An easy weeknight dinner--you cook chicken, chuck it in a baking dish with tasty Mexican flavors (plus some baby spinach to get closer to those USDA eating guidelines), and 25 minutes later you've got a flavorful, piping hot plateful of food.
Pile your plate high with a steaming serving of this hearty casserole. After that first bite, you won't mind giving up time to prepare this the night before (unless you missed a no-hitter or something).
A family meal requested and approved by a discriminating 4 year old. . . and the rest of the family
My mom always served chicken a la king in patty shells. It was always a favorite of mine, but we grew up calling it "chicken slop". My wife refused to eat anything called "slop", so I found a way to turn it into a casserole!!
A delicious casserole full of flavor that will keep you coming back for more.
This creamy chicken casserole uses sour cream and cream of chicken soup with a buttery Ritz(R) cracker topping. People will insist on having the recipe.
This is an easy, flavorful recipe that blends several flavors into a mouthwatering dinner fit for a King.
The best and easiest chicken dish I know. Easy to make and adaptable to heart healthy cooking.
Chicken casserole made with broccoli, carrots, cream of chicken soup, Velveeta processed cheese and topped with potato flakes.
Very rich and creamy white wine and cheese sauce on chicken breasts. Wonderful family favorite we have for Christmas dinner every year. Note: This can be refrigerated or frozen before cooking.
Only for men who like a little danger when they cook. You'll be setting a skillet ablaze to draw out the flavor of bourbon.
Warming, filling pot pie made in the great outdoors. A terrific recipe for the grill or over any hot fire.
A seafood-less version of this Cajun classic for those folks who prefer their dinners to be a land-only affair.
What to do with a big purple eggplant? This simple recipe will give you a cheesy, filling, tasty dinner. Serve alongside noodles if you want some carbs with that.
Always requested!!! Serve with chips, salsa, and a margarita!!!
Enchiladas from San Luis are very different than traditional Mexican enchiladas but are very tasty and mild despite all the peppers!
This is a wonderful Mexican dish made without all the fattening cheeses and oils that go into regular enchiladas. A real must for health conscious persons!
This simple casserole involves layers of chicken and corn tortillas in a creamy white sauce with a subtle kick from jalapeno and mild green chile pepper.
This easy Mexican recipe came from a close friend, Cindy Lopez.
Chicken embedded in rice and cream of mushroom soup, with fresh garlic and mushrooms topping off the flavors to make an easy and quick meal. The only thing needed is a side dish of greens. Pork chops can also be used in the place of chicken for another great meal. Yes, husbands cook too.