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Old 02-03-2010, 08:06 AM
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Default Cheesy Margarita Chicken (Summer Recipes)


Prep Time: 30 minutes - 1 hour | Cook Time: 30 minutes or less | Serves: 2
Lunch Chicken American

Ingredients:






Bottle of Jose Cuervo Gold Tequila
A bottle of Rose's Lime Juice
A chicken breast (which is soaking in some Cuervo and some Rose's Lime Juice)
A few limes
A container of margarita salt (or regular salt)
Some salsa
Grated cheddar cheese.
Bag of tortilla chips


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Old 02-03-2010, 08:07 AM
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When your chicken has soaked for a while, be it a few hours or just a few minutes, whatever you prefer/have time for, we'll want to cut it.

Before I cut the chicken, I squeezed a bit of lime onto the cutting board and tossed on a pinch of margarita salt. If you like, you can use a bit of oil.

If you're good with chicken and can ****erfly cut like a pro, have at it. If not, just do what I do and try to open the breast up a bit.
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I had the pan on medium to medium-high heat.

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Then squeeze some lime onto the chicken, add a bit of the Rose's Lime Juice, and a splash of the tequila. Let it cook for a few minutes until it's starting to look halfway done on that side. Then flip it.

Squeeze some more lime and add some more Rose's Lime to this side, and a little bit more tequila.

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At this point, I usually find pouring out a single shot for the remainder of the cooking is a good idea. You may wish to do so now.
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