Roast Chicken-Chipotle Nachos with Cilantro-Avocado Crema

  • Dazeygirl3 Posted: 12/11/10
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    Terrific recipe! My only suggestion is to use scoops rather than chips. They are a more manageable bite and stay very neat throughout the whole assembly process (Recipe yields 50 when using scoops). When making to bring to a party, definitely take the 10 minutes to assemble them at your destination.

  • Shellakers Posted: 12/22/12
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    This was SO good that I had to make it 2 days in a row! My family loved it and requested it again for this Christmas. I agree with the other comment, definitely use scoops instead of regular tortilla chips and don't make ahead and bring to a party. Make the filling and cream ahead of time but wait to assemble once you've arrived at the party. DELICIOUS!

  • Prunecake Posted: 04/23/13
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    This is such a fantastic recipe. I've made it as nacho's, as filling for soft tacos, for a salad...it is very versatile! Love, love it!

  • TheAspiringChef Posted: 12/08/13
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    Great recipe. And great suggestion in the other reviews to use scoops; makes it so much easier to assemble. I was generous with the cheese and these were delicious. Another simple recipe that looks really fancy and fun at parties :). Forgot to garnish with cilantro leaf, but still looked and tasted good. See my photo for reference

  • subie1 Posted: 02/23/14
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    These were good! I varied the recipe a little by combining the chicken mixture with most of the cheese and putting it in a shallow pan, and topped it with a little reserved cheese. I baked it at 350 degrees for about 10 minutes. It made it easier to transport.

  • Diizzii Posted: 11/14/13
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    This recipe makes even better tostada's. The sauce portion is way off in my mind, I usually use an entire can of tomato sauce (and adjust everything to compensate) to allow proper simmering. I add the crema to my pan fried (non stick skillet, plus cooking spray) tostada, top with chicken mixture and shredded lettuce and you have the worlds best tostada!

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