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Saturday, September 4, 2021

Chicken Tortillas

Welcome to The Freshman Cook! Today I am joining a group of blogger friends to celebrate our Favorite Chicken Recipes, and I want to share mine with you also. 

Most people who love chicken, have a favorite chicken meal. It may be fried chicken, or maybe chicken and rice, or your favorite just might be my favorite, Chicken Tortillas! 

No matter what your favorite chicken dish is, chicken is delicious, easy to prepare, very versatile, perfect for a fancy meal or a weeknight dinner, and loved by almost everyone. 


Chicken Tortillas
(makes 2 full tortillas)
(printable recipe at end of page)


Ingredients:
1-1.5 pound fresh raw Chicken 
SW Chipotle Seasoning
2 Cobs of Corn
1 tbl. Jalapeno Pepper
Butter
2-3 tablespoon White Onion
Salt and Pepper
2 tablespoon Roma Tomato
1 slice White Onion
2 flour Tortillas
Sour Cream
Avocado



Heat your grill to 350 degrees, or medium high. Cut the chicken breast into pieces as shown.  Sprinkle them with Southwest Chipotle seasoning. I use it because it tastes great, and you can sprinkle as shown above. It has a little bite, but it is not overwhelming or too hot. It is also salt free!

Once the grill is ready, place the chicken, the pepper and the corn on the grill. Rub the corn with butter, and then lightly sprinkle the chipotle seasoning onto the corn. 

Keep turning the pepper over as it chars the outside of the pepper. Once the chicken is finished cooking, let it sit, off of the heat for 5 minutes. Slice the chicken before serving.

Cut the corn kernels from the cob. Set the kernels aside in a medium bowl.

Split the jalapeno down the center. Remove the seeds.

Remove the outer skin, and throw it away. Now you are left with the beautiful and tasty inside of the pepper.


Slice 3 slices of onion and chop them into small pieces. Chop the tomato the same way.

Mix all the ingredients together in a bowl. Add salt or pepper, if desired. Refrigerate until ready to eat.

 
Take another slice of white onion, cut into small pieces, and cook until a little brown.

Place tortillas on grill until warmed and slightly browned.

Add sour cream and avocado slices for a fantastic meal! Slice the chicken, roll up a tortilla and enjoy your Chicken Tortillas!


Thank you for stopping by today. Chicken Tortillas are one of my favorite meals, and I hope you enjoy this recipe!

Keep scrolling down the page to find more favorite chicken recipes from my blogging friends. Towards the end of the page is a printable recipe of the Chicken Tortillas! Thank you for stopping by!








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Yield: 2
Author: The Freshman Cook
Chicken Tortillas

Chicken Tortillas

These Chicken Tortillas are full of amazing flavor, and make a delicious meal for two, or increase the ingredients for as many people as you are serving.

Ingredients

Chicken Tortillas
  • 1.5 pound fresh raw Chicken
  • SW Chipotle Seasoning
  • 2 Cobs of Corn
  • 1 tbl. Jalapeno Pepper
  • Butter
  • 3 tablespoon White Onion
  • Salt and Pepper
  • 2 tablespoon Roma Tomato
  • 1 slice White Onion
  • 2 flour Tortillas
  • Sour Cream
  • Avocado

Instructions

  1. Heat your grill to 350 degrees, or medium high. Cut the chicken breast into pieces as shown. Sprinkle them with Southwest Chipotle seasoning. I use it because it tastes great, and you can sprinkle as shown above. It has a little bite, but it is not overwhelming or too hot. It is also salt free!
  2. Once the grill is ready, place the chicken, the pepper and the corn on the grill. Rub the corn with butter, and then lightly sprinkle the chipotle seasoning onto the corn.
  3. Keep turning the pepper over as it chars the outside of the pepper. Once the chicken is finished cooking, let it sit, off of the heat for 5 minutes. Slice the chicken before serving.
  4. Cut the corn kernels from the cob. Set the kernels aside in a medium bowl.
  5. Split the jalapeno down the center. Remove the seeds.
  6. Remove the outer skin, and throw it away. Now you are left with the beautiful and tasty inside of the pepper.
  7. Slice 3 slices of onion, and chop them into small pieces. Chop the tomato the same way.
  8. Mix all the ingredients together in a bowl. Add salt or pepper, if desired. Refrigerate until ready to eat.
  9. Take another slice of white onion, cut into small pieces, and cook until a little brown.
  10. Place tortillas on grill until warmed and slightly browned.
  11. Add sour cream and avocado slices for a fantastic meal! Slice the chicken, roll up a tortilla and enjoy your Chicken Tortillas!
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Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Our Side Dish-Summer Salsa!

