This is something I like to make fairly often. It’s pretty simple and delicious. It makes about 4 servings, but you can easily double the recipe. I’ll make sure to post pictures next time I make it.
1 Chicken breast
1 box Goya yellow rice
1 can Goya black beans
1 can Rotel (original or hot)
Boil and shred chicken. Make rice according to the directions on the box. Drain, rinse, and add beans. Drain and add can of Rotel. Mix together, and serve topped with Avacado slices.
Since I’m now working 6 days a week, I made it my goal for today to prepare a bunch of meals for the week. I started with chile (not my best batch), followed by baked shells with ricotta and mozzarella (yum!), and finally, my first quiche. I have to say that I was a little nervous about how it might turn out, but I was fairly impressed by my skills. After looking up a few recipes to kind of get an idea of what I wanted to do, this is what I came up with:
*I apologize for my lack of specific measurements. I’m not a fan of measuring things out unless I’m baking
4 or 5 red potatoes, peeled and shredded
1 tsp(ish) of flour