tacos with chicken marinade

I had a boneless chicken breast in the freezer and four corn tortillas on the counter. (We generally make our own tortillas these days, but Terry uses store-bought when she makes enchiladas.) I decided to do something different.

chicken tacoI chopped up the chicken and marinated it using a marinade that originally came from Mom on Timeout. The marinade contained soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, brown sugar. rosemary, spicy mustard, black pepper, and garlic powder. Not exactly Mexican.

Nonetheless, I baked the tortillas using my mold to make taco shells and cooked the chicken in a skillet. I took both to the table along with taco toppings: olives, chopped green chilies, onion, chopped tomatoes, shredded cheddar, and guacamole.

It turned out well. As I said, not exactly Mexican, but it was good. And the nice thing about the marinade is that it would be easy to adjust it to get the taste that you want.



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