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A spicy and delicious meal.
First, prep your veggies. Chop the cilantro, and thinly slice the green and purple cabbage. Chop the onion and set the veggies and cilantro aside.
Next, make the adobo sauce: In a small bowl add 5 teaspoons of the adobo sauce from the can of chipotle peppers, sour cream, lime juice, and salt. Mix and set aside.
Put the shrimp in a medium size bowl and add the chili powder, garlic powder, pepper, cumin, and salt. Mix together so that the shrimp is coated with the spices.
In a medium size skillet over medium high heat, add the olive oil. Then add the shrimp. Turn the shrimp as they cook until each side is lightly browned (about 6 minutes total). When done reserve the olive oil in the pan, and remove the shrimp onto a cutting board or plate.
Cut the shrimp in half and put them in a bowl. Then add the remaining olive oil from the pan in with the pieces of shrimp and mix together.
Warm the corn tortillas in the microwave for about 10 to 12 seconds.
Then top each tortilla with some shrimp, onion, cilantro, and the green and purple cabbage.
Drizzle the adobo sauce on top. Serve while the tortilla is still warm, with a quarter piece of lime.
Feel free to customize the toppings to your taste. I like my wrap with avocado, tomato and lettuce while my husband likes the chicken on a bun as a club sandwich. The real key to this recipe is the marinade.
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