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Absolutely delicious! I like spicy, so I added a diced chipotle chile and a couple tablespoons of adobo sauce. VERY good! I also made the cheese as my top layer..just a personal preference. Will definitely make this again!
What a great use of leftover chicken, this went over well with both hubby & Miss 5 year old and mum who was visiting, easy to put together and a great Friday night dinner. Made as directed minus the olives as we're not fans of them. Thanks for posting!
I've made a dish VERY similar to this, although instead of the olives, I add chopped/diced Ortega chiles. This doesn't make it hot, just adds more flavor. I also use the roasted chicken from COSTCO and merely shred it ....saves a LOT of time! It was delicious! Thanks!
Served this at a dinner party for six adults and one child, and the pan was completely empty by the end. Everyone loved it, and it was the first Mexican food that was mild enough for my three-year-old to eat. It smelled amazing in the oven. I will definitely be making this ofen. Made for ZWT5 Family Picks. Thanks!
So quick and easy! My family really enjoyed this. I just left out the olives because my family does not like them. I will definitely be making this again. Made for ZWT5.
This was a lovely, quick meal & so easy to make. I followed the recipe, excluding olives & topping with light cheddar cheese. I think I'd add a little Mexican Chili Powder next time to give a bit of a kick, but was enjoyed by all. Thanks lazyme for this keeper. Made for ZWT4
I made this tonight and had it in the oven in under 10 minutes. I omitted the olives and onions - did't have any. Will add kidney beans next time. As I had a screaming new born who wanted to be fed, I did not have time to pre-cook the diced chicken, so I added 20 minutes to the cook time - perfect!! Great with rice, guacamole and corn chips.
This is delicious and easy to put together. I used a mango for the garnish because papayas were very costly. Otherwise the only change I'd suggest is browning it on top under the broiler before removing it from the oven.
This was a tasty dish. I like the combination of sour cream and salsa. I omitted the olives and garnishes. Great recipe to use up leftover cooked chicken and very easy too! Thanks for posting!