The other day I was hanging out over at my neighbor Mrs. Smith’s house, waiting for her husband to get home from grocery shopping. She had fallen and sprained her ankle in an attempt to check what they needed from the grocery store. As she was looking around her cabinets, she accidentally tripped over a little box that had fallen on the floor. Well, she was not hurt too badly, she just had to stay off her feet. So, since I knew she would not do that without supervision, I told Mr. Smith I would pass on over with lunch to help her.
I knew I had to prepare something that was a casserole type of dish. Mrs. Smith absolutely loves when I make Mexican food so I knew it was a potentially good idea to include that. More than just that, I also knew that it had to be something easy to eat.
So with all these great ideas, I put together a great casserole dish of chicken enchiladas. One more thing I knew I wanted to make sure was that there would be leftovers for them – and this dish provided just that. There was more than enough for us to eat and leftovers for them for another time.
Photo and recipe courtesy of The Country Cook.
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Quick Tip: Sprinkle a bit of hot sauce over it if you like some heat.