Honey Lime Chicken Taquitos star in: From Watch Parties to Community in the Lord

It’s a new week and I promised a new recipe. Before we get to the new recipe part, I would like to preface this post with one word: Community.

If you know my husband and I, then you know we are sold out for the Lord, especially Gospel Community – like completely sold out. The Lord has stirred our hearts so deeply for this notion of doing life with fellow believers and doing life very deeply with them. Sharing burdens, praises, challenging one another and encouraging spiritually. Gospel Community does not always have to be in the context of a small group – no. It can be rallying around the SmartTV for four and half epic hours of college football greatness. It can be simply sharing a meal with new friends. It can be getting out of bed at night to take gas to a friend who has run out in the middle of town. Gospel Community leads to truly living life to the fullest.

Gospel Community is even better when we gather around food. The desire of my blog is to share with you {food. to. gather. around.}

This recipe is an absolute favorite at the Madole house. Sean was literally giddy when I announced that I would make this meal for our LifeGroup this week. Sean is my right hand man when it comes to cooking. Most often you will find the Madoles tag-teaming meals. It makes the prep so much faster and easier. So, shoutout to my forever bestfriend who happens to be my hubby for all of his help!

Again, this is not my recipe but the pictures are my take on this recipe. It is super simple and simply scrumptious!


Here is the link to the recipe:


Fresh out of the oven

Fresh out of the oven

with the Cilantro Lime Sauce

with the Cilantro Lime Sauce


– I would suggest that you use a food processor or at least a food chopper for the sauce. It makes the consistency wonderful. Here is the link to the processor we have:
Cuisinart FP-8SV Elemental 8-Cup Food Processor, Silver

-We spray the olive oil on the taquitos before baking them. Then we sprinkle with chunky sea salt crystals to help get the taquitos crunchy. Here are the links to the olive oil mister we use and the sea salt we use:

Misto Brushed Aluminum Olive Oil Sprayer

Roland Coarse Crystal Sea Salt, 26.5-Ounce (Pack of 12)

-After we bake the taquitos, we broil them (at 500 degrees)  for about 4 minutes to get them crunchy on top. *Be careful, as you do not want to burn them.*

-Once the taquitos come out of the oven, I slice them in half to make them easier to eat.


This recipe is so divine I can guarantee it will become a hit in your household. The fresh lime and cilantro really push this meal over the top for me.

Leave me a comment about what you think about this recipe and how it turned out for you!!!


Kylie Madole1


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