Grab your thickest pot for a tour on the grill or camp stove. Piping hot chicken tortilla soup will be your reward.
A spicy white bean chili, totally awesome.
Great on a cold night. Easy to make. My family's favorite.
I got this recipe from my dad, and it is delicious. Serve over pasta. The extra sauce can be frozen for later use in pizzas, lasagna, etc.
This is an easy recipe for the crock-pot. Anybody can do it. My picky 3 year old eats this up every time....
This is the most popular meal requested by my family. I can almost guarantee this recipe will be served at all of our parties. Why can't I just make hamburgers once in a while? The achiote paste can be obtained at most Mexican Specialty stores and some supermarkets. This recipe can be doubled or tripled with the exception of the cinnamon. When doubled, I usually add about 1.5 times the amount.
This is an easy-to-make, very tasty grilled chicken marinated in red wine vinegar and oil and spices.
Tasty shredded chicken recipe that is great for tacos, burritos or quesadillas.
There are a lot of versions out there, but I've combined a few to make this awesome version of my own! Top with shredded Monterrey Jack cheese and enjoy!!
A soak in pineapple juice spiced up with Asian flavors gives these chicken breasts a sweet and tangy kick. They cook up fast on skewers.
Pop this in the slow cooker after church (or whatever floats your boat on Sunday morning) for an easy two-person Sunday dinner worthy of the name.
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!
Slightly spicy pulled barbecued chicken that adds a touch of zing after the bite.
A rich, flavorful marinade that compliments almost any meat.
Canned soup and baking mix mean that a chicken and dumpling dinner doesn't have to be too difficult to prepare.
Easy burritos in the slow cooker. A blend of chicken, corn, beans, tomatoes and jalapenos cook all afternoon, leaving you with a great weekend dinner. (See our "How to roll up a wrap" article.)