Chicken Chipotle With Rice

Recipe from Food Nanny Cookbook

serves 4 |  time: 30mins


Ingedients:

3/4 lb bacon, cooked and torn/cut into pieces

4 small boneless/skinless chicken breasts

Fresh ground black pepper

2 Tbs olive oil

2 cups sour cream

1/4 cup milk

1 7oz can of Chipotles in Adobo Sauce


Directions:

1. Start frying bacon.  If you are like me and have a hard time doing multiple things in the kitchen at once. Or if you are also like me and hate bacon grease popping on you and hide behind a screen then cooking bacon in the oven may be a better option. 🙂 lay bacon on a baking sheet that is lined with foil. Bake at 400 for 10-15mins, or until bacon reaches desired crunchiness.

2. Pound chicken breasts with meat mallet.

3. sprinkle generously with black pepper

4. In a large frying pan over medium heat add the olive oil. Saute the chicken for about 3 min. per side. Remove from heat.

5. Place the sour cream, bacon pieces, 1 to 2 chipotles from the can and 1/4 cup milk in a food processor or blender and blend well.

6. Pour the sauce over the cooked chicken and return to medium heat and bring to a boil. Stir the sauce into the chicken juices. Cover and let simmer until the chicken is fully cooked and sauce is like gravy.


Serve with rice and corn tortillas.

Caramel Brownies


Ingredients:

  • 50-ish caramels (11-13oz)
  • Chocolate Cake Mix (Devil’s Food)
  • Evaporated Milk (divided)
  • 1/2 c. butter (melted)
  • Chocolate Chips (however much you want, but about 1 c.)


Directions:

  1. Mix the cake mix with the butter and 1/3 c. evaporated milk
  2. Divide the mix into two, press half into the bottom of an ungreased 9×13 pan and bake for 6 minutes at 350°F
  3. Melt the caramels with 1/3 c. evaporated milk
  4. Pour the melted caramel mixture onto the baked brownie bottom
  5. Sprinkle chocolate chips over the caramel
  6. Drop the remaining cake mixture over the top
  7. Bake at 350°F for 15-20 minutes
  8. Try not to eat all of them in one-sitting (maybe this last step is only necessary for me, but we can all probably use the reminder. . .)

 

p.s. Thanks for the recipe Mom!