Enjoy this easy and quick meal any day of the week!
So when I first shared this recipe on my Instagram stories (@rickiloves) a few weeks back it was going down in my DMs! Finally I was able to make it again so I can share it with you all! Please let me know if you make it and I hope you enjoy!
Ground meat (I used about 2lbs)
Ranch dressing seasoning (not pictured)
Salsa or Picante Sauce (It’s a TX thing!)
1 block of cream cheese
Colby Jack or Mexican Blend Shredded Cheese
Fixins (toppings like sour cream, guacamole, etc)
- Cook ground meat in a skillet and season with taco and ranch dressing seasonings while you boil the jumbo shells
- Add block of cream cheese and mix thoroughly
- After Shells have finished cooking drain, rinse with cold water and let cool.
- Pour salsa or picante sauce in the bottom of a pan (I used the pan I make lasagna in) until the bottom is complete covered
- Take cooled shells and stuff with ground beef mixture and add to pan over the salsa.
- After the pan is filled pour can of enchilada sauce over the shells. Top with cheese.
- Bake covered with foil in oven set on 350 degrees for 15-20 mins then remove foil and bake for another 5-10 minutes until cheese is melted thru.
I topped mine with fresh cilantro and served it with fixins and charro beans!
This is an easy and quick recipe that is a different twist on Stuffed shells and my family loves it. I have included the link for the video I used for this recipe below because she gives great tips on how to freeze it. Give this meal a try and make two so you can freeze one for later because you WILL want to eat it again!
Soooo if you follow me on social media (which you definitely should! Instagram: @rickiloves) you know I usually share what I cook for my family throughout the week. And several people asked me to start sharing recipes on my blog. And of course I will! Apart of being a #seasonednevertasteless woman is knowing how to do a little something, something in the kitchen. By no means am I chef but I do know how to get a meal together usually quickly and for the low low. Actually I am NOT one of those women who love to cook, I actually love to bake but unfortunately my husband and kids (well maybe they could) can’t live off cheesecakes, cookies and brownies.
A recipe that all my family enjoys is Teriyaki Crockpot Chicken. I say all my family because my husband is a picky man and he actually likes this too. This meal is easy to throw together and you can add some veggies or rice or even fried rice (they make already frozen fried rice in the freezer section of your local grocery store) and have a fast meal and never fire up a stove if you don’t want to. And nobody has to know but you and me and whoever else reads this lol. Let’s do this hunny!
Teriyaki Crockpot Chicken
Pack of chicken drumsticks or whatever part of the chicken you like (thighs are great for this recipe too)
Now I don’t measure so these are estimates but I suggest you start with a little and taste later and add more if needed. The rule when seasoning is you can always add more later but you can’t take away.
- 2-3 TSP of Seasoning Salt (I use Tony’s Chacheres)
- 1-2 TSP of Onion powder
- 1-2 TSP of Garlic powder
- 1/2 TSP of ground ginger (optional)
- 1 TBS of Rice wine vinegar (optional)
- 1/2 cup of teriyaki sauce
- 2-3 TSP of soy sauce
- 3 TBS of brown sugar
- 2 TBS of honey (I had blue agave syrup)
- 1/4 orange juice or pineapple juice
You can also add BBQ sauce to make Teriyaki BBQ chicken. That’s really good and it thickens the sauce.
- Spray your crockpot with oil spray or use a liner.
- Add cleaned chicken
- Add all ingredients starting with the dry seasonings and then the wet.
Cook on crockpot on low for 4-6 hours.
When I’m done cooking if my sauce isn’t thick I may take some out, add a little cornstarch, mix and add back in but if the sauce isn’t thick it’s still okay your chicken will have soooo much flavor! Serve over rice with veggies and you have a complete meal!!! Hope you enjoy and please let me know if you make this. There will be more recipes coming soon because I think it’s important to share things that help me get adulting done lol!