I found this recipe in the Busy People's Low-Fat Cookbook. You can eat it by itself or as a topping on pound cake, angel food cake or jello. I tried it once, but the jello that I used gave it a funny aftertaste...though my DH said it was just me, he loved it.
I served it over Recipe #63625.
This is a very versitile recipe. I use ground turkey, but you can use whatever ground meat you prefer. You can also add whatever spices you want to flavor the meatballs to your liking. You can serve these with spaghetti sauce, bbq sauce, or as meatball subs, whatever you wish. They are simple to make.
Ok, so it may not sound appitizing...but it tastes so good! I found this flipping through church cookbooks at my in-laws house. I thought it sounded interesting enough to try. I've made a few changes to the original recipe. Hope you like it.
*Prep time does not include thawing chicken breasts.
I found this recipe in an ad for Crisco oil.
My family & I have yet to find a better tasting enchilada (even at resaurants). You can use leftover chicken/turkey/pork, whatever you have, they all taste great. You can cook the chicken however you'd like, I usually boil/grill it. So, the prep time is approximate, it just depends on if you cook it or use leftovers.