T’s Chicken Tacos

(11 Item Recipe)
(Vegetarian & Carnivore versions)

Serves: 4 (3 Tacos per person)
Cooking Time:  20-25 Minutes

4 Boneless, Skinless Natural Chicken Breast (Hormone Free, Antibiotic Free, Vegetarian Fed)
1/2 Organic Yellow Onion (minced fine)
1 Organic Garlic bulb (minced fine)
4 Sprigs of Organic Cilantro
Shredded Organic Romaine Lettuce
1  Roma Tomato (chopped)
1/2 Cps. Parmesan Cheese to top tacos with
2 Tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Fresh Organic Salsa
12 Organic Yellow Corn Tortillas

**For Spicier Tacos:  Add Fresh Minced Jalapeno into mixture to make a spicier mild/hot taco**

Mince the onions, garlic, cilantro either by hand or with food processor.  Heat pan on medium low, Saute chicken breast in extra virgin olive oil, cooking both sides 3-4 minutes until golden – be sure not to overcook them.  Remove and chop chicken into small bite size chunks and put in bowl.  Let cool.  Add the fresh onion, cilantro, garlic and chicken combining and stirring until well mixed.  Tossing vigorously will coat the chicken with the fresh herb mixture.  Prepare your taco shells in the oven, pan fry for a crispy shell, or warm for soft tacos based on your preference of shell.   If pan frying add mixture into the shell and lightly pan fry each side.  Let cool. Top with lettuce, tomato and sprinkle with fresh parmesan cheese.

I prefer my tacos crunchy but enjoy them in the shell of your choice that you like best.

**Corn are lower in calories and fat then flour**

**For Vegan or Vegetarian version substitute the chicken for tofu, seitan or tempeh and replace the parmesan with a non dairy version parmesan**

Shopping List T’s Chicken Tacos:
Organic Boneless, Skinless Breast (4 Breasts or 8 tenderloins)
Organic yellow onion (1/2 medium size)
Organic Garlic (2 medium bulb)
Extra Virgin Olive Oil (2 Tablespoons)
Shredded Organic Romaine Lettuce
Organic Roma Tomato (1)
Fresh Organic Cilantro  (4 Sprigs)
Parmesan Cheese (1/4 Cup)
Organic Corn Tortillas (1 Dozen)
Fresh Organic Salsa
Organic Jalapeno (optional) **to kick up the heat for a spicier taco**

-Goes nicely with some fresh steamed organic corn-

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