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Old 02-05-2009, 02:02 AM
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sorry no pics but a great dish none the less..

you can use leftover smoked chicken or grill some chicken breasts, both will work

chicken breasts
1 can of kernel corn - drained
1 can of black beans - drained and rinsed
salsa
green bell peppers
1 pkg fajita seasoning
couple of limes - cut in 1/4's
Tony C's
cheese
tortilla's
1/2 cup water
2 TBLS evoo
2 chili powder
cillantro

- add fajita seasoning, Tony C's to the water and EVOO, marinate the chicken in this mixture for at least 15 minutes
- grill or smoke chicken breasts and bell peppers
- combine corn & beans in skillet, add 1 TBLS chili powder, 2 TBLS salsa
- cook chicken
- heat mixture in skillet over medium heat
- heat tortilla's in a separate skillet or on the grill

assembly:
- slice or chop chicken
- spoon a couple of tablespoons of the bean mixture onto the warmed tortillas.
- add cheese and cilantro
- add more salsa and chicken
- this is a must step, make sure you squeeze some lime juice onto the wrap, i tried without it and the lime makes it taste much better

enjoy
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I would omit the Cilantro (can't help it doesn't agree with me), but the rest sounds pretty good.
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I would omit the Cilantro (can't help it doesn't agree with me), but the rest sounds pretty good.
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i dont agree with the cilantro either.... yuck
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sounds great .. i love cilantro ..
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sounds great .. i love cilantro ..
I like cilantro too.

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