Today I had a pantry malfunction. I went to put together my champagne vinaigrette for the salad today, and I was missing some important ingredients. And the best part-I had just gotten back from the grocery store!! So I did a little switch, and I made our side dish for this weeks menu~Summer Salsa. It is delicious, and the perfect side dish for our trio salad, which I will post tomorrow.
Summer Salsa
(adapted from California Avocado Commission)
1/4 cup Vidalia Onion
2 small California Avocados
1 medium Orange
3 Roma Tomatoes
1 tablespoon Olive Oil
2 tablespoon Rice Wine Vinegar
1 clove Garlic-chopped
Salt & Pepper to taste

We need to chop our onion first. So, slice the onion, and then...
turn the slices, and chop.
Chop the garlic.
Measure out the rice wine vinegar, the oil, and the
salt and pepper and mix together in a bowl. 
Add the garlic and the onion.
Let's chop the tomatoes. Slice off the 
top and bottom of the tomato.
Slice the tomato in half.
 Slice each half in half, and then in quarters.
Starting at one end, chop the tomatoes by slicing them.
Add the tomatoes to the bowl.
Peel the orange.
Chop the orange, and remove as much membrane as you can.
Add to the bowl.
Chop the avocado by slicing around the avocado
in a circle.
Now the avocado is split, lets take out the seed.
 You can put your knife in the seed, and pull it out.
Cut each half in half.
Remove the skin by peeling it off. It should come easily.
Cut the quarters into slices. Then chop the pieces
into small 1/4" to 1/2" pieces.
Add to the bowl. Cover the bowl with plastic,and
refrigerate for a couple hours before serving.
Serve the salsa up in a small bowl. Add some pita crackers.
Enjoy!

Thanks for joining me today!
I hope you like this cool, refreshing salsa.

Please join me tomorrow when we will be 
cooking up our entree~The trio salad!

See you then.
It's hot~Stay cool!



Monday, June 20, 2011

Ridin' Fence Nachos

We are starting the week with one of my all time favorite appetizers. I have made lots of fancy, smancy appetizers in restaurant kitchens, but none of them can stand up to this one. This is the good stuff!
 Ridin' Fence Nachos

Nachos(your favorite kind)
1 can refried beans or our Cowboy Beans, right here:
(http://thefreshmancook.blogspot.com/2011/05/cole-slaw-cowboy-beans-quite-pair.html)
Diced Onions
Diced Roma Tomatoes
Shredded Cheddar Cheese
Queso Fresco Cheese
Sour Cream
Avocado

Place the nacho chips on a microwavable plate.
You will be serving on this plate also.
Top your chips with the beans. I love the beans, so 
I put a generous helping on them. The amount is up to you.
Top the beans with your chopped onions and diced tomatoes.
Now top your tomatoes with shredded cheddar and 
Queso Fresco crumbles. Place in the microwave and cook for 
about 45-60 seconds, or until cheese is melted.
When the cheese is melted, top the nachos with a
scoop of sour cream. Cut your avocado and place
diced pieces around the plate wherever you want.
Isn't that pretty?!
Enjoy! It's sooo good!

Thanks for joining me today!
I hope you like today's recipe. 
Tomorrow we will be making
Green salad w/ Homemade Chunky Mango Citrus Dressing!

See you then!