I try and make a variety of dinners and I am always looking for new, quick, healthy recipes that don't require a lot of fancy ingredients, this recipe ticks all those boxes and is delicious to boot. I found the recipe on Mels Kitchen Cafe blog and I have altered the recipe to use a chilli sauce instead of the Poblano chilli called for in the recipe, as I couldn't find that particular kind of chilli at my local supermarket. I think next time I make this, I will substitute a green capsicum for the Poblano chilli. I also think the sauce I used worked well, although good old sweet chilli sauce might work as well, and give the dish a little kick of chilli without too much heat.
|Chop oregano finely|
|Heat a heavy based, non stick pan to medium high heat, add chicken and what ever chilli sauce you are using|
|Sauté until chicken is cooked through|
|Add all other ingredients, except the corn and lime juice to the pan|
|Give everything a good stir, reduce heat to medium low|
|Pop a lid on the frypan and let cook away on a lowish heat for 20 minutes|
|Meanwhile cut up an avocado and tomatoes and finely chop the coriander. These are your accompaniments for this dish|
|Add the corn and the lime juice|
|And give it a good stir|
|Finally, add the grated cheese and again give it a good stir|
|A fantastic, quick, one pan dish, that is delicious and nutritious. What's not to love?|
|Serve with sour cream, avocado, tomatoes and coriander. YUM!|
So, tell me, what one pan recipe do you make and love?