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  1. A delicious spicy chicken taco recipe I've been using for my diet.

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    What you'll need:

    Two corn tortillas

     

    Hot sauce

     

    6-8 Sport Peppers

     

    Crushed Red Pepper

     

    Black Pepper

     

    Oregano

     

    One boneless skinless chicken breast

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    Preparation:

     

    Cut the chicken breast into strips.  Sprinkle however much pepper and crushed red pepper you want.  Add a little oregano.

     

    Heat a frying pan until it is very hot.  Use a nonstick spray or olive oil before you throw the chicken strips into the pan.

     

    Take the sport peppers and cut a slit into each of them.  Throw them in the pot.  As they get hotter, their juices will spill out, giving the chicken much flavor.

     

    Add as much hot sauce as you want to the chicken.  Leave the flame on medium-high and cover for three minutes. 

     

    Heat up your corn tortillas.

     

    Final step: Enjoy the fuck out of that shit.

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    2. Ex Oblivione

      Ex Oblivione

      Sounds delicious I'll have to give it a try.

    3. Tracer

      Tracer

      If you do, let me know what you think.  I just kind of threw it together, but I've made it every night this week and I'm not bored of it yet.  I bet a touch of lime juice would go great on it too now that I think about it.

    4. Nine Inch Heels

      Nine Inch Heels

      I gave that recipe a try, and since I'm vegetarian, I replaced the chicken with falafel (tasty and relatively healthy). Was quite nice, and if I were to recommend something to add to it, it would probably be guacamole (with enough lime juice in it, so has a nice acidity to it), would also go well with the chicken I'd say.

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