Friday Potluck & Adobo Lime Chicken Tacos

There are some benefits to just having me and the fur babies in the house. If it’s a mess, it’s our mess. The grocery bill is MUCH lower than when K is home.

The bad things are that I have to shovel, keep his truck running (more of a challenge mentally and literally when it’s 20 below than you might think), and WORST OF ALL, I am responsible for consuming ALL leftovers. I’m good at eating the same thing two nights in a row, and maybe a lunch.


Beyond that, I can’t do it… but I always seem to convince myself that it’s doable and by the time I realize it isn’t, I have a collection of science experiments (and really cool colors) in tupperware in my fridge.

Whoops.

That’s my attempt at saying I’m not really bringing much to Friday Potluck. I made adobo lime chicken tacos this week, and just finished night #3 of them. They were amazing all three nights, especially since they are SO easy. With my pumped up work out schedule, I find that I want to go to bed much earlier, but still need to make sure I get enough protein … and calories in general.

Adobo Lime Tacos
Recipe Type: Main
Author: Erin Pennings
Prep time: 15 mins
Cook time: 15 mins
Total time: 30 mins
Serves: 4
Delicious tacos, perfect for a build-your-own taco bar or family night.
Ingredients
  • Adobo Lime Chicken Tacos
  • 1 lb chicken, cubed into small 1/2″ pieces
  • 1 tbsp adobo lime rub
  • tortillas (I use the cook-your-own variety from Costco)
  • tomatoes, diced
  • cheddar cheese, shredded
  • lettuce, shredded
  • taco sauce to taste
Instructions
  1. Heat a pan over medium
  2. Toss the chicken in, sprinkling liberally with the rub.
  3. Cook until done (about 15 minutes).
  4. While the chicken cooks, prepare the other ingredients, setting aside in individual bowls.
  5. Assemble tacos.
  6. Eat!


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11 Responses

  1. Run DMT says:

    Sounds so simple and tasty!

  2. Thanks for hosting. I am your newest follower through GFC. I am going to be including your link party in my new library scheduled to launch this Sunday.

  3. Miz Helen says:

    Hi Erin,
    Your Tacos look great. I am sharing my Cabbage and Sausage Stew today. Thanks for hosting and have a wonderful day!
    Miz Helen

  4. Your tacos sound delicious – I like the idea of the lime in them too. I’m sharing my Chicken in Mustard and Tarragon Sauce today. Have a lovely weekend.

  5. MM says:

    I agree on leftovers. Two nights are ok. By the third, I’m tired of it. Reading that you were still jazzed about these tacos on night 3 is high praise.

    Thanks for hosting!

  6. I am so sorry, I should have finished my coffee before posting…I did not mean to add the same thing I posted last week and there was no going back once I did it. You are welcome to delete my Parmesan-Herb Zucchini Sticks entry since I can’t. (ugh!) Thanks for hosting! I’ll make sure I’m awake next time! 🙂

  7. Hi Erin, I can’t imagine how cold -20 degrees can be. I hope it begins to warm up soon. I know I would feel the same way you do in your situation. Cooking sometimes is not high on the list when your schedule is tight.

    Thanks for hosting and I hope you stay warm : ),
    Joanne

  8. Mrs. T says:

    Thanks for hosting!!! I left some soup recipes to help you stay warm!

    ~Mrs. T (www.tales-of-the-ts.com)

  9. mjskit says:

    I don’t know if I’ve ever seen adobo lime rub, but it sure sounds good! I understand when the cat’s away, the mouse eats leftovers. Glad you found something that you could eat 3 nights in a row. Those tacos do sound good! I’ve linked up my tostadas which were my leftovers when the cat left town. 🙂 Thanks for hosting.

  10. Kristin says:

    These tacos sound DELISH! And ohmigosh…I remember trying to get the car door open in -24 degrees after it had been snowing all night…damn near impossible. I miss Alaska but not the subzero temperatures!!!

  11. Sound delicious for this taco recipe! It’s make me so hungry! I can’t wait to eat this 🙂

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