I made this with only one change-- the oregano ( I also used the chicken from Costco that was deboned from the rotisserie chickens. I just put the ingredients in a pan, brought it to a boil, then added the pre-cooked chicken. Then I turned off the heat and let it sweat for about 5-10 minutes while I prepared the tortillas in a cast iron skillet. I put the cheese on the tortilla to let it melt, and then added the chicken. To be honest, it didn't need all the fluff. it was perfect with just the meat and cheese. But my kids added the tomatoes, chopped romaine lettuce, cilantro (yes more cilantro.....fresh on top of the cooked cilantro with the chicken), and parmesan cheese ( we added about a tablespoon of fresh grated parmesan cheese sprinkled on top of a grated Mexican grated cheeses). no sour cream or salsa needed---it was that good!!! ) --I added fresh cilantro instead of the oregano when I cooked the chicken and fresh cilantro, in the end on top of the tacos ( about 2 tablespoons). Other than that, I made it according to the orginal directions. My family said "this was a taco comparable to the taco truck!! Best chicken taco you have made so far mom!" Thank you for the recipe. I will be making it again on Friday for my kids' friends (in 2 days). It was a big hit!!
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I made this with only one change-- the oregano ( I also used the chicken from Costco that was...