"This quick and easy recipe calls for topping fried tortillas with prepared chicken, refried beans, and salsa." — Herdez
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fresh yellow corn tortillas
Oil for frying tortillas
shredded rotisserie chicken
HERDEZ® Salsa Casera
Pickled red onion or fresh diced red onion
avocado, peeled, seeded and sliced
I have made these a few times. I have used shredded chicken and also recently tried shredded deer roast and it was equally good. I sliced avacado and squeezed lime juice over the avacado. I also usually top with cilantro. This recipe is an easy one to try out on company.
These were a neat little meal. I didn't understand the directions at all though. I made some homemade corn tortillas from this site and the recipe refried beans without the refry. So, I only had to get a rotisserie and chop a couple of vegetables. I would specifically get the "casera" salsa. it had a slight unique taste. I really liked it. I assumed the recipe was saying to fry the tortillas in some oil and then top with warmed beans and chicken, so that is what I did. I heated a little vegetable oil in a small pan, on medium, while chopping the vegetables. It was hot by then and I put the tortilla in it for about a minute. It didn't really get puffy, but it made it crunchier where it could be hand held.
Quick, easy to prepare, and yummy. Step 2 is already listed in step 1. I make these a lot.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 165
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