Chicken Avocado Verde Tostados

Chicken Avocado Verde Tostados #15MinuteSuppers

Living in Southwest, my family has come to love Mexican-style foods.  We eat it probably 4 nights a week and just can’t seem to get enough of the flavors.  One thing that I have recently started to love is a perfectly ripe avocado..specifically in the form of guacamole!  I just can’t get enough.  Partnering with Wholly Guacamole for #15MinuteSuppers was a no brainer for me and my family.  What I didn’t expect was how much I was going to love their products!  These Chicken Avocado Verde Tostados are the bomb!!!

Chicken Avocado Verde Tostados #15MinuteSuppers

I knew Wholly Guacamole made guacamole, but had no idea that they made salsa and my absolute favorite…the avocado verde sauce.  It’s like green sauce, tomatillo sauce, and guacamole all rolled up into one amazingly scrumptious sauce.  Seriouslly….I think I could eat this stuff with a spoon.

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Chicken Avocado Verde Tostados #15MinuteSuppers


Chicken Avocado Verde Tostados

4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1 package Wholly Guacamole Avocado Verde sauce
1/4 head (or 1 package of pre-shredded) purple cabbage, shredded
salt, pepper, garlic powder
12 tostado shells
refried beans
Wholly Guacamole and Wholly Salsa

Cut chicken breasts into bite-sized strips and season with garlic powder, salt, and pepper.  In a large skillet, cook chicken strips until they are fully cooked and no longer pink (about 10 minutes).  Stir often.  When chicken is fully cooked, pour the avocado verde sauce on the chicken and lower heat.  Let simmer together for 3-4 minutes.

Meanwhile, heat refried beans and then smear some on each tostado shell.  Top with chicken, cabbage, guacamole, and salsa.


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  1. i really like this recipe and it looks beautiful with all of the colors.

    my idea of a 15 minute recipe is chicken on the george foreman grill, on a whole wheat tortilla with a pinch of shredded colby jack & a tbsp of barbeque sauce, with a side salad!


  3. I like the idea of 15 Minute Supper. It is hectic during the week trying to find time to prepare a delicious meal.

  4. This recipe sounds delicious. I love anything with avocado or guacamole so it’s something I know I’d enjoy.

  5. 15 minute suppers are a terrific idea. we love to have a good home cooked meal and we are always pressed for time.

  6. I’m a big fan of 15 minute meals! I love how this recipe looks so easy to make and healthy to eat!

  7. I LOVE guacamole. My husband and I are thinking about moving the Southwest. I love reading about what you say about food there. For instance, I don’t know where I can find a good tostada where I live. YUM!!!!!

  8. I haven’t had tostadas since I was a kid and these look lovely! I really like the idea of using the purple cabbage instead of basic iceberg. You could use raw spinach or kale too!

  9. 15 minute suppers is great. Sometims I get so busy with errands that I just get takeout but this gives me the option to make a quick dinner too!

  10. I love that this recipe sounds so good and seems really simple to make. I have no patience for a dinner that takes a million ingredients and an hour to cook!

  11. I like the idea of 15 minute suppers because it’s quick and easy. The Chicken Avocado Verde Tostados looks and sounds delicious. I can see myself making recipes like that.

  12. That looks super yummy. I would love to have that for dinner. I think my kids would enjoy it too.

  13. The Chicken Avocado Verde Tostados look delicious! I look forward to making this for my family.

  14. I love their Avocado Verde Salsa, it’s my favorite! I love the inclusion of red cabbage for crunch in this recipe.

  15. Printed the recipe going to try it this weekend & 15 minute supers sound wonderful especially when you work.

  16. I love the thought of adding cabbage for crunch and color. and love the idea of only 15 minutes meals!

  17. I would love to try the Chicken Avocado Verde Tostados because they are different. The concept of 15 minute suppers is great because it is convenient and a healthier alternative to eating out. With less time to prepare a satisfying meal, I can spend more time with other things.

