1First cut Pablano, red and yellow peppers into thin strips. The thinner the better because they cook faster.
2Cut both yellow onions into strips
3Cut both chicken breasts into strips into sort of thin strips (It shouldn’t be hella important how thin they are because they will be chillin out with onions which need to carmalize)
4Throw all ingredients so far into a big old pan and drizzle olive oil over to help with caramelization of onions
5Stir so that chicken is to Yosemite Sam guaranteed to be cooked
615-30 mins later turn off heat (technically onions wouldn’t be caramelized but that our little secret)
7Place how many ever flour tortilla’s out
8Put a spoon full of baked beans into to tortilla (I used baked beans because it’s a heck of a lot easier to buy a can of baked beans then make them from scratch for the sake of a simple burrito for any given meal for myself)
9Put Pollo con Raja to desired
10Roll tortilla into burrito ( If you don’t know how to then Google it)
12place burrito flap down onto hot pan so as to seal
An elevated version of the recipe we all know and love, Fresh Corn Spoonbread is almost just as it sounds – made with fresh ears of corn and served in single-serving ramekins with a spoon like you would corn pudding.
Where to Store Coffee Beans
Keep them away from heat, light, moisture, and air.
White Bean and Ham Soup
A humble ham bone is the basis of this hearty, classic soup. Carrots, onions, celery, and thyme add nuance to the savory broth, and white beans add bulk and creamy texture (some beans are mashed to thicken the soup, while some are left whole). Diced ham stirred in at the end makes this a filling, flavorful meal.