I made this today using some left over pork roast. You can adjust according to your own tastes. This soup will freeze well. Cooking time includes dry bean cooking. If using canned it should only take 20 minutes.
Absolutely delicious layered enchiladas. This recipe is very versatile. This is my version of a recipe I got from a Pillsbury magazine publication. The regular recipe called for Co-Jack cheese, fresh cilantro (2 T), and more green chiles. I sometimes add some fresh cilantro, but don't usually have it on hand.
My family really likes these. Sometimes I will triple the recipe and put away lots of them in the freezer for quick meals later. You can vary the ingredients using different cheese or ground beef, etc. It makes about 8-10 chimichangas.
This one is from my 1972 Sunset Mexican cookbook. Everyone has their preconceptions. One which is quite common in many places of the world is that the Swiss are all dairy farmers, a la Heidi. So it's only natural for the Mexicans, who have far fewer dairies, to name this dish in honor of that far away and mystic land. Be that as it may, this is one incredible dish, a real diet buster!
This is very easy to put together and pretty tasty in my opinion! I came up with it when one night when I thought chicken cordon bleu sounded good, but only had cubed chicken on hand. You can use shredded cheese instead of sliced, add broccoli or more meat, use homemade biscuits... it's pretty forgiving. These are just the ingredients I happened to have on hand that day, but feel free to adjust to suit your tastes.
This is my favorite Chicken Enchiladas recipe. I get requests for this recipe all the time. It's a bit lower in fat because you're not dipping the tortillas in hot oil. This recipe is from Betty Crocker's Chicken Cookbook.
I saw Bobby Flay make this salad on one of his grilling specials on the Food Network. I made it last night, and wow was it ever delicious. It has become a new family favorite and is great for those who like a little spiciness with a nice crisp, cool salad. It is really easy to make and VERY easy to eat.
This recipe was originally printed in a Campbell's Soup cookbook--Easy Ways to Delicious Meals, 1970 edition. I began preparing this for my family and it became a favorite. Definitely a kid and budget pleaser. Over the years I made some adjustments.
This is my version of Chicken Tortilla soup. It's very similar to the soup served at Max & Erma's restaurant chain. I threw it together one day using mostly leftovers from my fridge. It was a hit.. So now every time I roast a chicken, I make this the next day.
Got this from Cooking Light Magazine. It is great. Even the kids like it.
Calories:354 (36% from fat)
Fat:14.1g (sat 7.1g,mono 3.3g,poly 1.2g)
Stock your pantry ahead of time to whip up this delicious satisfying soup. It comes together quickly for a nice meal. I got the recipe from Southern Living Magazine (Carol Michael Hewett, Texas). I made a few changes by adding celery, and adding 3 more cups of broth (because we don't like soup that thick). The original recipe called for 5 cups of water. I used part water and part chicken broth.