  18. I’d love to try this recipe. My family is huge Mexican food fans and I love how quick this meal is!

  19. This recipe for the Chicken Avocado Verde Tostados not only looks easy for a family friendly meal but it totally made my mouth water. Yum!

  20. This recipe looks amazing, but I also like the idea of 15-minute suppers. Both my fiance’ and I work full-time, so it’s hard to get home and want to cook.

  21. Being a very busy mom, the idea of a 15 minute dinner is very appealing to me! Especially for the nights we are all coming in late, but very hungry!

  22. The idea of 15 minute dinners is good. The reality of them is GREAT but they are scarce. I’d love to try this one.

  23. I love the idea of 15 minute suppers. Sometimes I don’t feel like making dinner because of the time it takes to prepare. I just hate spending a lot of time on dinner that gets eaten in about 5 minutes.

  24. I could definitely use more 15 minute meals in my life! I’m always to tired after work, I never feel like cooking.

  25. I love this recipe since it seems healthy plus delicious with the chicken breasts and purple cabbage. Fifteen minute suppers seem like a dream come true.

  26. One of my first memories of having Mexican food was when I was in grammar school in the 60’s and ate at a Mexican girlfriends house. I’ve never forgotten that meal-it was so good! .This recipe reminds me of what we had.

  27. The recipe looks delicious! Fish tacos are one of our staple 15 minute dinners – love them with some guac too!

  28. This recipe looks amazing & what I like most about it is it would be great for my family because it would satisfy the meat eaters & the vegetarian needs in one easy meal. I usually have to make two different meals this would solve that problem!

  29. that recipe looks amazing! it is similar to what i do with wholly guacamole. i pick up grilled chicken from the store, some cheese, some guac, and roll it into a taquito and fry it. super fast, simple, and yummy.

  30. I haven’t opened up my Wholly Avocado Verde Salsa yet, but I’m dying to! I haven’t seen it in stores (I’m probably not looking hard enough), so I’m trying to find the perfect recipe to use it in….and man, this looks like a great way to use it! We haven’t had tostadas in a long time (which is weird, because like you, we eat Mexican-style dinners a few nights a week).

  31. I love this recipe. My family loves chicken tacos. I love the idea of adding some flavored guac to our menu. Who doesn’t love salsa verde!?

  32. The recipe sounds delicious, the only thing I wouldn’t include if I made this recipe is the purple cabbage. I know my family wouldn’t eat the purple cabbage.

  33. I like to keep cooked meat on hand. This way I can throw something together very quickly for dinner. The recipe ideas are endless.

  34. I’d leave the chicken off to make it vegetarian friendly. I absolutely love tostados from the Mexican restaurant here, but I’ve never tried to make them on my own.

  35. I love the idea of 15 minute suppers. I always plan for supper to be done around 5 or 6 but we usually don’t sit down to eat until 7.

  36. The recipe looks and sounds amazing. The only thing I would take out are the refried beans. Aside from that, YUM !

  37. I’ve never made tostados ~ this recipe looks really tasty and simple. Its going on the menu for this week. Thanks!

  38. I love guacamole and find it to be an excellent addition to many dishes. I feel as though more people would cook at home if they could make meals in 15 minutes.

  39. These tostados look great! I wonder if I could make something similar with tuna – my family is really into seafood.

  40. All of these recipes sound delicious! I love Mexican food, and Wholly Guacamole makes each dinner special without all of the work. I love recipes that take 30 minutes or less!

  41. Never thought of using cabbage for Mexican recipes. I have always used shredded lettuce and now I’ll try cabbage.

    Hope to win!

  42. I can’t wait to try this recipe. My mouth was watering reading it. Good for the whole family! Thank you.

  43. This looks like a healthy, quick and different meal idea. I like the 15 minute concept as we often do not have a lot of time for cooking.

  44. I love the idea of 15 minute suppers, because I don’t like to cook and don’t have many ideas either.

  45. Tostados are a favorite in our house. I never tried purple cabbage on them. The cabbage gives it great color and is a nice change from lettuce. I plan to give this one a try!


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