Mexican Chicken Skillet, Healthy and Delicious!

Mexican Chicken Skillet, Healthy and Delicious!
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  1. My daddy always made me rice with butter and sugar for breakfast on Sunday mornings before church. It was good but the memories are so much better!

  2. Oh yes I love love rice I could eat it every day .I have got my cabinet full of it and I do serve it several different ways .and I like to fry it as well . And I also like this sweet delicious dish you cooked up looks sooo tasty ……. Thank you for the upload …….

  3. I WANT that BIG SKILLET ! PLEASE tell me where to get it πŸ‘β€οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈπŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

  4. Totally off topic but, I like the way u always wash hands- we Southerners cook that way. I have watched video's and they don't wash or rinse. Your a real cook- keep up the great cookin

  5. I made something similar for years. I had also gotten in the habit of topping everything with cheese. It is a hard habit to break. Instead you can use non fat yogurt on the top or even a smashed avocado. Then it might be considered healthy.

  6. Made this last night with the exception of using already cooked pulled chicken from my groceries deli department. So I just added the oil, little salt and pepper and heated through as if I had cooked it and proceeded with your directions. My husband and I both liked it very much and I plan to add this recipe to my regular rounds of meals. Thanks so much! It's about time I made another one of your chocolate pies too! πŸ™‚

  7. We never ate rice growing up. That's because my Dad didn't like it. My husband loved it so I made all the time. Now I love it and I can make it for my son every day.

  8. I make something like this a lot..it’s very versatile. I usually add rotel and corn. I don’t always use rice. After I make the mixture I layer it like a casserole with tortilla chips. You can even make it into a soup

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