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suzannes chicken

Desciption

mexican inspired chopped chicken that can be used in burritos, tacos, or over nachos.suzanne created this recipe and i like it best over cheese nachos.

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Nutritions

  • Carbohydrates: 356.0
  • Fats: 30.0
  • Dietary Fiber: 9.0
  • Minerals: 19.0
  • Proteins: 68.0
  • Vitamins: 36.0
  • Water: 2.0

Steps

  1. Cook chicken in oven
  2. Then chopped or shredd
  3. In skillet
  4. Saute onion
  5. Jalapeno
  6. And garlic until tender in a couple of tbsp of oil
  7. Add seasonings and flour
  8. Stir until mixed
  9. Then add chicken broth
  10. Cook until bubbley and thick
  11. Add chicken
  12. Cook until heated through
  13. Add sour cream
  14. Salt and pepper
  15. Stir until heated through
  16. Serve over cheese nachos
  17. Or as burrito filling

Step 10

Total Time in Minute 70

Ingredients Count 10

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Ingredients

Chicken breasts

Onion

Jalapeno

Garlic cloves

Cumin

Oregano

Flour

Chicken broth

Sour cream

Salt and pepper

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