I think that one of my favorite things to eat are quite simply, tacos. I love a street style taco and will almost always try a new taco truck or stand that I drive by. My favorite has to be lengua tacos. Most Americans don’t like this and my family fits into that group. So tonight as a part of my goal to eat cheap this week, I made chicken tacos out of the leftover rotisserie chicken from last night.
Start off by sautéing some onion. Man do I love some onion.
Chop up your leftover chicken or if you are using fresh just chop it up bite sized.
My secret ingredient to chicken tacos is adobo chipotle peppers. I have one left over from chili night so here it is, all chopped up ready for chicken taco glory.
Now take your package of taco seasoning, add a cup of water, and your adobo chipotle chili. Simmer for about 15 minutes.
I like beans and these were on sale for 50 cents. I will be able to keep the fleas out of the bed tonight!
Once your chicken is done, assemble your tacos. I like some cheddar cheese and sour cream with my chicken tacos. I also garnish with some green onion. If I had cilantro on hand, I would have used that. Enjoy!
1 lb of fresh chicken cut into bite sized pieces OR
Leftover rotisserie chicken
1 package of taco seasoning
1 adobo chipotle chili
1 medium onion chopped
tortillas or taco shells to serve in
Sour Cream, cheddar cheese, and green onion for garnish