It's really easy to make yummy veggie wraps. The hard part is deciding what to put in them! This is just one option of many... but as you can probably tell, I like having a lot of variety. I've italicized all the ingredients as I mention them, so they'll be easy to find.
For the tortillas, I used some spicy/spinach tortillas, which add a flavor of their own to the wrap.
Then, I sliced 1 large chicken breast, sprinkled it with salt and a good amount of Italian seasoning, and sauteed it in the tiniest bit of vegetable oil.
Setting that aside, I sauteed about a tablespoon of fresh chopped ginger, one small onion, and about three cups of chopped green cabbage. (Add them in that order into the vegetable oil, letting each one simmer for a few minutes before adding the next.)
Then the easy part: Fill the tortilla! I started with the cabbage mixture on the bottom, put a little mozzarella cheese on top, to melt. Then, two or three chicken strips. On top of that, I added some sliced green pepper, tomato, and bean sprouts. Then sprinkle your favorite salad dressing across the top before you roll it up--I highly recommend a good Asian style dressing with some sesame seeds.
Using one Chicken breast made 3-4 small wraps. Good enough for two people, or a couple lunches.