There’s 30ish days in each month.
This needs to be on
one all of those days.
It’s that good.
Think of it as chicken and dumplings that went on vacation in Mexico, and came back with a gorgeous tan and spicy accent.
Chunks of chicken, simmered in a creamy and spicy tomatillo sauce, with cornmeal dumplings studded with cilantro and jalapeno. Oh yes…..
I originally found this recipe in an issue of Redbook magazine my mom had given me, I had torn it out and placed it in a sheet protector under “make one day”. That day finally came and, I added a few of my touches to make it my own. Mexican food needs cumin, fresh lime and cilantro and (of course), jalapenos.
Speaking of jalapenos… I did not use fresh in this recipe. I actually had to use jarred, pickled. Why? I had no fresh, I had none in the garden and… I was too lazy to visit the store.
I’m sure you can relate.
The verdict? It was still just right. I felt like Goldilocks after she went on her crime spree and found the perfect bowl of porridge. What kind of story was that, anyway? Thinking about it as a homeowner now, I’m pretty sure there would be some authorities showing up if some chick came into my house and ate my family’s food, and crashed out in our beds.
Where were Goldilocks’s parents?
Who drops a blonde little girl off in the woods?
What is the lesson in that story?
Don’t break into houses, even if the food is good and the beds are comfy. Bears might live there.
Hmmm… maybe it’s an odd dating analogy? Even if he takes you to nice restaurants and fabulous hotels… if he’s a bear, he’ll always be a bear.
Hopefully Goldilocks won’t break into your house and steal this food,
you gotta watch out for that girl….