I made this recipe soooooooo long ago it’s not even funny. I haven’t had a chance to post it, since it involves actually sitting down with the cookbook (and who has time for that?). Ha. In any case, the original recipe is for “Greek-Style Pork Pocket Sandwiches” from In The Kitchen The Costco Way, which I picked up at a garage sale last summer. It is a pretty great little book. It contains easy and simple recipes that are great to throw together for weeknight meals (or anytime meals, for that matter).
I substituted chicken, as I didn’t have any pork on-hand, and it worked really well. For a recipe like this, you could really go either way! I also used my new favourite black bean and wheat blend tortillas, instead of pita pockets, as that is also what I had on-hand. I have no complaints with this recipe. Again, it was simple and tasty. Who can argue with that??
In case you are wondering, I have no recollection for the potatoes I paired with it. I kind of just do my own thing with potatoes now and don’t really follow a recipe.
PorkChicken Pocket Sandwiches
-1 large chicken breast (or 2 small ones), cut into small pieces
-1/2cu Caesar dressing
-2 or more pita loaves or tortillas
-1/4cu cucumber dressing
-1 small red onion, thinly sliced
-Preheat oven to 400.
-Combine chicken pieces with Caesar dressing. Spread out in a baking dish and roast for about 10-15 minutes, or until cooked through.
-Fill each pocket or tortilla with the chicken, then top with cucumber dressing and red onion.