Recipe by Daisy Brand
"Serve up spicy chicken tacos with veggies and sour cream in just 15 minutes."
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chicken breasts, cut into strips
frozen onion and bell pepper stir-fry mix
12 (6 inch)
soft flour tortillas
Daisy Brand Sour Cream
We loved this recipe! The Brown Sugar compliments the cumin and chili powder, but is not too sweet or spicy. 1 recipe is enough for 2 chicken breasts.
ok, taste alot like faitas I make often. I was looking for a different chicken taco recipe. This wasn't it.
Very good. Instead of dipping each piece of chicken into the spice mixture, I just sprinkled the entire spice mixture over the chicken and cooked it all up. The whole family loved it! It is a keeper for us!
Super amazing and super easy! We used fresh onions and peppers. I cooked the chicken first, then took the chicken out, added a bit more oil and cooked the peppers and onions. Then I added back in the chicken and heated through.
This is a really yummy and easy recipe. My kids really enjoyed it!
Very good, as others I used fresh onion, also fresh red bell pepper.
Some fresh cilantro and mix of cheddar and jack cheese on the side for those that can't live without cheese on a taco is a nice addition also.
This was delicious! I made it with fresh onions and yellow peppers and put a tiny bit of ranch dressing on it also and I used Splenda brown sugar. My husband loved it! This one is a keeper! Yum!
Excellent. I used fresh onions and bell peppers instead of frozen
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Soft-Shell Chicken Tacos
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 110
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