This is a simple recipe which can be increased or decreased as desired for the needed quantity. The amount of heat (spicy flavor) depends on the category of heat in the salsa that you use. This meat is great in all kinds of Mexican dishes.
A unique combination of Tex-Mex flavors that is mouth-watering. This recipe has spread like wild-fire among my friends and extended family members. The addition of fresh cilantro is wonderful, but I usually don't have any on hand and the dish is fine without.
This is a "Campbell Soup" recipe, it's easy to make using ingedients you have on hand. This is a good way to use up the leftovers from a grocery store pre-cooked chicken or a turkey dinner. I like Butterball Herb Stuffing the best - it's in the freezer section. (it comes in 900g pkg. and because we prefer more stuffing I use the whole pkg.)
I omit the chesse, personal preference.
Recipe came from a 1960 issue of BH&G I am cleaning out my recipe files and remember that this is easy and very good. I do not use MSG but it is optional if you like. You can lighten up using reduced fat sour cream.
These came about when DBF and I were camping and we were cleaning out the coolers! We had leftover BBQ's chicken and a few pieces of bacon from breakfast. Try them on the grill as they are not nearly as good done in a pan on the stove. Any cooked chicken will work, try it with a spicy fajita style or BBQ like we did!
I don't like "things" in my dressing, so I’ve been making it this way for years. If you try it I hope you enjoy it. This recipe doesn't include prep or baking time for cornbread. The calorie count with the cornbread is 122 per serving. Posted on November 30th 2005.
Due to the waste of chicken in the restaurants, the Colonel created a recipe to help use the chicken that was unable to be sold...so he devised the potpie recipe. You see, the chicken could only sit and be sold for 2 hrs after it is fried. This was sent to a recipe group, AARestaurant_Recipes, by tabbitha
Adapted from Semi-Homemade Cooking with Sandra Lee, this is easy with yummy results. Put it on in the morning and come home to a soothing, comforting dinner. Crackers or bread and a salad finish off this meal.
I had a look at some of the other recipes like this on Recipezaar but mine is a little different so here it is. Occasionally we will have a roast turkey as a treat and this is what I make with the leftovers. I haven't made it with chicken yet but I'm sure it is just as tasty as with the turkey. It is also kid friendly, my 17 month old daughter will eat this no problem. (Cooking time includes 10 mins approx for cooking of rice)