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Title: MEL'S CHICKEN CHIMICHANGAS Categories: Chicken, Main dish, Tex-mex Yield: 6 servings -Melanie Miguel MJNT73C 2 c Refried beans 1 c Creme freche; or sour cream 6 oz Monterrey Jack cheese 1 pk Shredded Colby cheese Crisco shortening; or oil 3 tb Olive Oil 3 cl Garlic;, crushed 1 lg Onion; diced 1/2 Red bell pepper 1 Tomato; ripe, large 3 Halves of chicken breast 1 Avocado; sliced -Salt & pepper Cook the chicken breast (three halves) in 5 cups water until tender. Remove chicken & reserve liquid. In a skillet, saute the garlic, onion, red pepper and onion in the olive oil 5 minutes. Shred the chicken and add to the pan. Salt & pepper to taste. Allow to saute about 1/2 hour until the chicken is no longer pale and it looks dry. There should be approximately 3 cups of chicken. Make the green sauce using the reserved broth.* Heat an electric skillet or cooker to 375. (or do it on your stovetop) In the center of each tortilla, place 1/2 cup chicken, 1/3 cup refried beans, 1 oz. strip of monterrey jack cheese. Fold the tortilla over envelope style. Using tongs to hold it in place, lower the chimi into the oil and leave it there a few minutes until it is a golden color. Remove from the oil, add 3/4-1 cup green sauce over the top, add a dollop of either creme freche or sour cream, sprinkle with some colby cheese, and add a slice of avocado. Serve with rice or rice and refried beans. *See Mel's Green Sauce II.

Mel's Chicken Chimichangas


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(posted January 28, 1997)


Title: MEL'S
CHICKEN CHIMICHANGAS
Categories:
Chicken, Main dish, Tex-mex
Yield: 6 servings

-Melanie Miguel MJNT73C
2 c Refried
beans
1 c Creme freche; or
sour cream
6 oz Monterrey
Jack cheese
1 pk Shredded
Colby
cheese
Crisco
shortening; or oil
3 tb
Olive Oil
3 cl
Garlic;, crushed
1 lg
Onion; diced
1/2
Red
bell pepper
1
Tomato; ripe, large
3 Halves of
chicken breast
1
Avocado; sliced
-
Salt & pepper

Cook the
chicken breast (three halves) in 5 cups water
until tender. Remove
chicken & reserve liquid. In a
skillet, saute the garlic, onion, red pepper and onion
in the
olive oil 5 minutes. Shred the chicken and add
to the
pan. Salt & pepper to taste. Allow to saute
about 1/2 hour until the
chicken is no longer pale and
it looks
dry. There should be approximately 3 cups of
chicken. Make the green sauce using the reserved
broth.* Heat an electric skillet or cooker to 375. (or
do it on your stovetop) In the center of each
tortilla, place 1/2 cup chicken, 1/3 cup refried
beans, 1 oz. strip of monterrey
jack cheese. Fold the
tortilla over envelope style. Using tongs to hold it
in place, lower the chimi into the oil and leave it
there a few minutes until it is a golden
color. Remove
from the oil, add 3/4-1 cup
green sauce over the top,
add a
dollop of either creme freche or
sour cream,
sprinkle with some
colby
cheese, and add a slice of
avocado. Serve with rice or rice and refried beans.
*See Mel's
Green Sauce II.



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