I found this in a pork cooking guide from my local GIANT grocery store and I am posting for safe keeping. Minimum marinating time is included in prep time. Adjust the amount or type of chilies to increase spiciness. Serve with cornbread and a salad.
I found this one on the Cooking Light website and I can't wait to try it! Use reduced fat and reduced sodium ingredients to make this as healthy as possible. You can also add chicken to change this from a vegetarian to a carnivore dish.
I found this in a Southern Living magazine and I'm dying to try it! Prep is simple since it only has 5 ingredients. I will update this description once I make it. I will also be using 6 oz chicken breasts and I will adjust ingredients and time as necessary.
This one is from Michelle at The Clothes Make the Girl. It is a wonderful Paleo recipe that incorporates the taste of the islands to spice up boring chicken breasts. The recipe for the cauliflower is included. This recipe makes enough for 2 but is easy to double or triple to feed a family.
I found this recipe on the Muir Glen website. I added the carmelized onions and it really brings out the taste of the fire roasted tomatoes. We loved it. I plan on making different pizzas with the cornmeal crust. A taco pizza would be great. A great way to use up leftover chicken.
A most refreshing low-cal burrito. BF found this on an Australian website, and he changed it a bit and stuffed it into a tortilla. Not a burrito you want to eat with your hands, but really, really good. We used the low-fat substitutions. The filling alone makes a terrific side dish.
Marinated cod, cabbage, and zesty white sauce lend authentic Baja flavors to these easy to make tacos. This recipe was posted by a popular seasoning company and adapted from a cooking websites newsletter. Included in the 2006 Zaar World Tour - Mexico.
I love this Crock-Pot chicken recipe for two reasons: one, my family loves it and two, it is so easy to make! I got this recipe from my sister. She has two children of her own, and they love it too! It's also the best leftovers in the world -- if there are any!
I found this in the Gooseberry Patch Best-Ever Casseroles cookbook and I am posting for safe keeping. I think that I will probably add a can of diced green chilies to the mix when I make it but I will update on changes at that time. (Originally submitted by Marlene Darnell from Newport Beach, CA)
I found this on a blog called My Baking Addiction and I am posting for safe keeping until the Super Bowl. The panko crumbs on top of this will give it a nice crunch after it's baked! I think I will double the green chilies when I make it.