I love Mexican food.
Tacos, burritos, and quesadillas are always making an appearance on our dinner table in one form or another. I just love how quickly all these meals come together and the way simple variations make a completely unique and delicious meal.
When I made these tacos, I used hard corn taco shells, black bean dip (remember when I told you how well it freezes?) and seasoned chicken (the best part is, you can use a Mexican blend or any old chicken seasoning and it tastes great!) Toss it all together with your favorite toppings, and you have a fantastic, customizable meal!
Adapted from Family Circle Magazine
4-6 taco shells
1 lb boneless skinless chicken breasts
Chicken seasoning (I used
Colby jack cheese, shredded
Season the chicken well. Cook on an outdoor or George Foreman Grill for 7-10 minutes or until cooked completely. Slice chicken into ¼ inch strips.
Spread bean dip on the inside of the taco shells. Evenly distribute the sliced chicken into the shells. Top with shredded lettuce, cheese, and salsa.
oh wow! that looks delicious, definitely craving some of those tacos right about now, love it =]ReplyDelete
I love your take on a chicken taco! It looks and sounds delicious!ReplyDelete
They look so good, might have to go for tacos for tea now!ReplyDelete
Love tacos! Yours look amazing!ReplyDelete
These look great, Amy! I love tacos.ReplyDelete
Hello Chicken Taco, where have you been all my life?ReplyDelete
Looks like a quick and delicious taco...I need to add these to my dinner rotation :)ReplyDelete