These Mexican-style snacks will surely add sparkle to a slumber party spread! To make them, line muffin cups with tortilla shells, then filled each with a not-too-spicy beef mixture kids can garnish with cheese, lettuce and other toppings. For tasty dippers besides, you could serve the cutout stars with salsa.
From the winter Kraft Food & Family magazine. Cut the chicken breasts in half if they are large, otherwise they will take too long to cook. My DH gives this recipe five stars and told me I could make it any time!
After trying another recipe for this from here on Zaar and finding it very bland I re-did it and this is the result. Got inspiration from Shaye and Taste of Home magazine. This is a good, low carb, low fat meal with a ton of flavor. Very pretty when sliced too.
Include these chicken bites at your next buffet party or feature them as a main dish (enough for five main-dish servings). This recipe from Better Homes & Gardens' New Dieters's Cookbook couldn't be any easier or quicker...and, at 53 calories there is no guilt!
Serve hot over noodles or rice. From "Cooking a la Heart"- Delicious Heart Healthy Recipes from the Mankato Heart Health Program, 1988. You can also simmer in a Dutch oven for about 1 hour or bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour if you are short on time!
This recipe was given to me by my girl friend Mary, and is DELICIOUS....has a sweet and sour flavor. We ate this chicken with brown rice and a green veggie. The sauce is AWESOME over the rice!!!! YUMMY!!!!
I think I got this from Family Fun. A great kid friendly meal. I made this with a cooking class of kids grades 4 and up and they ALL loved it. The sauce is great with other stuff too. Finger friendly too! The fat grams will be less than stated, because you won't use all of the dip.
This is a nice way to use up left over turkey. The recipe is from Light & Tasty. You can use whatever vegetable you have on hand. And if you like a little spice, add in some red pepper to spice it up a bit.
This is a quick and easy recipe that never fails to please even my picky DDs. Since chicken thighs are usually inexpensive it makes a economical meal. I like to serve these with some type of rice side dish and a green salad.
Found this in a Weight Watcher's cookbook of recipes from the magazine in 2000. This is fast to make and has a nice flavour. Not a zingy dish, but the kids and I enjoyed it. 2/3 of a cup is 3 WW points.