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This Chicken Black Bean Taco Bake is another great Mexican-inspired recipe for those hectic midweek nights. With a few simple cheats, you can have a great-tasting dinner ready in about half an hour! The cheese lovers in your family will go wild over this one, I think. Granted, it doesn’t skimp on the meat, either. It’s a quick and easy recipe but still manages to be rather hearty and filling.
Though you are welcome to cook chicken on your own, the easiest thing to do for a recipe like this is to buy a nice rotisserie chicken and shred that up. It minimizes the hassle, and it’s already nicely seasoned for a savory, creamy, cheese-rich recipe such as this. I do recommend investing in a good iron skillet if you don’t have one already; they last forever (the one I have has been in the family for over 100 years and is still going strong) and are great when you need really even heating or if you need to do transfers between stove and oven, such as this.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Picky Palate
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