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CLRWILLIAMS25 SparkPoints: (33,990)
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5/3/13 3:08 P

The salsa chicken really does make a nice, large batch. We served it like fajitas with all of the fixings (I used lettuce as my wrap). It definitely goes well with a starch item (we served it over pasta and rice too). I also ate it with some cheese melted on top. Sorry I didn't really expand your ideas. It is a versatile recipe.

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5/3/13 1:25 A

I've been on a hunt for recipes that are easy, inexpensive, and make several servings- perfect for packing into containers for last-minute lunches and dinners. A couple weeks ago, I tried the Tuna Noodle Casserole from the Sparkpeople cookbook. This weekend, I think I want to take on Salsa Chicken.

I just know that I'm going to need to change up how I serve it to keep from getting bored, so I want to think of as many different ways as possible of serving it.

So far, I've thought of:

-Salsa chicken with shredded lettuce and cheese in taco shells
-Adding beans, cheese, and lettuce and serving over tortilla chips or in a tortilla as a burrito
-Serving over brown rice, quinoa, or whole wheat pasta

Any other ideas? I want to have some fun with this recipe.

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