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We thought these had a great flavor, and I especially loved the lime juice. However the corn tortillas were very frustrating and took away from the 5 stars it might have been. I think it would not only be easier, but I think maybe tastier in a flour tortilla. I also added a little monteray jack cheese in the toppings. It sure smelled great the 5 hours it was cooking!
This smelled wonderful and had a great flavor. And the meat does just fall apart. I halved this since its just me at my house. The first time I made it, I just wrapped the meat in tortillas (I used flour - that's all I had on hand) and didn't add any toppings. The second time I added tomato, salsa and lettuce, and I definitely recommend adding toppings. Tonight I had some of the meat over lettuce as a salad with tomatoes and salsa and it was wonderful like that!
So easy. The chicken was so tender that it just fell apart. Don't worry about the cilantro- it seems like a lot but it basically "disappears" into the dish after 5 hours, you can hardly see or taste it, the flavors just blend into the chicken which is super moist. Next time I'll use pre-sliced pepperoncinis so that I don't have to worry about picking the stems out. The peppers were pretty mushy anyways, we pushed them aside and ate the chicken, but they did give it a nice flavor! Lots of leftovers from this, can easily make enchiladas or quesadillas the next day.
This was such an easy recipe! It was versatile and delicious in flour, corn tortillas and over rice. I was a little nervous using all the cilantro and peppers for the kids' sakes (but what a pretty green color it added) and used about half. Thanks Ms bold, for another winner! Roxygirl
these were great! super easy.
This recipe came out a little too vinegary for me due to the juice of the peppers. Also, I had way to much liquid, probably due to using frozen chicken breasts. Not sure what I did wrong, but will not attempt again.
I loved this recipe because it was so tasty, but also because it was so darn easy to throw together. The only thing I changed was to use soft flour tortillas in place of the corn, and that was just a personal preference. I offered tomato, onion, cheese, and lettuce on the side. Then served these with some ice cold beers and a side of beans and it was a definate hit.
These are so delicious! I did add 8 ounces of cream cheese the last hour of cooking, Everyone agreed that they were awesome! Thank you!