Garlic naan bread is filled with smoky chicken satay and sliced onion then drizzled with a sweet and spicy creamy peanut sauce.
Whenever I visit Ann Arbor which is about a two hour drive, I always make time to hit up Trader Joe’s. We are slated to get our first store in West Michigan this spring but until then, I get my fix on the other side of the state.
For years I’ve been buying staples like frozen brown rice, organic popcorn kernels and their addictive dark chocolate but most recently I discovered the glory of frozen naan bread. More specifically, frozen garlic naan.
Whenever I prepare protein, I like to make a double batch so that I have extras on hand for salads, sandwiches or a quick stir-fry. So when lunch rolled around the day after I had made a big batch of Thai Chicken Satay, I knew a naan wrap was in my immediate future.
Whole milk plain yogurt was quickly folded into leftover Sriracha Hoisin Peanut Sauce to create a smooth and creamy condiment for this easy and delicious Thai Chicken Satay Naan Wrap. Cilantro sprigs and thinly sliced onion add flavor and texture, sending this whole lunch over the top.
No forks required.
Chicken Satay Naan Wraps with Creamy Peanut Sauce
- 4 pieces garlic naan bread (I love Trader Joe’s)
- 8 ounces leftover Thai Chicken Satay
- 4 tablespoons leftover Sriracha Hoisin Peanut Sauce
- ¼ cup whole milk plain yogurt
- ½ cup thinly sliced onion
- cilantro sprigs
- Heat the garlic naan according to package instructions.
- To assemble wraps, fill each piece of garlic naan with 2 ounces Thai Chicken Satay – either cold or re-heated.
- In a small bowl, whisk together Sriracha Hoisin Peanut Sauce and yogurt. Drizzle a couple tablespoons of the sauce over each wrap.
- Top chicken with onion slices and fresh cilantro. Roll up each piece of naan tightly then secure with toothpicks before slicing in half to serve.
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This wrap looks so tasty! I love all the powerful tastes in here!
Thank you so much!!
You are on a roll with these flavorful ethnic recipes. You make me so hungry! Love this.
haha I just can’t quit!!
I will have to look for this next time I’m at TJ’s…Glad one will be coming closer to you soon. I love to just pop in for simple essentials like wine, flowers, PB, and tahini. Can’t beat their prices!
Ooooh this sounds and looks so yummy and perfect. I love nann, I have to practice some major self control when it’s around.
Ummmm TJ’s has frozen garlic naan?! Be still my heart. Thank you for pointing out these necessities in life to me. And satay in a wrap? Such a great call. Wishing this was waiting for me for lunch today!
Oh, how I envy you getting a Trader Joe’s! Once upon a time I lived about 4 blocks from one (in Los Angeles area). Now, we have a choice of going to Albuquerque – about 275 miles – or San Antonio, about 530 miles. And we’re not likely to get one here, especially on my side of town, because the demographics here don’t fit for Trader Joe’s. :-(
So, when I make this I’ll have to substitute pita, unless I can make it to the Sprouts store on the other side of town (still a good drive) to get some naan. I am looking forward to making this.
I love that you made a wrap with the chicken satay, delicious idea!
Love the flavors of this and the fact you used Naan as the wrap!
WOW! These look so incredibly good! They just opened a Trader Joes by me so I am totally going to make a little trip and try out their naan! My husband loves sandwiches like this, so I’m pinning to make for dinner next week :)
I’m so jealous you got a new TJ’s near you!!!!