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Old 08-08-2015, 07:58 AM   #1
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Default Mesquite grilled chicken nachos

Here's an entry we did for the Noobies vs Vets Throwdown. If you haven't participated in the Throwdown forum you should come give it a try!


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PrincessofQ and I started with boneless skinless chicken breast, seasoned, and cooked it over mesquite.



Heated the oil and fried the shells



Added the toppings. Beans, cheese, chicken, and grilled jalapeños.




Then back to the grill!



And the finished product!



Easy and AWESOME!

Enjoy!
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Old 08-08-2015, 08:17 AM   #2
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My mouth is watering. VERY nice!
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Here I am sitting waiting on my wife to go to lunch and I looked at those great looking nachos. Not fair but a nice cook.
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looks very good. Thanks
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Wow, those look fantastic.
I just ate and I want a dozen of those!
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I'd devour a plate full of those!!
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It looks fabulous! Very fresh -
EXCEPT - I don't like frying things -
couldn't you just heat the tortilla in
the microwave or over the gas stove? or the grill?
Any difference?
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Those look AMAZING! Great entry for the noobs!
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Awesome looking. Solid all the way around.
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Doesn't get better than that. Impeccable.
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It looks fabulous! Very fresh -
EXCEPT - I don't like frying things -
couldn't you just heat the tortilla in
the microwave or over the gas stove? or the grill?
Any difference?

The purpose of frying is to make the shell "crunchy" and add texture to the bite. I haven't tried it, but I'm pretty sure that cant be achieved in the microwave with good results. From time to time I will grill flower tortillas to brown them to a crunch, but I still have not tried that for this recipe.

Heck, give it a try and let us know!
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Wife looked at the pic and asked "so what are we having for dinner?"
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