Thanks Mom that was soooo Good!
I was a hero last night with one of Laura's recipes. Everyone liked it. I served it with lots of fruit - blueberries, tangerines and grapes with yogurt on the side.
Cook up some chicken - Laura will use a whole, some breast, or a package - just depending on how many you want to serve. I put the chicken on with a can of chicken broth and simmer it till the meat flakes off.
Drain - I reserve this for soup for another meal - and add a bottle of Salsa and simmer the chicken down till most of the liquid is gone. I like to make preparations for a few meals at once, so at night its a quick fix in between lessons etc. This can be done whenever you're making preparation for dinners. Set aside.
When it comes time to make dinner:
Cream some lemon juice (I got them from Laura's tree), chopped jjalapeno (I use half or a quarter of a chili) and cream cheese - at room temperature (just set it out before Rachel's piano lesson).
Thinly spread this on one tortilla, scatter around a heaping tablespoon or more (depending on size of tortilla) of the chicken mixture, and top with some cheese (I used all the leftover cheese - cheddar, Swiss, mozzarella, and gruyere). Cheddar works.
Place another tortilla on top and grill on one side till the tortilla gets brown, then carefully flip till the other side is brown. I cut it in quarters and serve. I had to actually use the oven grill as they wouldn't fit in my frying pan and I couldn't find the cord for the electric fryer. Worked great - you can do more at a time.