Tip when wrapping: When assembling the buffalo turkey wrap, be careful not to overstuff it. This can make all the difference later when you’re wrapping it up. If the wrap is overstuffed, it will be very hard to roll it up and keep the wrap together. How to store: Buffalo turkey wraps are best eaten the same day or up to a day after. Although they can last for up a few days in the refrigerator, they will start to get soggy. If you want to make these ahead, I recommend prepping the ingredients and storing them in the refrigerator, then assemble and wrap before serving.
- In a medium mixing bowl, combine olive oil, hot sauce, garlic powder, vinegar, and mayonnaise. Stir well until smooth. Add the cooked turkey strips and toss well to coat.
- In the centre of each tortilla wrap, add 1/2 cup of lettuce, 1/4 cup buffalo turkey strips, 1/4 cup cheddar cheese, and a drizzle of extra buffalo sauce, if desired. Make sure to leave about an inch of room on the edges.
- Fold the two sides of the tortilla inwards over the filling. Then pull the bottom end all the way over and under the ingredients, tucking as you roll the wrap, like a burrito. Make sure all corners are tightly sealed. Once wrapped, you can hold the wraps together using toothpicks or wrap them in aluminum foil if desired.