I love Mexican food and could probably eat taco's every day. Not only is the food delicious, it is also affordable. There's one thing that I cannot go without when enjoying a Mexican Fiesta - Avocados. Here's a funny thing about me - Avocado's are my favorite fruit (did you know it was a fruit!?) but I didn't start eating them until 5 years ago. Now, I can put them on everything - I have even made chocolate covered Avocados!
Steak Taco's are my favorite, I am trying to eat more white meat. My biggest problem when making taco's is I tend to overstuff the shells, causing a huge mess. When Old El Paso came out with Taco Boats, my problems were solved. I can stuff as much or as little as I want into these soft shells and never have to worry about making a mess!
1lb of boneless skinless chicken tenders (Publix have them on sale this week)
1 package Old El Paso Taco Boats
Old El Paso Roasted Tomato Mexican Cooking Sauce
1 can Old El Paso Green Chili's (optional)
1 Avocado diced
Mexican Crumbling Cheese
Pickled Red Onion
1. Place your Chicken in a shallow pan with a lid. Cover with the cooking sauce and bring to a boil. Lower heat and allow to simmer for 15 minutes.
2. Shred Chicken in the pan by using 2 forks. Add 1 tablespoon of green chili's if using. Allow to simmer for 5 minutes or until the majority of the sauce has been absorbed.
3. Build your taco boats using a variety of garnishes. Top with diced Avocado's and enjoy!
Coupon. All of the items I purchased came out to under $10 to feed a family of four.
My friends at Old El Paso are giving one of my readers $10 (via PayPal) to host their own #SummerFiesta! Visit the Old El Paso Recipe page and comment below what you would make if you won.
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