On The Border Southwest Chicken Tacos
On The Border Southwest Chicken Tacos Recipe with mesquite grilled chicken, cheddar cheese, crispy onions and creamy red chili sauce.
Southwest chicken taco’s with a creamy red chili sauce, fried onions, cheddar cheese and grilled chicken, have become this families favorite dish when we go to ‘On The Border’ restaurant. It is about time that we started making it for ourselves and save a bit of money. On The Border is our favorite Mexican restaurant. All of their taco dishes come with Mexican rice and choice of either black beans or refried beans. They also are served with their signature tortillas and salsa. The bean recipes and the Mexican rice recipes are on this blog. (I will provide the links below) The salsa recipe will be provided at a later time. Please check back often for it.The chicken can be done two ways. For a more ‘On The Border’ feel, the chicken is grilled and sliced. We used a shredded chicken with a taco seasoning for this particular instance. You can find the grilled chicken recipe here and the shredded chicken recipe here.
The best part of these tacos is the creamy red chili sauce. It is quite spicy when eaten by itself but when complimented with the rest of the taco it accent it nicely. Find the recipe here.
The crispy onions are really easy to make if you have a deep fryer or don’t mind stove top deep frying. You can always use French’s crispy onions but it isn’t quite the same. Find our recipe here.
Usually refried beans are quite bland traditionally, but when we make it we add flavor. Find our recipe here.
On The Borders black beans are pretty decent but when we make them, we kick them up a notch in the spicy category. Find our recipe here.
- 1 Lb Chicken Shredded
- 12 Each Flour Tortillas
- 1 Cup Creamy Red Chili Sauce
- 1 Cup Crispy Fried Onions
- 1 Cup Shredded Cheddar
- 2 Lime Wedges
- 1 Bunch Cilantro Chopped
- 2 Cups Mexican Rice
- 2 Cups Refried Beans
- 1.5 Lbs On The Border Tortilla Chips
- 47 Oz On The Border Salsa
Make sure everything is heated to 165°F when ready to build your plates.
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