I love Mexican food.
You know this.
I make it all sorts of ways. All kinds of days.
OMG make it stop. The point is, I like Mexican food a LOT, and, thankfully, so does Jay.
One way I love to incorporate these flavors is into a Mexican Skillet, like I did here awhile ago. You just saute any veggies you like over really high heat with cumin, salt, and chili powder. Then you do the same with some sliced meat, if you’re into that kind of thing. Then you broil the whole thing covered with cheese until it’s bubbly. I serve it with rice, tortillas, sour cream, salsa, and a totally random combination of toppings, depending on what I have on hand.
The great thing about this meal is that it’s so different every time we make it based on what sides or toppings or meat or veggies or sauce we want – it’s so much fun! Plus, everyone can make their own plate exactly like they want.
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Here are some things I like to serve with/on this fun dish:
This is so yummy that I included it in this week’s Weekend Potluck. It’s this cute thing where blogs from EVERYWHERE can submit recipes to share with others – it’s so fun to check out new things!