Saturday, October 10, 2009

Chicken Nachos


A couple weeks ago I accompanied my daughters to a birthday party. It was really fun with lots of princesses and princess activities.
The birthday girl's mom had made some cute little sammies and snacks for the kids as a light lunch and had also prepared these chicken nachos for the adults to munch on.
They tasted really good and so I asked her for the recipe. Turns out that it is super easy.
I don't usually use sour cream, but I happened to have some in my fridge because I used it in a baked good, so I went ahead and used the rest of it in this recipe. I am sure that plain yogurt or greek yogurt would work just as well.
I added a can of black beans and also garnished it with green onions and cilantro.

I made these for a dinner get together and we had the leftovers for dinner another night wrapped in a tortilla with chopped tomatoes inside. It would also make a great filling for a quesadilla.


Chicken Nachos
adapted from Misty Francom
Season 4 chicken breasts witih lemon pepper and garlic salt.
Cook and Shred.
Add 2 cans of corn without juice (I used Mexi-corn because I had it in the pantry)
1 can black beans, drained and rinsed
1-2 cups of shredded cheese
1 large scoop of sour cream
1 jar of salsa
green onions and cilantro, for garnish

Simmer together for 10-15 minutes
Serve with chips

* Misty's note- I (Misty) don't cook it this way anymore, but it basically tastes the same as the way I make it. I cook the chicken and shred it the night before. Then in the morning I through everything in the Crockpot and let it cook until lunch and it is ready!

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9 comments:

Meghan said...

These look great! I love the crockpot instructions - it's always a good thing to be able to assemble early and have it ready hours later!

jen said...

i have a recipe from a friend that's very similar to this; it's one of our favorite things to have for dinner. so easy & delicious

Barbara said...

Sounds easy and delicious. I bet the kids loved it-nothing in there not to like.

Kerstin said...

What a delicious easy recipe, they sound super tasty!

Aggie said...

I really like this!! I may have to try this soon for one of our Game Days! :)
Have a great Saturday!

Anonymous said...

Okay, this may be a dumb question, but how do you cook your chicken?

Sophie said...

Who says nachos have to be unhealthy! This is such a cool idea. I'm gonna have to make this. Lately it's been all beef for me, but I'm gonna have to change that.

Carrian said...

This looks fabulous!

Tracey said...

Oooh, love this idea! It sounds easy and yummy!