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A couple weeks ago I popped into Subway for lunch and noticed they had a new sandwich on the menu a Fritos Chicken Enchilada Melt. I ordered my typical black forest ham sandwich, but my mother ordered the Fritos Chicken Enchilada Melt. Upon sitting down to eat out lunch she gave me a small piece to try and I my taste buds were thoroughly amazed. So amazed that I wanted to try to recreate the dish at home in a way that was point friendly for me.
I knew going into it that it wouldnt be exact but if I could come close, itd be a success. And I have to say, it was pretty darn successful! I used taco seasoning and ranch seasoning over fajita seasoning. The meat mixture was flavorful and was perfect in a sandwich while the next day it was perfect over salad.
The closest I could come to Subways flat bread was to use Flatout Foldits. My local grocery store only had Flatouts everything flavor in stock, so thats what I used. I picked up a bag of Fritos and added just a few to my sandwich. Whereas in classic Subway fashion, I chose to use my own toppings: pepper jack cheese lettuce and tomato.
You can find the recipe on my blog: http://shannonslifestyle.blogspot.com/2014/02/chicken-taco-crock-pot.html