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Nereyda Vuelve Por Dios

formerly DONRE
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Nonnas 1977

Clockwise from top left

Rosalita slice: Imported prosciutto from Parma, parmigiana reduction & arugula

Mrs. Robinson: Soppressata, feta cheese, ricotta, artichokes, fresh mozzarella & olives

Lady slice: Chanterelle mushrooms, fresh mozzarella rosemary & white truffle oil

Roxanne slice: Meat sauce, ricotta, fresh mozzarella, pecorino & parmigiano reggiano
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Clockwise from top left

Layla slice: Fresh smoked mozzarella, caramelized onions & pancetta (Italian bacon)

Proud Mary slice: Fresh mozzarella, homemade sauce & basil

Sheena slice: Granny Smith apple, Applewood smoked bacon, gorgonzola cheese & smoked fresh mozzarella & walnuts

Angie slice: A stuffed artichoke on a cream of spinach with ricotta cheese & topped with homemade roasted peppers
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Wheres this at homie?
 
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Joined Jul 19, 2012
Had a little get together at my place this past weekend. Ended up with way too much left over food in my fridge .. legit found a whole Costco rotisserie chicken in there.. :lol:

I'm not one to throw away perfectly good food, so I figured I'd upcycle that pale-*** bird. :pimp:

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Finely chopped up some breast meat.. I think we can all agree on the lack of seasoning on the stock Costco chicken, so please, salt and pepper to taste.

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Warm up some corn tortillas in the microwave, it helps soften them up and makes them easier to work with... Throw the chicken into the tortilla and roll them up. Tuck and roll like you're rolling a fatass blunt. I use half toothpicks to keep them rolled up. Otherwise they will want to open back up. DONT FORGET TO REMOVE THE TOOTHPICK, I learned that the hard way.. :ohwell:

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I typically cook with olive oil, but for this dish, Mazola works best. At least that's what my grandma says.. try to lay the tacos into the pan seam first. Helps tie the seam and keep the thing from opening up when flipping.

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Place on paper towel to remove excess oil

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Simmer up some salsa "El Pato" to thicken ..

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Cut up some avocados, The queso fresco and crema were purchased today, but I used some soggy *** lettuce from Sunday :smh: . Again, for the sake of not tossing out food :rolleyes .. could've ruined the dish. But thankfully it didnt. . 8)

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:tongue:
I actually make a lot of meals with cheap rotisserie chicken
 

Air Money

formerly sneekaz
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Joined Mar 30, 2006
Had a little get together at my place this past weekend. Ended up with way too much left over food in my fridge .. legit found a whole Costco rotisserie chicken in there.. :lol:

I'm not one to throw away perfectly good food, so I figured I'd upcycle that pale-*** bird. :pimp:

20210504_182241.jpg

Finely chopped up some breast meat.. I think we can all agree on the lack of seasoning on the stock Costco chicken, so please, salt and pepper to taste.

20210504_183117.jpg

Warm up some corn tortillas in the microwave, it helps soften them up and makes them easier to work with... Throw the chicken into the tortilla and roll them up. Tuck and roll like you're rolling a fatass blunt. I use half toothpicks to keep them rolled up. Otherwise they will want to open back up. DONT FORGET TO REMOVE THE TOOTHPICK, I learned that the hard way.. :ohwell:

20210504_184010.jpg

I typically cook with olive oil, but for this dish, Mazola works best. At least that's what my grandma says.. try to lay the tacos into the pan seam first. Helps tie the seam and keep the thing from opening up when flipping.

20210504_185241.jpg

Place on paper towel to remove excess oil

20210504_190751.jpg

Simmer up some salsa "El Pato" to thicken ..

20210504_191814.jpg

Cut up some avocados, The queso fresco and crema were purchased today, but I used some soggy *** lettuce from Sunday :smh: . Again, for the sake of not tossing out food :rolleyes .. could've ruined the dish. But thankfully it didnt. . 8)

20210504_192654.jpg

:tongue:
Homemade meals are really some of the best meals. Customized the way you want.
 
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