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11  Chicken Enchiladas in Recipes and Cooking Tips by LordVader on: January 18, 2010 06:13:02 PM
So, it's been awhile since I've posted anything on here.  I made these last year.  They're some of the best things I've ever made.  So, here's the recipe! Cheesy

You Need
Software:
1 package or tortillas (I like the Mission Low Carb ones, they tend to stick together, but other wise they're good and taste like regular tortillas)
4 chicken tenders
1 can of green chillies (the medium size, not sure of the oz)
1 can of black beans (again, not sure of the oz size, but the regular old size, probably 12 oz or so)
1 tub of sour cream
1 tub of cream cheese
1 can of enchilada sauce
1 package of Mexican shredded cheese blend
2 limes
Any other toppings you want (tomatoes, green onions, regular onions, olives, etc)

Hardware:
Large baking dish
Large mixing bowl
Wooden spoon
Knife
Skillet

Here's what you do
1. Preheat your oven to 350
2. Spray your baking dish with non-stick cooking spray
3. Cut your chicken tenders into medium sized pieces, meanwhile, heat your pan over medium heat and add some EVOO.
4. Cook the chicken till it's done.
5. Put the chicken in the bowl and add the green chillies, black beans, half of the enchilada sauce, 1/4 of the tub of sour cream, 1/2 the cream cheese, 1/2 the bag of shredded cheese, and the juice of the 2 limes.  Mix till well combined.
6. Take a tortilla and place it in the baking dish and add some of the mixture, and fold up the tortilla.  Keep adding the mixture to the tortillas till all of the tortillas and mixture is used up.
7. Once you had your tortillas all filled and folded up, add any of the remaining mixture on top.  Add the remaining enchilada sauce , your toppings, and the rest of your cheese.
8. Put in the oven for 30 minutes.
9. Remove and let cool.  Add sour cream and salsa on top if you wish.
10 Enjoy!

Here's a few pictures:








More pictures and more recipes can be found on my food blog, just ask if you want the link.  Smiley
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12  Re: Knifty Knitter? in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by LordVader on: December 04, 2007 09:57:39 PM
ok, so this is what i have completed for christmas presents so far:


this is mi madres hat.  it's a roll-up one.  i'm very proud.


this is mi padres hat.  it's my first one that i did.  it's got a brim and the two-toned colors.  it was perhaps a bit adventagious for my first project, but nonetheless, i'm proud.


and this is the scarf i'm working on for mi madre.  i've got quite a ways to go on it still.  and that glory of a mess behind it is all my other crap that i have scatered around that i haven't bothered putting away since i got back from thanksgiving break last week.  cause i'm lazy.

but yay projects!  i'm going to start working on a scarf for my dad as soon as i get my mom's done.  i plan on doing his scarf two-toned, because i don't have a lot of the green left.

but i wanted to show my progress thus far.  and this is in about a week, plus a day.  i started on my dads hat on the saturday during the week of thanksgiving, and i finished the brim sunday, and did two rows sunday night, and finished it monday and fixed it saturday.  and i started on my mom's hat this past thursday and then i finished it up on saturday.  yeah...now i'm rambling.  i'm just really empressed with how quickly i got them done is all.  and i think i'm tired too.  i tend to ramble a lot when i'm tired.  XD
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13  Re: Knifty Knitter? in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by LordVader on: November 28, 2007 08:12:57 PM
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b250/TheatreChick63/100_0730.jpg

thats from the inside of the hat looking up.

http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b250/TheatreChick63/100_0729.jpg

top view

http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b250/TheatreChick63/100_0728.jpg

and pretty much the whole thing

i'm super proud, but also really mad that it came unraveled somewhat.
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