The Mexican recipe for tacos with plucked chicken meat or tinga de pollo is prepared in a tasty sauce and it tastes simply delicious with its vegetable ingredients.
We present the recipe in cooperation with the great Mexicana en Alemania on Instagram, who hereby presents the third recipe.
We present you the video reel of the "Tinga de Pollo" preparation with vegetables, tortillas and salsa right here. Below you will find the ingredients and steps as usual in text form.
And now follow the ingredients and preparation in the text version of the recipe.
Ingredients (quantity according to own needs)
- ca. 400g Chicken breast
- 1/2 white onion
- 4-5 tomatoes
- Coriander to taste
- 2 garlic cloves
- Salt and Pepper as taste
- 1 tea spoon Chicken broth powder
- Vegetable oil
- Lime juice and chili peppers, if desired, are optional toppings
- Salsa Chipotle e.g. from Herdez, Carey, Clemente Jaques, Ki Gourmet
- Corn Tortillas 12-15cm
- Optional: Avocado Dip
Preparation of Tinga de Pollo
This is how the individual steps in cooking look for you. Otherwise, please feel free to use the again above in the article to help.
Cook the chicken breasts with a piece of onion, a clove of garlic, some coriander and salt.
Puree the tomatoes with a piece of onion, a clove of garlic, the remaining coriander and some of the broth in which the chicken breasts were eaten (also add the vegetables that are in the chicken broth), salt and pepper.
In vegetable oil fry a little diced onion and add the mixed sauce and let it thicken for about 25 minutes.
Crumble the breasts and add to the sauce and finish cooking for 10-15 minutes.
Optionally serve with avocado dip. For this here the link to a Recipe video from Mexicana en Alemania or buy the prepared product here in or Shop.
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