July 03, 2016
Lunch, Poultry, Chicken,
Dairy, Cheese, Mexican, Budget-Friendly, Easy/Beginner Cooking, Quick Meals, Cinco de Mayo, Entertaining, Stove Top, Cooked Chicken or Beef, Cooked Chicken, Spicy, Sandwiches more
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"I came across this on a recipe site and adjusted it to our liking...we love it...you can serve this as a lunch for one or an appetizer for two."
Melt butter in a frying pan over medium-low heat.
Spread the chili paste on one side of one tortilla and set aside.
Place the other tortilla in pan with butter.
Layer on 3/4 cup cheese, chicken, jalapeño peppers, tomatoes and lettuce.
Allow cheese to melt and set tortilla on a plate.
Place the other tortilla with chili paste on the pan paste side up and top with 1/4 cup cheese and allow to melt.
Place on top of the tortilla with chicken and then place the "sandwich" back in the pan for 1-2 minutes to allow the 2 sides to melt together.
Slice, stack and enjoy!
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Loved these! My grandson raved and asked for a repeat next Sunday for the football game. They were a little messy 'flipping' but I have a feeling that I'll get that process nailed down as often as we plan on having them. lol. Thanks for sharing this great keeper, Teresa. Made for FYC tag.