I always find tostados a bit hard to eat – do you crack the tortilla and scoop? Do you pick it all up and eat it like a pizza? For this one, I folded the shell over like a taco 🙂 The flavors in this dish mix incredibly well and this is a GREAT lunch.
280 calories per serving
6 6 inch flour tortillas
1 package (1.4 oz) taco seasoning
1 lb. boneless skinless chicken breasts in bite sized pieces
½ c water
2 large tomatoes, chopped
7 oz. shredded non fat cheddar cheese
6 T low fat sour cream
¼ c chopped cilantro
Preheat oven to 400 degrees and place tortillas on a cookie sheet and spray with Pam. Sprinkle with 1 t taco seasoning and bake 8 minutes or until tortillas are crisp and golden. Mix chicken with the rest of the seasoning mix and water and bring to a boil in a skillet then simmer 5 minutes or until chicken is done. Add 1 ½ c tomatoes and cook another 2-3 minutes them remove from heat and stir in 1 ¼ c cheese. Place the mix over the heated tortillas and then top with the rest of the tomatoes and cheese.
This is an excellent homemade version of vegetable moo shu that you can get at most Chinese restaurants. Hoisin sauce is available in the Asian section of most markets – be sure not to leave that out, it’s what makes this dish really authentic tasting.
150 calories per wrap
¼ c stir fry sauce
2 t cornstarch
3 c shredded Chinese cabbage / Napa cabbage
2 c fresh bean sprouts
1 c coarsely chopped fresh mushrooms
1/3 sliced green onions
2 medium carrots coarsely shredded
2 medium red bell pepper, in thin strips
16 t hoisin sauce
8 6 inch flour tortillas, heated
Combine stir fry sauce and cornstarch. Spray a skillet with Pam and heat to medium high then add cabbage, sprouts, mushrooms, onions, carrots and peppers and cook 5 minutes. Then add stir fry sauce and cook another 3 minutes. Spread 2 t hoisin sauce on each tortilla and then top each with veggie mix using a slotted spoon so liquid is left in the pan. Roll up each tortilla and serve with extra sauce and green onions.