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Cheesy Mexican Chicken

Cheesy Mexican Chicken recipe
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Add taco seasoning, corn chips and cheese to chicken and say adios to ho-hum. Melty, crunchy, south-of-the-border flavors top rice for this future family fave.
15 min
55 min
6 servings
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Loved this mixture. My kids liked the cheese with the chips. We used regular tortilla chips. No son didn't care for the rice, but he is a picky eater, so I say it's a win!
Very good, I used tortilla chips instead of corn and added extra cheese and chicken, cooked it an extra 5 minutes..the only issue is that it could be more juicy and creamy so maybe double the soup..will try it again and tweak it to my families liking
Very good & easy. I added black bean to the soup mix and only used half the taco seasoning.
I add a cup of sour cream to the soup and milk mixture. Then I serve with yellow rice and black beans. It is a hit every time I make it and am always asked when I'm going to make it again! We're having it tonight and everyone is very excited to eat! DELICIOUS!!
Tasty, but needed a bit more flavor. I added whole roasted green chilis on top of the chicken breasts and then a layer of salsa. I agree with other comments about adding the corn chips at the end to ensure they are still crunchy.
Awesome! My husband accused me of sneaking my grandmother in to cook for us lol! I added refried beans the second time, so good!
Not bad but could be better!
Great! I butterflied the 2 thick parts of each chicken beast half (slicing horizontally from middle almost to edge, then opening outward). I used black beans underneath and added the corn chips near the end of cooking. We did a condiment bar so people could add their own stuff: more chips, sour cream, salsa, jalapeños, and avocado. Oh, and I doubled the sauce!!
I didn't pound anything and since it is cheaper to buy regular boneless-skinless breasts and fillet them I just did that. They were about 1/2 in thick without pounding. This was easy and yummy. I actually used 4 medium breasts filleted, making 8 halves and there was still plenty of sauce. I wouldn't go the full 10 on the second bit if you have a warmer oven but the kids and I scarfed this down and not really unhealthy. A winner for us!
i didn't want to pound the chicken so i just bought a bag of frozen chicken breast halfed filets and the dish turned out good. The fritos make the whole dish I recommend using ALOT!!
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