I’m sorry guys, I still don’t have any pictures for you. I really enjoyed this recipe. Its great on its own with normal “chicken” side dishes, or over pasta. If you’re putting it over pasta I’d recommend a bit more olive oil in the pan at the end to get up all those flavors. My husband wasn’t as fond of it. He’s not real big on lemon and this is rather strong in that aspect.

I’m working on getting my camera back up so until then, you’ll just have to imagine.



Okay, so first things first. I got blogged about! This is a first for me and it probably wasn’t even very big, just a mention of a creative cranberry recipe, but it means people are really reading my blog! So thank you Sugared Ellipses and thank you everyone else.

So I know you didn’t come here for the gushing, you came here for food. I have a doosy for you today. I made the most delicious enchiladas. They were so easy too. For simplicity I went back to my staple, Kroger’s rotisserie chicken. If you include the time it took me to de-bone and de-fat the chicken, this took 30 minutes, a good thing when you’ve spent the morning playing with a three year old (not mine). These were cheesy, salty and perfectly spiced. They did however use bottled taco sauce, it was really tasty taco sauce though. So here’s an assemble and go enchilada recipe for you.

Also, I’ve misplaced my camera charger so you don’t get a picture of this. Just imagine lots of cheese.


I hope you’re all enjoing these! I’m having trouble remembering to post and keep getting down to the wire. Had a couple days where I didn’t cook dinner at home and that messes me up.

I’ve been wanting to cook this for days. I even thawed chicken on Monday. But it required me to go to the store and I really hate that. I finally went today though and it was worth it.


I’m making some changes from the way I made it when I write it down for you. Namely, I’m adding more tomatoes and I think it needs salt.

Things to think about before you start, pouring a whole bag of fresh spinach into a pan is almost impossible so if you only have one large pot (like I do) plan ahead and cook your pasta first. A little hot water on it right before serving helps loosen any stickiness. I put mine in a glass bowl with aluminum foil while I cooked the sauce


I love Chicken Salad. Just about any kind. I don’t like having to cook a chicken for it. This is why I use rotisserie chickens. I’m starting to think the hard thing about doing NaBloPoMo is going to be coming up with something clever to write before my recipe. There’s nothing really to say about this. I bought a chicken and needed to make it into something. My favorite thing is to make it into chicken salad.

(edit: I’m really an airhead sometimes and can’t remember to tag or categorize my posts…)