Here's a nice, light, weeknight meal to make after all the heavy eating of Thanksgiving! Takes almost no time at all and I would recommend serving with mashed potatoes or rice pilaf along with a green veggie.
We're moving and I am in the clean-out-the-pantry phase of packing. This is a great recipe for that, as you can use almost anything you want in these (within reason): shredded chicken, green chiles, different kinds of cheeses, etc.. And I didn't have the time to make the enchilada sauce, but I did have some bottled already in the fridge, along with leftover salsa. So I just combined those on the stove and added some chili powder, cumin, and garlic powder for extra flavor. Use corn or flour tortillas as well!
So delicious - this will definitely be added into my favorite recipe file. I added a few dashes of Tabasco sauce before turning on the slow cooker to add a little more spice. Definitely try this with the pickles and ketchup as garnish - sounds weird but adds to the flavor! I served this alongside Texas Toast and a green salad.
An easy and tasty weeknight dinner. I recommend making the fajita seasoning shown on the recipe - quick, easy, and less sodium than the store-bought brands. Substitute chicken if you're not a seafood fan!