Build Your Own Tostada

Tostada night is a common one around here. We enjoy it because: It’s Mexican food, and Mexican tends to be easy for nut-allergies You get to make your own Beer pairs well Easy + fast Tostadas are just like tacos, except they are giant, round, crunchy, corn tortillas that you eat like New York style pizza. Messy yet delicious. I like to have plenty of options, so for last night, we went with: McCormick taco seasoned chicken Spiced black beans Shredded cabbage from the garden Lime wedges Lettuce Tomatoes from garden Shredded cheddar cheese LaBanderita Tostadas If you’re purchasing these tostadas, they can be found just about anywhere, even Target.…

Cilantro Lime Chicken (Crock pot)

Cilantro Lime Chicken did not disappoint last week – and the good news is that it made a lot of food to eat several different ways. We had two dinners from it and lunch leftovers. This dish can be eaten plain, over jasmine rice, with tortillas chips, as a huge nacho plate with extra olives, cheese and fixins, as burritos, tacos, and quesadillas with red onion and sour cream. This recipe is flexible. It can be frozen for a few weeks if you’re planning on making this ahead of time. Our family loves easy slow cooker meals that are full of flavor. Clean up is simple and I didn’t have…