Thanks Kristin, for another awesome recipe post! You are a modern day Julia Child!!
I’m turning it over to her today so I can focus on the baby reveal! I have a feeling it s going to be either a boy or a girl. #corny
Take it away Julia…I mean Kristin!
I have to be totally honest – I didn’t know how this recipe would turn out and was a little nervous going into this. I usually make things that are tried and true when cooking for other people. Maybe I was just feeling adventurous 🙂 I’ve never made Pollo Fundido before, but it looked so yummy that I had to give it a try.
First, I had to make chili salt using a few spices I had in my pantry. The instructions are linked in the recipe, but I didn’t make as much as what was called for. Y’all, that stuff made this dish! It added just enough spiciness.
Next, I seasoned the chicken tenderloins. The recipe called for chicken breasts cut in half lengthwise, but I’m lazy so I bought the tenderloins.
They were good, but the breasts probably would’ve been better. I pan fried these with a little olive oil. While cooking the chicken I heated up the cheese dip in the microwave per package instructions.
After the chicken was cooked through and through, I poured in the cheese dip. I used 3/4 of the container and reserved the rest to pour over the Spanish rice.
Thats how simple this Pollo Fundido was. We loved this recipe and went back for seconds!
*The recipe called for onions, but no one at my house is a fan, so we skipped out on that part.
Thanks again Kristin! I think I’ll try that. It looks delicious!
I just received these trendy Snake Skin Sneakers but haven’t yet worn them. I love the look of them. They have a subtle sheen and feel good on. $40 doesn’t hurt too much for a trend that probably has an expiration date.