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« Reply #30: September 08, 2010, 10:49:29 am »

Coke Zero doesn't have sucralose/splenda that I know of... check the label before you use it Smiley

It's sweetened with aspartame, as are regular Diet Coke, Diet Pepsi, and Pepsi Max.  Diet cola sweetened with Splenda would pretty much be Diet Rite, as far as I'm aware, at least in my area.
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« Reply #31: September 15, 2010, 12:00:42 am »

This one turned out pretty good too when we made it... yes, it's another "mex" meal, and... oddly enough it also has Rotel in it... can you see we love that stuff?


Chicken Enchiladas:

Boil about 3-4 chicken breasts in a pot of water, then shred it into a bowl.  Add 1 can of Rotel diced tomatoes and chilis, and 2 cups of your favorite shredded cheese.

Prepare rice however you prefer to prepare it, whether spanish rice or just instant white rice, whatever floats your boat, enough for about 6 servings.  Spread the rice on the bottom of the pan and mix with a little of your favorite enchilada sauce.  (we just used the Old El Paso one actually it was good)

Roll the chicken mixture into tortillas and lay them side by side over the rice.  Top with enchilada sauce and cover with cheese.  Bake at 350 until the cheese on top gets a little bit crusty.

Also very easy to make.  You can serve with corn or even mix it up into the chicken mix if you want.

Being Texan, we love tex-mex and even authentic mexican food.  But I don't necessarily have the time.  My family really enjoys the enchiladas that I make, but full time mom and full time job take a lot of time.  So I made up a dish and they love it just as much.  I call it Enchilada Casserole.

Tomato sauce, ground beef (or whatever meat), can of refried beans, can of Campbell's fiesta nacho cheese, tortillas (I use flour), your choice of cheese (I use velveeta, but have used shredded cheddar in a pinch)

Enchilada Sauce:
Can of tomato sauce (10.75 oz)
Half a can of water (the tomato sauce can)
Lowry's Garlic Salt, chili powder (don't be chinchy with it), cumin (a little goes a long way), pepper (to your liking)
    Put it on medium heat in a sauce pan, stirring occasionally, and let it cook while you do the rest

Meat:
I use ground beef and use the same seasonings from above
Finely chopped onions (so the kids don't know they are there)
Jalepenos if I make "one for the kids and one for us"

In casserole dish:
Put a little sauce on the bottom
Put down a tortilla
Slather some refried beans on the tortilla (it's actually easier if you do it like you put butter on bread and then put it in the dish)
Spoon some meat on that
Spoon some of the fiesta nacho cheese on top of the meat
Add some cheese (and onions and peppers if you want)
Spoon some more sauce on top of that and repeat these steps until you have used up everything

Cook on 400 until everything is melted and bubbly, 15-20 minutes maybe

It seems like a lot, but it is actually very easy!
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