What's Cooking With Trice: Chicken Flautas

Hey Dolls!

So are any of you as crazy about Pinterest as I am?  Being the food lover I am, I'm constantly on the hunt for new recipes to try and Pinterest is my go to for pinning new meal ideas.  A few nights ago I decided to give on of the recipes on my Pinterest board a try, Chicken Flautas!
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They turned out as delicious as they look! 



Ingredients:
* Boneless, Skineless Chicken Breasts (About 4)
* Baby Spinach 
 * Chicken Stock
* Burrito size tortillas (About 4-5)
* Mexican Blend Cheese
* Seasoning of Choice
* Jalepeno   

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1.) Season your chicken and poache in a skillet with chicken stock.
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2.) While your chicken cooks, cut up your spinach to make 2-3 cups (It really shrivels up to nothing when it cooks).  If you have a jalepeno, chop it up and add it along with the spinach to a skillet with a little chicken stock and cook it.  I used green pepper sauce because I didn't have a jalepeno.
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3.) After your chicken cooks, let it cool for a few minutes then shred it with 3 forks.  At this point you can add a little more seasoning to taste. 
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4.) After you shred your chicken, cut your tortillas in half, and prepare a large baking sheet for assembly.
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5.) On the long edge of the tortilla, spoon 2-3 spoonfuls of the chicken mixture, cheese, and spinach.  Roll it towards the curved edge.
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6.) You should have 8-10 flautas.  Brush the top of each flauta with olive oil spread and put the sheet  in a 450 degree pre-heated oven and bake for 10-12 minutes.
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Here is the end product and the best part about it is that they are low in calories!  They were yummy!
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Pinterest came through for me!  
I can't wait to try the next recipe.  If you are interested in following my pins, click here, and follow! I've come across a ton of great recipes!
Thanks so much for stopping by!
XOXO




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12 comments:

  1. you always have good eats....

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  2. Looks so delicious. I need to try these.

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  3. Oh this looks delicious, easy & healthy. I'll def be trying this Trice!

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  4. Look so yummy, minus the cheese of course. I need to try!

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  5. I LOVE MEXICAN FOOD, I just posted a recipe on my blog of one of my favorite dishes I made and now I have something new to try, YAY!!


    I am hosting a little Super Bowl gathering at my house and the food theme is Mexican, I think I might makes these Sunday!!



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    http://www.embracingtherealme.com/

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  6. OMG they look amazing! I've just started to get my feet wet with Pinterest...its so much out there in the Piniverse! lol

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  7. This looks so good! I need to hop on Pinterest.

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  8. everything looks so delicious


    http://theshortiesfashion.blogspot.co.uk/

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