Caesar Chicken Pita Wrap With Cucumbers

With its crispy romaine lettuce, shredded parmesan cheese, crunchy garlic and cheese crouton crumbles, and creamy Caesar dressing, the Taylor Farms Caesar Salad Kit not only gives you a convenient way to enjoy a classic Caesar, it also provides a shortcut to making this delectable Caesar Chicken Pita Wrap with Cucumbers recipe. Light, nutritious, and loaded with flavor, this protein-packed pita recipe from our culinary companion, Madeline Hall, is perfect for a satisfying lunch or light dinner when the craving hits.


  • 1 Taylor Farms Caesar Salad Kit
  • 1/2 cup Greek yogurt
  • Juice of 1 lemon
  • 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon onion powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon dried basil
  • 1/4 cup olive oil
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 lb. chicken breasts
  • 4 pieces naan or pita bread
  • Cucumber slices, for serving
  • Cherry tomatoes, for serving


  1. In a large bowl, combine all of the marinade ingredients and stir to combine. Toss the chicken in the mixture, and cover with plastic wrap. Place in refrigerator to marinate for around 20-30 minutes.
  2. Preheat oven to 425° F. Remove chicken from marinade and place in an oven-safe baking dish.
  3. Bake in preheated oven for 20-25 minutes or until chicken is cooked through and juices run clear.
  4. Remove chicken from the oven and slice into strips.
  5. Layer a handful of salad on the pita and sprinkle some parmesan and croutons on top. Drizzle with Caesar dressing and layer a handful of chicken strips on top. Add cucumber and cherry tomato slices. Wrap up the pita, serve, and enjoy!

What Makes Greek Yogurt… Greek?

You may not have thought of using Greek yogurt in a marinade, but it’s incredibly versatile. Have you ever wondered what makes Greek yogurt so Greek? Spoiler: it’s not actually from Greece, per se’. And while most people just pretend they know the difference between Greek yogurt and all the others, now you can actually know the cold, creamy facts.

  • The straining process: Here’s the big one. The main distinction between Greek yogurt and other yogurts is the straining process. Greek yogurt is strained multiple times to remove most of the whey, resulting in a thicker consistency. Regular yogurt is strained less, retaining more liquid and offering a runnier texture.
  • Protein content: Due to its extensive straining, Greek yogurt tends to have more protein than regular yogurt. 
  • Fat content: Depending on the milk source, Greek yogurt can be higher in fat than regular yogurt. However, there are various fat content options available for both, ranging from full-fat to fat-free.
  • Taste and texture: Greek yogurt has a creamier and thicker consistency, with a tangier taste. In contrast, regular yogurt has a smoother texture and a slightly sweeter flavor.
  • Calories and carbohydrates: Greek yogurt usually contains fewer carbohydrates and fewer sugars. This might result in fewer calories, but it ultimately depends on the specific product and any added ingredients like fruits, nuts, or flavoring.
  • Culinary uses: Due to its thicker consistency, Greek yogurt can often replace sour cream or mayonnaise in recipes, while regular yogurt is commonly used in smoother dishes, dressings, or beverages.

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