This shredded chicken is SO EASY and so delicious. Use our Latin Rub for a fiesta or switch it up and use whatever seasoning you want! May we suggest Durango BBQ ;)…
Here’s what you need:
4 boneless skinless chicken thighs (or breast, we like thighs cuz they’re always so moist and delicious)
2 Tablespoons olive oil
3/4 cup chicken broth
2 Tablespoons Latin Rub
Coat your chicken thighs with Latin Rub. In a skillet over medium, heat up the olive oil then add the chicken. Cook for 5 minutes, then flip. Add the broth and cover the pan. Cook for 10ish minutes or until chicken reaches that magical internal temp of 165F that means it’s safe to eat! Now shred it! Using two forks pull that chicken apart!
Serve however your heart desires! We made simple and delicious tacos with a little guac, pico de gallo, y a spicy yogurt sauce!
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This broth is a building block for greatness. Throw it on some ramen, use it to make baked chicken & rice, add some roasted veggies and call it soup…. get wild, go crazy, let your heart guide the way!
Here’s what ya need:
1 can of coconut milk
1 can of water (empty that coconut milk can and fill it with water…)
1 quart of broth/stock (you choose: vegetable, chicken, beef…)
1 heaping tablespoon Hot Curry
salt to taste (start with a teaspoon or 2 and go from there)
Combine all the ingredients in a pot over medium-low heat, give it some time to think about what it’s going to become. And that’s it, use it however your heart desires.
I know, I know, some of you are thinking, Caitlin, I came here for a recipe not for you to tell me to do whatever I want, I don’t know what I want, that’s why I’m here! Soooo here’s an example of what to do with this broth:
For the following photo, after we put the broth together we chopped up some veggies (sweet potatoes & brussels sprouts) coated them with olive oil and a little Garam Masala & Chimayo Chili, then we roasted them at 450 for about 25 minutes. Once that 25 minutes was up we boiled up 2 pots of water to cooke some ramen & boil some eggs. We divided the ramen into some bowls, poured on the curry broth, topped it with the roasted veg and called it a meal!
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