These chicken enchiladas are easy to make because they start with canned chicken, but don’t let that humble beginning fool you. These are delicious, creamy, and certain to become a family favorite. In fact, my family requests this version more often than they request regular chicken enchiladas.
This delicious Mexican Style Turkey Soup recipe is loaded with flavor, and surprisingly low in fat and calories. It’s the perfect way to finish off the end of your turkey. This is especially true if you boil the leftover turkey carcass to liberate the last of the meat that is clinging to the bones and make your own turkey stock. This low-calorie but hearty soup is the perfect way to warm up on a cold evening. It’s also a delicious opportunity to be nice to your body after all of the calorie laden foods from Thanksgiving Dinner. Give this recipe […]
Chili always makes me think of how different families do things differently. When Baker’s Man and I were just starting out, I made him a pot of chili. He complained to me that it was too runny. “Chili is supposed to be thick.” He proclaimed. In my parent’s house, chili was very soup like. It was definitely not thick. I began to adjust my techniques to produce a thicker chili in order to please my new husband. Years later, I was talking to a coworker as we were eating chili. She shared how the first time she made chili for […]
I first learned of this recipe while I was at a party at a friend’s house. She had requested that each guest bring something to contribute toward the meal. The young woman who brought the soup course brought a pot filled with beans, corn, and meat that was reminiscent of a pot of chili. She explained that this soup was made with whatever combination of southwest vegetables you choose and a package of taco seasoning. She said that her family often left out the meat and just added extra vegetables. On that night, she served the soup plain, but shared […]