It may not be the best idea, but it sure is tasty. These chicken chorizo tacos are made with homemade ground chicken and Mexican spices, and the homemade tortilla is something that can really stand on its own. The secret is in the tortilla. This is my favorite part of the recipe that you can absolutely make your own, but I think it’s worth it if you want a little different taste.
If you don’t want to make your own tortilla, you can always make a fresh one and fry it up yourself. I just don’t think it’s worth the effort though.
But I digress… chicken chorizo is by no means bland. The secret is in the flavor combination of the ground chicken and the spices. Add some cheese and you have a truly delicious Mexican meal.
With the right spices and spices blended into the ground chicken, you can make it sound like you’re eating the best taco in town. The spices are also a must, as we found that when we made them, our guests were always left impressed.
Chicken chorizo is a pretty simple recipe, but it’s great for entertaining. The key is that it has to be cooked quickly. Otherwise it will burn and turn out dry. And that’s not the only problem with this recipe. The reason chicken chorizo burns is because the spices on the surface start reacting with the chicken itself and turn it into a mush. The solution is to use a dryer.
When it comes to eating chicken chorizo, you really only have two options: raw or baked. You can make both of these with the same batch in a dryer, but the raw version has a better flavor and a little more of it doesn’t need to be cooked. The other option is to make both the raw and baked versions and cook them both. If you’re not prepared for the cooking, you’ll end up with a chicken chorizo that’s mushy and dry.
Now we got to the part that is truly ridiculous. Chicken chorizo is a popular snack in many parts of the world. It can be a real comfort food, especially to those that are used to eating food that is more solid than mush. But the problem is that the chorizo in this recipe is all mushy! The result is that the chorizo has a dry flavor.
I know it sounds like a no-brainer, but to make this recipe work you will need to add a little bit of salt and pepper. I would also recommend adding a touch more hot sauce on top. And while you’re at it, make sure you get a nice big dollop of sour cream, as well.
The recipe as I wrote it was pretty simple. I used a good amount of salt and pepper and hot sauce. The chorizo was easy, and had a nice and slightly chewable texture. Overall, its a nice chicken recipe that requires no fussing.
No fussing, is the key to making this recipe work. The recipe is pretty easy to follow, and the ingredients are all you will need. The only thing that really requires your attention is the cooking time which is dependent on the amount of chorizo you use. I would recommend cooking it for 20 minutes.