Guac with the Lot

20140319_184406Sticking with the recent quick meals theme this is a favourite indulgence I really enjoy. Nachos, and having some nice ripe avos’ I made Guacamole as well. It was really good, your brain says avocado, your tongue goes ah, lime then your mouths says emmmmmm chilli. These were 20140319_184401 beef nachos with of course the guac, sour cream, cheese and fresh lime. Another 15 minute masterpiece.

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Mexican Sushi?

20140118_134329 Well that’s a bit of a stretch but it was a way to get rid of a left over enchilada from dinner the night before. I just sliced the enchilada into rounds and added some fresh plum and peach slices and a bit of tasty cheese. If nothing else it used up left overs and made for an interesting lunch.20140117_194258

Gringo Enchiladas

20140117_19425820140117_18460120140117_19394820140117_19244820140117_19292320140117_194500Something we don’t eat a lot of, Mexican. I don’t know why, because we always enjoy it when I do make it. Paula had been asking for those chicken wrappy Mexican things…fa…burr…Enchiladas? Yes enchiladas! A chicken breast from the freezer, canned red kidney beans, chilli’s, tomato, onion, garlic, a little leafy greens (any will do, spinach, Asian greens) and I used a little fajita seasoning as I only had Asian red chilli’s not habanero or similar so needed that Mexican heat and taste. Lastly I added a can of diced tomato and salt and pepper. Wrap in tortillas and top with cheesy roux based sauce and bake for a bit until golden and oozy. I made a simple cucumber, tomato and corn salad to go with.