This is such a great idea. The flavors were so delicious. It was a hit with the in-laws. Fresh and healthy. A new twist on salad that changes it up from the same old same old.
Cobb Salad Tacos
vickierigsby Posted: 05/03/13
sukeedog Posted: 05/04/13
These are fairly tasty - we put them in wraps instead of corn tortillas so we could take leftovers for lunch the next day. My "dressing" was way too thick to "drizzle," so I spread it on the wraps before adding everything else. I did expect a little more "oomph" given all the delicious ingredients (blue cheese? avocado? BACON? shouldn't this be the tastiest thing ever?!). I'm not sure I'd bother making these again (it's a bit labor-intensive what with picking out the rotisserie and hard-boiling the eggs), but I heartily recommend CL's Cobb salad pizza, which is similar and which my family LOVES.
mcm237 Posted: 04/21/13
Okay, I admittedly did not make this as a taco -- I made it a salad, omitting the tortillas and adding spinach. But, it was delicious nevertheless. The blue cheese dressing was really good, and the red wine vinegar, shallots, and garlic really gave nice flavor to (store bought) rotisserie chicken.
ece130 Posted: 05/22/13
I skipped the egg. I used a chicken breast, diced, in place of the rotisserie. I added the chicken with the garlic, cooked thru and then added the vinegar/mustard/oil. Super satisfying.
daneanp Posted: 07/18/13
I don't know - this was a little strange. Loved the chicken preparation. But the combo with the egg was just not hitting the sweet spot for my family. It was also a lot to prepare before assembly. Doubtful I'd make it again...except the shredded chicken part.
ChefAmandaLynn Posted: 08/13/13
A delicious unique twist on tacos, looks like very few other posters actually made as directed. I made my own chicken breasts, but other than that followed exactly http://www.dishoverdinner.com/2013/08/cobb-salad-tacos.html