Baked Chicken Taquito
12 corn tortillas
0.5 kg of chicken meat
1 tablespoon of cream cheese
1 tablespoon of olive oil
1 teaspoon of salt
1 teaspoon taco seasoning
1/4 teaspoon cumin
Juice of 2 sliced limes
1 cup sour cream
1/4 cup chopped coriander
1 cup of salsa
Preheat the oven to 200 °C.
For the filling of chicken taquitos, add boiled diced chicken, garlic powder, yogurt, cheese, chili flakes, cumin and salt to a large mixing bowl. Mix well and make sure all the ingredients are well combined. Then set the bowl aside.
Wrap a small piece of tortilla in a clean paper towel and heat for 30-45 seconds to soften, then set aside wrapped in a clean kitchen towel.
Spread one of the tortillas and place a small piece of your stuffing in the center, then roll it up tightly and place it on a baking sheet with the edge facing the pan (use a toothpick to support it if needed). Fill the remaining tortillas in the same way until the mixture is completely gone.
Put the chicken taquitos on a baking sheet and brush with vegetable oil. Bake for 15-20 minutes or until crispy, golden brown.
Place the baked taquitas on a paper towel.
Serve with sour cream, salsa and cilantro.
Chicken Meat and Its Benefits
Benefits of chicken meat; First of all, white meat varieties have a higher protein content than red meat.
It is the food with the highest protein rate after eggs and milk. Protein intake is very important for the body, which is under construction, especially in child development. Foods containing high protein such as chicken meat have an important place in increasing the muscle mass of individuals who do sports. Proteins are digested more slowly. Chicken breast, which contains a high level of protein, helps a lot to lose weight. Due to its low fat content, it is also used in special health diet programs, especially for people with blood pressure problems. At the same time, it helps to balance the body cholesterol level. It is preferred for use because it provides important protection against many health problems, especially cardiovascular diseases. Boiled chicken meat is very effective in increasing body resistance. All these reasons make chicken breast one of the most ideal foods. Whatever type of meat it is, it should be cooked for a long time at a light or medium temperature. Thus, it loses very little in terms of nutritional value. If the meat is cooked at high temperatures, the meat proteins solidify and leave their water and lose their nutritional value.
It is vitamin B1 that suffers the most loss at high temperature. Meat in grilled meat
It causes loss of vitamin B12 and folate with dripping water. The flavor of the cooked meat increases, its digestion
it gets easier. The reduction of boiled and grilled chicken meat is faster than fried in oil. Nitrosamine, that is, harmful chemicals that cause cancer, may occur in meat that is already fried in oil or cooked very close to the fire. For this reason, do not consume the burned, darkened parts of the meat.
How Should It Be Stored?
It is important that the internal temperature rises above 70 degrees while the chicken is cooking. Especially chicken
Since it is very suitable for microorganisms, the risk of spoilage is high. So after cooking
It should be consumed immediately or placed in the refrigerator within 2 hours. Half the uncooked chicken
Do not keep it at room temperature for more than an hour, put it in the refrigerator or freezer.
1 serving of boiled chicken breast contains 165 (kcal) calories.
1 serving of boiled chicken breast contains no carbohydrates.
1 serving of boiled chicken breast contains 38.17 grams of protein and 1.13 grams of fat.
Chicken meat does not contain fiber.
1 serving of boiled chicken breast 106.5 mg cholesterol, 117 mg sodium, 535.5 potassium and 22.5 mg
Vitamin C, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, folate, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, A in boiled chicken breast
It contains vitamin E, vitamin K, and vitamin K.