A taco is a great alternative to a sandwich, and perfect for what we call a “fridge emptier” dish. You can actually put anything you like into a taco, such as leftover veggies, roast, or grilled chicken. If you don’t have queso fresco, crumbled feta or cheddar works just fine. Use this recipe as a guideline to get started on your own personal style of taco making.
1. In a stockpot, cover the chicken, onion, and garlic with water by 1-inch. Add 1 teaspoon of salt and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 30-40 minutes. Once cool enough to handle, shred the chicken with fingers and season to taste.
2. Meanwhile, prep all the vegetables. Toss the romaine and the radishes with oil, vinegar, salt and pepper. Pour into a bowl. Smash the avocado with juice from 1 lime, some salt and pepper, and transfer to a serving bowl. Set the sliced red onions onto a small plate. Cut the remaining limes into wedges.
3. Warm the tortillas one at a time in an ungreased skillet or wrapped in foil in the oven. Cover with a paper towel and set on the table along with the shredded chicken, salad, cilantro, avocado, limes, queso fresco, and corn tortillas. Allow everyone to assemble their tacos as desired.
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This is a great way to jazz up a rotisserie chicken!
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