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Chicken Tacos with Charred Tomatoes

March/April 1996, EatingWell Serves Two

Your rating: None Average: 4.4 (130 votes)

Charring tomatoes in a hot, dry skillet makes them smoky and flavorful; in combination with fresh herbs and spices, they elevate this dish from “everyday” to “ta-da!” Serve the tacos with reduced-fat sour cream.



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"This is one of my families favorites. I've made it several times. It's always a hit. "
Chicken Tacos with Charred Tomatoes

10 Reviews for Chicken Tacos with Charred Tomatoes

09/19/2010

I made this for my boyfriend and his roommate tonight- to increase portion size I used three chicken breasts and estimated the vegetables. I also used cherry tomatoes (a regular sized plastic carton) and it was fantastic. Everything was delicious, and the boys raved about it. Definitely adding this to my list of staples!

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06/03/2010

This was awesome. Next time I'll try with shrimp. I did use a pound of chicken and it made only 6 tacos

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03/18/2010
Anonymous

This was delicious. A bit spicy for me, but I just picked out the jalapeno and it was perfect. It is amazing how much flavor these have. It only made 4 tacos for me, but that was a great portion for dinner for two. Most of these ingredients are already in your house, so go ahead and try it! You won't regret it.

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01/18/2010
Anonymous

This meal was amazing... I loved everything about it. I think some pinto beans and a little cheese on the side would have made it perfect. But like I said amazing

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01/09/2010
Anonymous

This is one of our family favorites. We use corn tortillas rather than flour tortillas just because we prefer them.

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Anonymous wrote 45 weeks 1 day ago

Magnificent! They were just

Magnificent! They were just perfect! Love the ingredients! I made homemade guacamole and homemade flour tortillas! In addition I served them with corn! Yummy!

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