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Chicken Tinga Tacos | Rick Bayless Taco Manual
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Your new favorite weeknight meal is here! Though pork tinga is the original (and it’s typically served as a main dish), chicken tinga …
Obviously named after Mr. Miyagi
Rick, on your grilling video you recommend an oil spray bottle. Which one is it?
I've seen quire a few chicken tinga recipes that also include chorizo. Is that associated with a certain region of Mexico, or something else?
Does this guy make anything that is original or from his family traditions? This guy does nothing but ripping off Mexican food. He makes these video just to sell you a bunch of generic Tex-Mex products. What an awful unoriginal chef this guy is.
The most common tinga that is prepared in homes is with boiled chicken breast that you later mix with the onion and the chipotle caldillo
Just leaving a note for all folks here: your neighborhood Indian store will have jaggery that you can use in this recipe.
Good to see Rick bayless back on the scene making Mexican dishes. Really admire this man cooking skills!
What does tings mean? My parents married in the late 50’s and moved to the US, vacationing didn’t keep them up with trends. In the last two years I hear this name a lot.
Rick is so chill and a fantastic teacher.
What's the storage life for that sauce?
Morita peppers are great.🧑🍳
Loved by so many people this recipe must be mentioned in khal so don't forget to add
Surprised you didn’t dig into them, Chef!
So, so GoooooooooD. Also seems like a meal that could be done on a 'disco.' Mexico does a lot of discada cooking. I hope Rick B would provide more good ideas for discada cooking.
I always love how zen like you are while cooking and yet, the love and passion for the food comes through!
On a side note, I do tinga de cebolla (onion tinga) quite often, it’s delicious!!!
I live in Jalisco. We have been getting chiles Moringas in the Tienguas more regularly. Whenever I see them I buy them. They are like the Sabor de Sol, the flavor of sunshine. This is a nice recipe. Prepared in MX with a lot more fat, which we equate with richness. But, you know, whatever your taste is there is a preparation to suit you.
Its sooo good
@Rick Bayless the master Taquero. This is a recipe I can have some fun with, I can add some carrots, celery, pinto beans, chicken broth and turn it into a hearty chicken tinga soup.
I could also add some tortilla chips with just enough chicken broth and turn it into chicken tinga chilaquiles.
Would beet root sugar be a good substitute?
The most legit gringo ever
I've never tastes these before. They look really good. Another awesome taco recipe! Thank you!
I make those, but instead of using tortillas for tacos I use SOPES. I rub sopes with refried beans, then place the chicken tinga on top. I then garnish with avocados and crumbled rancho or fresco cheese. Its a family favorite, easy and delicious! (I shred the chicken, not chopped).
Beautiful, Chef! Thank you!
Do you think I could use your Frontera Grill taco skillet sauce with garlic and chipotle? Even though I'm in SW Texas, I cannot find moritas. The ingredients of this sauce are very similar to this recipe for chicken tinga. I made your original recipe for this in the past, and while it was good, it was just not chipotle flavored enough for me like I remember when I visited family in Puebla.
What do you end up doing with brine and extra moritas?
Needs to be shredded chicken never had it cubed and as a taco.
This looks like a great recipe…chipotle has such wonderful flavor. I drooled a bit (but no on the tacos😂)
Looks and sounds magnificent, Chef.