Oh, how nice it is to be back with my dear quilting friends! I took a couple of quilt projects with me to Bamako, but never really got them out while we were there. It’s been a joy to reunite with my Wednesday quilt group. Being with these good friends and stitching together feeds my soul.
Not only do we stitch, we talk about what’s going on in our world, ways we can help, things we can do, and what we can pray for. This is a group of kind humanitarian-minded women who do good in the world.
Today was my turn to make lunch. I brought our favorite Chicken Nacho Casserole, refried beans, chips and salsa, fruit and some Braetzle cookies.
Here’s the recipe for the Chicken Nacho Casserole:
Chicken (about 8 breasts, cooked, and cut up)
1-2 small cans of green chilies
2 cups of sour cream (you can also use cottage cheese, or both)
some chopped green onion or dehydrated onion
a sprinkle of cumin seeds
1 can cream of chicken soup
1 package of corn or flour tortillas cut or torn into 1″ pieces
grated jack & cheddar cheese (lots) (mix some in and put some on top)
If you like it more gooey, add a little milk.
Mix it all together in a large bowl, put into a 9 x 13″ casserole dish, cover with cheese and chopped green onions.
Bake at 325 for 35-40 min, until it’s hot and bubbly
Serve with chips & salsa