My husbands youngest niece is in a baseball tournament this weekend in San Diego and that means that family could be visiting Casa de Santillan sometime during the trip. It’s always hard to prepare for these visits since I don’t know when or if I will be cooking, so I have developed a recipe to make chicken tacos using only a rotisserie chicken and a few other ingredients I have here on hand. This easy recipe is always a crowd pleaser and doesn’t take very long to make.
So rather than sharing a cake recipe today (like I have done on some Friday’s in the past), I thought I would share my super easy chicken taco filling recipe.
1 rotisserie chicken
2 cans chicken broth
1/2 can of water
1/4 cup (approximately) Las Palmas Chili Colorado Sauce
Place rotisserie chicken, water and chicken broth in large pan. Cover with a lid and boil for approximately 15 minutes. Remove chicken and add Chili Colorado sauce to broth. Using fork or tongs shred chicken removing skin and bones and add to broth mixture (caution chicken will be hot!). Simmer chicken mixture for another 10 minutes.
This works great for tacos or burritos.
***Blatant Family Plug***
Today’s picture is from a quilt made by my cousin Beth. I loved the colors and pattern so much I asked her permission to use it as my photo today. You can check out her quilts on her Etsy site.
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