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Chicken Nacho Bake

Chicken Nacho Bake recipe
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Noshers will love this juicy chicken breast bake with all its cheesy, creamy nacho toppings.
10 min
40 min
4 servings
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This is so good & easy to make. I was wondering why you had to wait 20 mins after it baked in the oven to put cheese on it, but I followed the instructions. It even tasted really good when I reheated it for lunch 2 days later. I'll definitely add this to my lists for dinner options in the future!
Quick & easy! The whole family loves it. I make this often for an easy week-night dinner.
My husband and I love this recipe! We don't find it bland at all. We use our favorite salsa and it's always moist and delicious. I usually pair it with steamed asparagus or mashed potatoes.
It was delicious and super easy! I used fresh/homemade salsa and it was so tasty!
As is, this recipe is a little bland. I added taco seasoning, about twice the amount of cheese, and used doritos instead of plain tortilla chips. It was pretty good that way, though I think I'll add some chili powder next time.
My husband like it, my daughter didn't and shes a nacho fan. Wouldn't change anything tho. Try it for yourselves.
This recipe is easy, fast, and delish!
My family loved this recipe and after just a bite to two both my kids told me that this was a keeper! After reading the comments I decided to cook the chicken on top of the stove to provide more flavor for about 3 minutes on each side using just a little non-stick spray (you definitely need to use SMALL chicken breasts here making the three slits as suggested.) Then I cooked the chicken in the oven for 20 minutes with only the salsa on top. After that I added the sour cream which I mixed with about 1/2 pkg of dry taco mix as another suggested, and during the last 5 minutes I added the crushed chips turning up the heat about 5 degrees. All of the toppings stayed on top of the chicken perfectly and the chicken was not dried out. I served this with refried beans, spanish rice, lettuce, tomatoe and chips in case anyone wanted to make a small taco salad. It was great!
Love this! It is so easy and is so yummy. I throw together a yellow rice mix while it's cooking, and before I know it, dinner is ready!
This one was a HUGE hit with everyone including my picky eaters. Very yummy and so simple to make!
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