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An allergy-friendly creamy Tex-Mex casserole and a use up for chip crumbs!
I have to give kudos to Leanne Vogel for the “cheesy sauce” recipe. I had been working through a couple of challenges that both came together in this one recipe. I have a family favorite chicken casserole recipe that calls for layering corn tortillas in a monterey jack and sour cream sauce. That recipe causes problems for me with both the corn tortillas and the cheesy sauce. 🙁
A quick and easy meal for any time of day and a great use up for leftovers.
These mini frittatas have saved me many morning when I otherwise wouldn’t have time for breakfast. It’s so easy to heat up a couple and pop them into my purse to eat once I arrive at the office.
What’s the difference between Chicken Tikka Masala and Tikka Makhani (Butter Chicken)?
When researching the recipe for this dish, I found that the recipes are often interchangeable. I dug deeper and found that masala is spicier and uses white meat and makhani includes butter and dark meat. Mmmm. Give me the dark meat any day!
My version of a kitchen salad is a cross between a waldorf salad and a cobb salad. I really like the tart crunch of apple in an otherwise savory dish. I also like everything finely chopped so that you can get a taste of everything in each bite. This is my go-to lunch during the Summer. It’s easy to make, filling, and doesn’t heat up the kitchen. Let’s face it—not heating of any part of the house unnecessarily in a top priority in the South during the Summer.
If you’ve been following along, you’ve now got a refrigerator full of bone broth. What do you do next?
At this point the broth has settled overnight in the refrigerator. You can see three distinct layers—fat, broth, and sediment. You can skim off the fat to use in cooking if you purchased high quality birds. Otherwise discard the fat and the sediment.