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    Monday, July 20, 2009

    Tuesday Blog Hop!!!

    Well ladies and gents its that time again! Blog Hop!! :) Come and join the fun!

    This weeks its all about your favorite recipes... here is one of mine :) My mom use to make this alot when I was a teenager, me and my friends would gobble it up. I made a few variations on it, I've never actually written it down, I just make it from memory... I Hope you like it!

    Crockpot enchilada Casserole


    2 bunches of green onions

    1 large bag of corn tortillas (50 count or more)

    3 cans of green chilis

    2 cans of green enchilada sauce

    1-2 bags of shredded cheese(we use a casein free product but you can use real cheese)

    1-2 pounds of ground chicken or turkey (you can use beef if you like)

    ***Cook up ground chicken/turkey and set to the side

    In a large crockpot start making layers as follows:

    Pour some green enchilada sauce on the bottom of crockpot enough to evenly coat the bottom, next put a layer of corn tortillas to cover the bottom, on top of tortillas put a layer of ground chicken/turkey, on top of that sprinkle some green chilis and green onions, on top of that put a layer of green sauce, on top of that put a liberal amount of cheese, then top it with another layer of corn tortillas... Do that same process over again until you get to the top of your crockpot. Once you get to the top make sure you layer with generous amount of green sauce, green chilis and top it off with cheese.

    Set crockpot on medium , usually takes about 2-3 hours, cooking time varies depending on your crockpot. You'll know when its done because the sauce and cheese will be bubbling. You can also make this in a conventional oven, just put it in a large pan and put it on 360 for about an hour.

    Garnish your plate with corn tortilla chips and home made salsa!!

    Start here with your content. Replace this paragraph, and everything down to AND INCLUDING the word: STOP. DO NOT REMOVE OR CHANGE THE CODE BEYOND THE WORD STOP BELOW! This has been the most requested theme, so I hope we have a record turnout. Please put up a post with your favorite recipe, or if you don't have the recipe, a photo of your favorite dish and a description. Here's a sample post I did for you: http://www.mcklinkyblog.com/2009/07/mcklinky-blog-hop-for-july-21-2009.html Also, be sure to submit your recipe here too: http://www.mcklinky.com/recipes.asp! I WILL CREATE A MckLinky RECIPE BOOK, AND MAKE IT AVAILABLE TO ALL BLOG HOPPERS FOR FREE! ...STOP
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    KT said...

    Your recipe sounds great! I love crock pot dishes!

    BTW I am a teacher and really enjoy working with students that have special needs. I am following your blog because I know I will enjoy reading about your son.


    Ave said...

    I love Mexican food. Have to try your recipe. Thanks for sharing.

    AMH615 said...

    I make something very close but with flour tortillas and I bake it. It's DH's favorite. This would be even easier since it could cook all day and be ready when I get home. Can't wait to try it!

    Mommyto3K's said...

    Yum, I will have to give that a try. Thanks for sharing.

    Get Real Girl said...

    Yum! I love mexican and I love the crockpot. What a great combination. I will definitely be trying this one out.

    Crystal said...

    I read your blog post on Adventures in Autism about the swine flu. Very interesting. Can't wait to read your blog. :)

    Sally said...

    Holy Guacamole that sounds good!!! Ingredients will go on this weeks shopping list!! Thanks for posting it!

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