This is a meal that my special needs son enjoys helping me with. He really likes to eat it as well. I try to let the kids help with certain meals and this one is ‘his’ meal. It helps them to feel a sense of accomplishment when they are able to do things independently. I do have to supervise with a lot of the oven part but other than that he really enjoys helping to put the bowls together.
You can add your favorite toppings to it and make it the way you like it. With individual bowls, each family member can customize their own bowl. Serve it with rice and beans.
Note: We do have a set of ovenproof bowls that we use to shape the tortilla bowls themselves but you can check out this link for ideas to make them without a bowl. Continue reading “Tortilla Bowl Taco Salad”
•3 cups cooked shredded chicken
•6 ounces ounces cream cheese, softened
•⅓ cups sour cream
•½ cups salsa
•1½ cups colby jack cheese
•1½ cups chopped baby spinach, stems removed
•12 6 inch corn tortillas
•vegetable or canola oil, for frying
1.Heat ½” oil in a sauce pan on medium heat.
2.In a large bowl mix together the chicken, cream cheese, sour cream, salsa, co-jack and spinach. Add salt and pepper to taste.
3.Once oil is hot enough (place hand over pan, above oil, to feel heat), add a few tablespoons of chicken/cream cheese micture to the center of a tortilla and spread out. Roll up and set seam side down in oil using tongs. Cook until golden brown on both sides.
4.Repeat until all the tortillas are filled, rolled and fried.
5.Set on paper towels to drain.
6.Serve warm and ENJOY!
Serve w/ Spanish Rice and a salad
(I found this recipe a while back but can’t remember where. I will definitely give credit where it is due when I find the original.) Continue reading “Crock Pot Shredded Chicken Tacos”