cooked chicken or Kalua Pig. Just mix all the ingredients together along with a few tablespoons of my homemade hoisin sauce.

Tortilla with hoisin sauce, thai pork mixture on a wooden board with wrapped wraps in the background from Gourmet Done Skinny

I use my homemade tortillas because they are low in points/calories and hold up well, but you can use store bought ones as well. Place a spoonful of homemade hoisin sauce on tortilla, add filling and roll! After rolling I like to roll them again in parchment paper (paid link) for easier eating.

Thai wrap on a wooden board with wraps in a bag, cilantro, cabbage and carrots from Gourmet Done Skinny

Great wraps to take on a trip!

These Thai Wraps are great and hold up well for traveling if you put them in a cold lunch pack (paid link). I often take them on the airplane with me. As long as your ice packs are totally solid when you go through security, bringing perishable food is no problem. It’s best to make your own tortillas (see my recipe) instead of the store bought ones if you are making them a day or two ahead.  Otherwise the tortillas break down and become soggy.

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Thai Chicken/Pork Wrap

Amy Lawrence
These Thai Wraps are delicious and make a great snack or meal. You can make them up a day or two ahead. I often take them on the airplane in a cold lunch pack.
Weight Watchers Points: 6 per wrap if using chicken breasts for all plans 7 per wrap if using chicken thighs, 8 per wrap if using Kalua pork. Nutritional info below based on using chicken breasts.
Prep Time 15 minutes
Course Appetizers/Main
Servings 10 wraps


  • 10 to rtillas see my note at the bottom of recipe my tortilla recipe
  • 12 oz left over grilled chicken turkey or pork (such as Kalua Pig)
  • 3 1/2 c. cabbage shredded
  • 1 c. carrots shredded
  • 5 green onions chopped
  • 5 T. cilantro finely chopped
  • 1/2 -1 jalapeno finely chopped (optional, use the amount you like)
  • 8 T. hoisin sauce divided 3 T. for filling and the rest to spread on each tortilla


  • In a medium bowl combine chicken, turkey or pork, cabbage, carrots, green onions, cilantro, jalapeno and 2 T. hoisin sauce. Mix well.
  • Place a tortilla on a cutting board, spread 1/2 T. hoisin sauce over the entire tortilla.
  • Place 1/2 c. filling near the bottom of tortilla and roll up tortilla.
  • Use a toothpick if necessary to fasten tortilla.
  • Cut into 2 pieces if desired. Do this for the remaining tortillas.


If you are making these wraps ahead of time, it's best to make your own tortillas (see my recipe) instead of the store bought ones. Wraps made with homemade tortillas will keep about 3 days. Otherwise the store bought tortillas (especially the low carb or whole wheat ones) break down and become soggy within a day.
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