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11 Comments:

Do you know how many WW SmartPoints this recipe is? It looks great...will have to search for those Tortillas.

on March 3, 2017

Hi Snack Girl, This looks amazing but where are the Complete Nutritional Values? Love Your Site!! Thanks, T

on March 3, 2017

The recipe looks awesome & healthy but "Tyson" leaves a very bad taste in my mouth from animal abuse, filthy handling and pure greed. I look to chicken sold by companies with higher standards like Plainville, Springer and Applegate. Also this recipe would be amazing with many of your wonderful suggested additions and no meat at all. I keep a package of Bridge Firm Tofu in the freezer that would be a great substitute for protein as well. Has anyone tried smoked wild herring in a taco? Its phenomenal.
http://www.barharborfoods.com/wild-caught-fish.php
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2016/08/11/5-times-activists-have-infiltrated-tysons-chicken-facilities/88563856/

on March 3, 2017

Hi Lisa,
I like the idea of the taco bowl created by these uncooked tacos. I would personally use salsa or salsa mixed with a little sour cream or yogurt for the dressing. Agree with the other posters that it would be good to see nutritional info. My guess is the sodium is pretty high all around, especially from the chicken (for the first time, I'm paying attention to sodium as my husband is now on a reduced sodium diet). I realize the sponsored posts pay the bills, but you may want to take the (R) symbols and Wal-Mart reference out of your headline & move them into the body copy - they are definitely "advertising" alerts.

on March 3, 2017

I just don't like those Grilled-Ready type chicken strips - no matter what the brand. There is a weird fake flavor/aftertaste to me that I just can't get past! But if I have some leftover cooked chicken breast on hand, this is an easy thing to make.

on March 3, 2017

I am really disappointed it appears you are now promoting recipes made by certain food companies. I would hazard a guess that this recipe is high in sodium. I know those types of ready-made foods tend to be high sodium. They also contain food additives I would not use if I was making them myself. I hope soon you will return to your own creations of healthful, tasty, easy recipes that are not primarily comprised of manufactured foods.

on March 3, 2017

This sounds like a good recipe I will try. Thanks so much for posting it.

on March 3, 2017

The nutrition facts for one serving =
326 calories, 17 g fat, 3.3 g saturated fat, 23.7 g carbohydrates, 6.2 g sugar, 24.5 g protein, 6.0 g fiber, 500 mg sodium, 8 SmartPts

This is a sponsored post - which is why companies are mentioned. I do like this recipe and the ingredients that went into it or I wouldn't do the post. It is a great quick meal.

on March 3, 2017

Great idea for making taco bowls!!! Trader Joe's has a grilled chicken strips in their
freezer section that I have used in the past and the taste is very good. This looks like a tasty meal and quick too!!! Will be making this soon!!!! Thanks!

on March 3, 2017

well, I bought the tortillas and put over cupcake bottoms and baked in oven at 350 degrees. They blew up like balloons??? How do I stop that???

on March 16, 2017

well, I bought the tortillas and put over cupcake bottoms and baked in oven at 350 degrees. They blew up like balloons??? How do I stop that??? Anyway, I love their taste better than those that are supposed to be cooked. They taste doughy.

on March 16, 2017


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