2 boneless skinless chicken breasts (diced) 1 tbsp olive oil 1 green pepper (diced) 1 red pepper (diced) 1 onion (purple are best!) (diced) 1 cup diced tomatoes 1/2 cup low fat mozzarella cheese 6 whole wheat tortillas Top with fat-free sour cream and extra cheese if desired
In saucepan, cook chicken with olive oil and desired seasonings (cayenne, thyme, oregano, garlic, etc). Once chicken has no pink, add in peppers and onion. Saute' for approx 5-6 min and then add in the tomatoes and cheese. Line a large casserole dish place with tin foil. P ut some of the chicken mixture into each tortilla and roll up. Place side by side in casserole dish. Bake at 350 for approx 20 minutes, with a layer of tinfoil covering the top (the last 5 should be uncovered though). Serve with sour cream.
Excellent. I did 1/2 of the recipe w. cheese and 1/2 w.o. I was prepared to add cheese later if it didn't turn out well without my deletion. But, honestly, I liked this recipe best without cheese. The tortillas were enough to add interest! The peppers/onions piled high made the chicken incredible.
I like them, but they leaked while baking and all stuck to the foil (I line my baking pans with foil) and were very hard to remove without tearing the tortilla apart - would use a non-stick spray next time. My husband didn't care for them though.
Made this today. I added cilantro to the vegetables and a little jalepeno to the chicken. It was great! I'll definitely make this again. I have to work to get fresh vegetables into the hubby - the peppers and onions snuck right by him!
This was a very easy recipe and very tastey!! I reccomend this to everyone! Plus my husband loved it! We both agreed it tast like chicken fajitas. Only variation I did was I aded a small amount of cooking sherry to the chicken before I added the peppers and onions.
This was very very easy to make and delicious! Didn't use onion, used mushroom instead (don't like onion), but still good. Also, I think you could make lots of variations (use turkey or beef, change the veggies, etc).
This was DELICIOUS. My mother and I both loved it. I accidentally forgot the onion, but added mushroom. Used a variety of spices. Used a tbsp of sour cream and salsa on top. It was awesome. :) lol
I threw in some Epicure Sovalaki seasons when browing the chicken, then I put the cheese right on the tortillas so I knew how much was in each one (less for me, more for the hubby). I threw the toms. on top as I'm not a fan of cooked tomatos. My husbands response "now these you can make any night!"
GREAT!!! I added lots more veges - zucchinni, yellow crookneck squash, and a layer of salsa on top just under the top cheese. I used ff plain yogurt because I hate the way ff sour cream tastes! :-)
Sounds good - have to leave out the peppers, onions and NO sour cream (Ucky!) My hubby would absolutely love this, though he would probably add some hot sauce to his serving. Been looking for something new for dinner. Thanks for sharing!