Give them a Mexican night to remember with these Naked Chicken Burritos!
Remember that DIY Taco Seasoning recipe that I shared last week. You’re going to want to whip up a batch for these. It will make your Burritos go from good to totally awesome!
Mexican night is definitely the weeknight meal that everyone enjoys in our house. It’s one meal that everyone can agree on so I never have to worry about anyone not being happy.
In fact the only thing I have to worry about is making sure that I make enough because I know they’ll being going in for seconds.
Mexican night is all about the toppings. It’s what brings everything together and what makes it such a big hit around here.
I just put everything out and everyone can choose what they want to put on their Naked Chicken Burrito. Whether you like to load your Burrito up with everything on it or you’re just a rice, chicken and cheese kind of guy these Burritos are “Muy Deliciosa”!
Naked Chicken Burritos
- Cooked white or brown rice to serve 4
- 2 Pounds Boneless skinless chicken breast ,cut into bite sized pieces
- 2 1/2 Tablespoons DIY Taco Seasoning or you can use packaged
- 1 Recipe Home made Guacalmole
- 1 Recipe Fresh Salsa
- 1 ,15 ounce can Black beans, drained and rinsed
- Sour cream for topping
- Shredded cheddar cheese or Mexican blend for topping
- Prepare rice according to package directions.
- Heat a large skillet with 1-2 tablespoons of oil.
- In a large bowl mix the chicken with the taco seasoning to coat well.
- Place seasoned chicken into your heated skillet and cook for 2-3 minutes then toss to cook on other side. Cook for another 2-3 minutes or until chicken is cooked through. (Cooking time may vary depending on how big your chicken pieces are)
- Place all your toppings in bowls and make a serving station either on your counter or table.
- Create your own Naked Chicken Burrito by placing rice and chicken in a bowl and then topping with whatever you like! Enjoy!
If you prefer your Naked Chicken Burrito dressed you can always wrap it up with a tortilla. I like them both ways but these are definitely much less messy!
Here are some of my other favorite Mexican inspired recipes. Just click on the picture for the recipe.