My family wasn't a fan of this recipe. It was easy, but kind of bland and dry. I won't make it again.
Lindsayglacy Posted: 07/27/09
Becky54 Posted: 05/09/09
Good recipe. Made them for Cinco de Mayo and served with Speedy Black Beans and Rice.
eandkb Posted: 01/18/09
My husband and kids love this recipe! The only change I make is that I boil the chicken and shred it, then mix it with the picante sauce. I use cheddar cheese for my kids and pepper jack for the adults(too spicy for my kids). I use cooking spray to keep it a little healthier, but if you want it crispier, I have also coated the tops with melted butter to make them a little more crunchy. You can also freeze these for later!
7wilsons Posted: 03/15/10
I really liked this recipe. It reminded me of some dishes that I have had at our local Mexican restaurant. Instead of salsa, I added the same amount of sour cream to keep them moist. Our kids ate them plan or with salsa. My husband and I ate them with lettuce, refried beans, salsa, cheese, green peppers and red onion. I loved these and will prepare them again!
jandavy Posted: 05/07/09
I made these for a neighborhood gathering. They were good, but not really outstanding. They were a bit dry.
No Longer Registered Posted: 07/29/09
I probably won't make this dish again. I thought it lacked taste. It needed some sort of pepper or spice-maybe even some pepper Jack cheese mixed in. Picante salsa makes them too sweet, I think. It's worth a try.. Maybe I'm just picky.
shellyaguilar06 Posted: 07/26/12
Really good. I boiled then shredded the chicken, also added Chicken Stock to give it flavor which also kept it moist. Didn't add the Picante Sauce, instead I used sour cream, Philadelphia Lemon and Herb Cooking Cream. I served with mexican rice and a bed of lettuce, really good super easy and next time I will fry it instead of using the oven, just to see how it turns out.
1noazrk Posted: 08/16/13Los Angeles, CA
It was a little messy to put together, but the cheers from my family made it worthwhile!