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28 October 2012

Lazy Tacos

I have this incredible lazy week! I got to stay home a few days, absolutely refused to do work on those days and the hubby took over responsibility for cooking (he makes some yummy spagheti :). It was wonderful, but sadly for a reason- with the weather changing (ie. becoming distatefully colder, as I enjoy warm weather)- I have been experiencing gosh awful sinus headaches. The kind where they do not go away for days and as the day progresses keeps getting worse and worse until you just give up and just try to sleep it away. So, although I enjoyed the "relaxing" weekend, I did not appreciate how I got it and I missed out on some great Halloween fun as I stayed home to sleep :/

Aywhoo...today was a better day. I realized I need to take: Claritin, Sudafed (2), and my nasal steroid right when I wake up, to slightly deter the horrible headache that will manifest. Well- even though I felt better- have you ever had those days where you just want to be lazy, so so so utterly lazy. And just not cook at all?! Even me- loving my food blog, loving to experiment with new recipes and enjoy yummy food- has days where I just do not want to make dinner. Today marks one of those days- though I did have some energy to make dessert but Im trying to cut back on eating sweets plus I plan to make some for Halloween (Im quite excited about this- I love making holiday treats!). Well- lazy days equal crockpot dinners, more specifically, lazy tacos :) Not the prettiest, but definitely delicious and easy!

Adapted from Genaw


2 pounds boneless chicken breasts
1 can diced tomatoes
2 cans of enchilada sauce
1/2 packet of taco seasoning
3/4 c. green onions (plus 1/4 for garnish)
Cilantro, Salt and Pepper to taste
1 1/2 c. of shredded cheese (Mexican Blend)


Combine chicken breasts, tomatoes, enchilada sauce, taco seasoning, green onions, salt, pepper and cilantro in crockpot and cook on low heat for 8 hours. Once cooked, shred chicken using two forks and let sit for one hour for chicken to soak up the sauce. Sprinkle with shredded cheese and let melt. Sprinkle some green onions for garnish. Maybe eat with some rice or (what we did)- refried beans.


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