Lime Chicken Nachos

"I adapted this recipe from one in a book that came with our George Foreman Grill. It is really easy to make and tastes great, even left over. Cooking time includes marinating time."
 
Lime Chicken Nachos created by moonpoodle
Ready In:
1hr
Ingredients:
9
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Cut chicken into small strips.
  • Combine lime jice, pepper, chili powder and olive oil and use it to coat chicken. Marinate chicken for at least half an hour.
  • While chicken is marinating, cut up onion and cook corn. Toss these with an additional 1 tablespoon of lime juice.
  • Grill or pan-fry marinated chicken pieces. When finished, add them to the salsa mixture.
  • Serve over tortilla chips. Add cheese if desired.

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  1. Bittersweetened
    Very yummy dish that made a Sunday lunch enjoyable! I used grilled chicken pieces and marinated them for about 2 hours. I cooked the corn, and then threw the corn and the onions in with the chicken to cook, adding a little bit more chili powder and lime juice. Then I threw it over chips, melted cheese on top, and topped it with some sour cream. Very nice chicken flavor! Thanks for posting!
     
  2. qwerty3020
    I really enjoyed this! Very cool!
     
  3. cruby
    I just had these last night, and I loved them. The chicken was just right. I made a few alterations. I used white onion and cooked it with my chicken. I used canned corn and added black beans. I warmed the chips in the oven, and we added sour cream, cheese and jalapenos to the top. Wonderful!
     
  4. Margie99
    They were pretty good. I ended up adding some more spice to them but I may may have used too much chicken, as I used tenders and didn't really pay attention to how much chicken I had. I added the cumin to the final mix as the instructions did not say when to add it.
     
  5. Maryland Jim
    This is a nice dish for a late night snack. Which is just what we did! I used canned corn. Next time, and there will be a next time, I may use more chili powder or some red pepper flakes. I think sour cream would also add a nice touch.
     

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