Another Mexi Chicken Marinade:
2T White Vinegar
2T Soy Sauce
1/8tsp Sea Salt
1T Montreal Steak Seasoning
2tsp Garlic Powder
1tsp Onion Powder
1can Refried Beans
3/4c Broth (Chicken or Beef) (Water can be used or 1/2-1/2)
1/2tsp Garlic Powder
1/4tsp Onion Powder
Optional: 1/2T canned Chipotle Peppers in Adobo Sauce, mince (Or, 1/4tsp Chipotle Powder), or to taste
1/2 can Southwestern Corn (Bell Pepper kind)
Good Splash of Soy Sauce
Sargento’s Artisan Blend Shredded Mexican Cheese (Queso+Mexi types)
Marinade and Cook Chicken (Charcoal Grill IS BEST!), shred. I also grilled the Vegis, in foil, separately with a lil Oil (1/2tsp), seasoned well with Oregano, and a good few splashes of Soy Sauce.
Bean mix: Simmer in sauce pan a few minutes, to blend nicely.
(For flexibility, place Corn Shells inbetween lightly damped paper towels. Microwave few second til more flexible). Fill with Chicken, Vegis, and a lil Cheese. Roll. I use toothpicks to hold in place. Top with Bean mix, then, Queso/Cheese. Bake, uncovered. I did about 425-450 for about 15-18minutes.
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White Corn Tortillas
Salsa, Sour Cream (For Serving)
Meat of Choice (Seasoned Mexi Style/Taco Pkt. Optional): Turkey/Chicken/Beef/Pork/etc., cooked, shredded (I used Leftover Pork Roast-Not seasoned)
Cream Cheese Avocado (Blend):
1 nicely ripened Avocado
1/2c Shredd. Mont. Jack Cheese, or more to taste
4 oz. Low Fat/No Fat Cream Cheese
1tsp Lime Juice (100% fridge kind)
1/2tsp Garlic Powder
1/2tsp Dried Parsley
1/8tsp Sea Salt
1/2tsp Dried Cilantro
1/4tsp Dried Oregano
A smidge shy of 1/4tsp Red Pepper Flakes
Cook Meat of Choice. Seasoning, with Mexi/Taco Season (Optional). Shred, if need be. I used leftover Pork Roast (Not seasoned).
In blender, blend Avocado Cream Cheese Ingredients.
Spread Corn Shell with Cream Cheese Mix. Top with Meat of choice, Mont. Jack Shredd. Cheese, Red Onions. Roll, place in TOOTH PICKS to secure. Bake 425 20-35 minutes.
Top with Sour Cream and Salsa.
*** OR ***
Roll up in Corn Shell. Fry in Coconut Oil. Serve with Sour Cream, Salsa.
Cooked Seasoned Chicken (I did Marinade Below!), shred
White Corn Shells (Not hard shells)
Shredded Monterey Jack Cheese
Mole Enchilada Sauce (Makes a lil extra than what I used):
1 Chicken Broth Cube, crushed
3T Mole (I used La Costena)
3/4c canned Queso Blanco SAUCE
I marinaded and Grilled Chicken (BEST with these! TRY IT! Recipe Below). Butter Flavor Cooking Spray Baking Dish. Add a little cooked/grilled Chicken, Onions, and Mont. Jack Cheese. Roll*. Place SEAM DOWN. Fit all snug.
Mole Sauce: In sauce pan, heat Water and Broth cube up. Add in Mole. Simmer til dissolved. Stir in Queso Sauce, simmer a few minutes.
I DID NOT USE ALL SAUCE! I did about half, or so. Top over Corn Rolls. Sprinkle top with LIL more Mont. Jack Cheese.
Bake in preheated oven at about 400-425 for about 25-30minutes, til bottoms are browning slightly.
*I had no problem, so skipped, but, rolling is easier (More flexible), if you place shells, separately, in damp paper towels and microwave few seconds, til more flexible.
Tay’s Mexi Chicken Marinade (Best on Charcoal Grill! Amazing Flavor Combo!):
About 1.5 – 2 lb. Chicken Breast, thawed
1 Taco Season Packet
1tsp Garlic Powder
1tsp McCormick’s Montreal Steak Seasoning
2 Dried Bay Leaves, halved
3T Lime Juice (Fridge 100% kind)
Marinade Chicken about 4-6 hours, in ziploc bag. Last hour I remove from fridge to bring closer to room temp before cooking. Best on Charcoal Grill. Cook. Shred Up!
Grilling Tip: We build a hill in center of grill. Light charcoal (We used Hickory Charcoal). Once coals are ashy grey, they are ready. Place on food, on outside of hill of charcoal. Prop Grill Open, using a Slightly crushed pop can. Chicken: Lay Chicken on outer part of grill (Outside hill). Once Chicken isn’t sticking to grate, so much, it’s ready to flip. Flip once, that’s it. Cook til Thermometer reads correct temp.