Turned out great! I don't like chicken as it usually turns out dry, but this was perfect. I left out the hot sauce as my mom doesn't like too spicy and we thought that might give it too much of a kick, but even without the hot sauce this had so much flavor. It's definitely something I'll be making again and again. I also added rice with the mixture (cooked on the side) and it was a nice addition in the burrito. (raw rice, not the minute rice.) Thanks for sharing!
I used some leftover rotisserie chicken (legs & thighs) to make this so it didn't have to be cooked. The initial chicken and tomato sauce seemed a bit dry so I added some chicken broth and then the rest of the ingredients until everything warmed up and I was able to easily shred the chicken. The magical ingredient, IMO, was the addition of a few shakes of Frank's Red Hot Sauce which took it from pretty good to outstanding!<br/>What a great use for leftover chicken. This goes on my favorite list. Thank for posting this.
Excellent! I didn't have any cumin... and only now do I realize I forgot the garlic... but since I used spicy tomato sauce, I didn't notice a problem. Served with cheese and refried beans in a tortilla (which I overstuffed terribly, but the Salsa Chicken Burrito Filling isn't too runny, so it held up fine. Cooked them seam-side down at 350 for 20 minutes and they turned out perfect. Froze them and have been reheating for about 4-5 minutes in the microwave for lunch.
Will make these again!
Very good. Made for Mother's Day as Mom requested Mexican food. Will make again.
This is great !!!! I have made this with dirrerent types of meat ,you can't go wrong using this . You can make great mexican dishes. This has a wonderful flavor . Kids ate it up and they wanted more ....Thanks for sharing it with everyone!
I have made this several times now. It is wonderfully easy, flavorful, moist, and delicious. I used it as a filling for quesadillas - not a bite left over.
Doubled the recipe and froze a bunch of burritos for my boys for the summer. Loved the recipe. I put everything in a crockpot and cooked on high for 4 hours. Then shredded the chicken. Great flavor!
I don't know, I guess this recipe just really didn't do it for me. It was good enough, but the seasonings were just way too rich for me. I followed the recipe to a "T". I'm sorry, but don't think I'll be making this again :(
This was fabulous! I used 3 oz lean ground turkey, taco sauce instead of taco sauce, about 1/8 tsp cumin & omitted the chili powder (it was seasoned enough for me with everything else!). I layered the wrap with some fat free refried beans, lettuce, reduced fat cheese & a little fat free sour cream. It was wonderful! All the mexican flavors cooked into the meat blended great. Thank u for sharing!!
I made a double recipe of this for a taco/burrito bar potluck at workand everyone loved it! I received many compliments. It was so easy to make too! I made it in the morning before work the day of the potluck and I still didn't feel rushed. I didn't measure out the spices, so I think it ended up being spicier than the recipe intends, but it was still yummy and everyone ate it up!