Recipe by PHILADELPHIA Cooking Creme
"Layers of tortillas, melty cheese and chicken combine with Santa Fe-inspired cooking creme, sending your taste buds on a quick trip down Route 66."
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shredded cooked chicken breasts
1 (15 ounce) can
black beans, rinsed
1 (14.5 ounce) can
no-salt-added diced tomatoes, drained
green onions, sliced
1 (10 ounce) tub
PHILADELPHIA Santa Fe Blend Cooking Creme, divided
3 (6 inch)
KRAFT Mexican Style Finely Shredded Four Cheese, divided
As in all New Mexican dishes, this needed green chili. Throw a can in to feel like you've really traveled to the southwest. Another substitution that's worth considering is using crushed tortilla chips instead of tortillas if you don't have any on hand.
This was just okay nothing special in my book.
This is a FANTASTIC recipe! I have made it many times and always get lots of compliments. I have found that the santa fe cooking creme is difficult to find in my area so I often will buy the plain cooking creme and add my own spices of cumin, chili powder, red pepper flake, garlic powder, etc. But it's an easy, delicious recipe!
This is a great recipe! The flavor was fantastic. I changed only one thing and that was to use a can of Rotel (Mexican Lime and Cilantro) in place of the diced tomatoes.
This was easy and delicious. I added green chiles and used corn tortillas instead of flour, but other than that followed the recipe exactly. Served with cilantro lime rice on the side. It's a keeper! Except it made me really wish I had a margarita! ;)
My husband and I loved this so much! I'm sure it would have been great as is but I used Rotel instead of diced tomatoes and couldn't find the Philly Sante Fe Cooking Creme so I made it myself by mixing sour cream, cream cheese and green chiles in a saucepan and having it melt into a sauce on the stovetop. I mixed that with the first four ingredients and didn't reserve any additional sauce for the top - didn't need it. I also seasoned the chicken with chicken taco seasoning. Finally, I used corn tortillas instead of flour. I usually don't like when someone reviews a recipe they've changed so much but really I believe it would have been great just as is. I just swapped the corn for flour tortillas and used some additional seasonings. I imagine we'll make this a few times a month!
I didn't use the onions, but did add corn for color. The recipe made too much filling; I only needed half. It wasn't very spicy, I'll use rotel tomatoes with green chilies next time. Overall, very tasty, very easy.
This was so easy and tasted great. My husband didn't believe I made it at first! Its a great quick weeknight meal and although I don't have kids, I think they would love it too! Will definetly make this again in the future.
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