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Real Food Friday: EASY Chicken Enchilada Stuffing

This recipe is so quick and easy you’ll make it tonight and laugh at me for posting it as a recipe. πŸ™‚

Kiser Ridge Farm 2015

real food chicken enchilada

1 DISH!!




Preheat oven to 400

1.Salsa (your favorite brand just check the label to ensure it has only real food ingredients)
My Salsa lists these ingredients
1. Crushed Tomatoes
2. Jalapeno Peppers
3. Onions
4. Distilled Vinegar
5. Garlic
6. Diced Tomatoes
7. Water
8. Salt
9. Sweet Peppers

2. Boneless Skinless Chicken (breast, tenders, whatever works fine, thinner sliced cooks more quickly)

3. Taco Seasoning Spices (see list below, you can make your own taco seasoning with these few spices and never have to buy the chemical laden, msg containing junk again.)
Taco Seasoning Mix Ingredients:
1. Cumin

2. Cayenne Pepper Powder
3. Chili Powder
4. Salt
5. Garlic Powder
6. Paprika

4. Montreal Steak Seasoning


Place your chicken in the bottom of a glass baking dish.  For our family of 10 I used two 9×13 casserole dishes and about 2 lbs of chicken breasts cut thin in each dish.
Pour the salsa over the top of the chicken until it is submerged.
Sprinkle the taco seasoning spices on top of it. In each dish I used about 1 TBSP of cumin and about a tsp of the rest and sprinkle on the Montreal steak seasoning to taste.
Cover the dish with aluminum foil and bake at 400 until the chicken is done.  (about 30 to 45 minutes done is 180F at the thickest part).  (Use this time to chop up lettuce, tomato, melt cheese, dice onions, etc. (whatever ingredients you like on top of your tacos) set the table, lay out the burrito or taco shells etc. )
Once the chicken is fully cooked, remove the dish from the oven, use a pair of tongs and kitchen scissors to cut the meat up into little small pieces or use to forks to shred it.
VOILA you are done, it is fully seasoned, all mixed up, and ready to put in shells or over chips.  πŸ™‚
ENJOY your quick, easy, home-cooked, delicious REAL FOOD meal!!!!

I apologize there aren’t more pictures.  This was such a quick and easy real food meal and we were in such a hurry that I completely forgot to take step by step instructions.

The step before the chicken is shredded and the salsa all mixed in. Seriously folks, I put the breasts in the pan, covered them with salsa and the seasonings, then baked, then mixed. πŸ™‚

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