Easy Turkey or Chicken Masala Wraps

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Easy Turkey or Chicken Masala Wraps are a delicious recipe to transform leftovers into a completely new meal!

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I don’t consider myself a food snob at all. My go-to meal when nothing sounds good is a humble egg (preferably fried, runny yolk) with roasted vegetables, or a big pile of salad greens topped with whatever leftovers I can find in the fridge.

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