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chicken for example. Then I moved the step of pre-heating the oven to much later in the instructions to accommodate for the fact that someone at a minimum skill level should not feel rushed in preparing the snack. The final step I took is presented the instructions to an associate whose educational focus is making presentations for school age children to verify that these instructions would meet the criteria in some of her classes.
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Simple Restaurant Style Nachos 1. Cook one boneless chicken breast ahead of time. Time saving tip is to use leftover chicken breast or purchase pre-cooked meat. 2. Place cooked boneless chicken breast into a mixing bowl large enough to hold the chicken. 3. Place two forks into center of chicken and using both hands pull forks away from each other to begin to shred chicken. This step should be repeated until chicken is in small shredded pieces that are bite-size in appearance. 4. Pour one cup of salsa of preference into mixing bowl containing shredded chicken. 5. Mix chicken and salsa together until uniform in appearance. Best to use large spoon and pull contents from bottom of bowl while mixing in a circular fashion.
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  • Winter '14
  • DennisMcGeehan
  • Fahrenheit, Celsius, Cookware and bakeware, cheddar cheese, Griddle

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