Hot n Spicy Chicken Soft Tacos

Hot n Spicy Chicken Soft Tacos

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"This is a really good recipe and i thought it deserved a photo, thanks for the recipe, CCheryl"


2 tb Red chile powder
3/4 c Water; (or wine)
1 clove garlic; Pressed
1 1/2 lb Skinless, boneless chicken
1/2 ts Ground cumin; (optional)
1 medium white onion; Whole
1 ts Salt; (salt to taste)
; (cut in strips)
1 ts Lemon and pepper; or 1 tsp
1 ts Curry powder
1 tb Vegetable oil
2 tb olive oil

Original recipe makes 4



Recommended Fillings & Wrapper: Flour Tortillas, Cheddar Cheese, Tomatoes Lettuce, Onion, Salsa. Preparation: In glass or stainless steel bowl combine all ingredients except olive oil and vegetable oil. Mix thoroughly to spread spices over chicken, water should be completely absorbed, refrigerate for 1 hour. After refrigeration add Olive oil, and stir until chicken is well coated with oil, spice aromas will be noticeably lighter. Heat Vegetable oil in non-stick pan, and add mixture, frying on medium heat. Cover until water has separated from chicken, and is boiling. Leave uncovered, on low heat, to simmer until almost all water has evaporated. Total cook time is less than ten minutes, do not overcook. Place prepared mixture in center of flour tortillas, add cheese and other fillings as desired (suggestions above). Fold in half, or roll like burrito. Top with beans or spanish rice. Serves 4-6. Jeffs Spanish Cuisine (c) 1992

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Have made it yet, but would love to but don't get how it wroten? Don't understand!!!
Zira 5y ago

This is a really good recipe and i thought it deserved a photo, thanks for the recipe, CCheryl
CCheryl 6y ago

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