While killing time, walking around searching for polenta--which, by the way, must not be a very high demand item in central Oklahoma--I noticed this new product on the shelf and had to check it out.
This is the first time I've recommended a food item on my blog. But, if you like Southwest style cooking/dips I think you'll like the Sante Fe Blend of the new Philly product.
On the back of the container there's a recipe for chicken enchiladas so I picked up a container of this to experiment with.
When I opened it, I decided to taste it on a tortilla chip to see how spicy it is. Yum! It would be fine to just use as a dip!
It seems to me that a recipe is actually a "suggestion" of how you should prepare a dish so I added a can of chopped green chilies and a little extra cheese and made layered, rather than rolled, chicken enchiladas. They're delicious, and using boneless chicken breasts, you can assemble this in about 20 minutes. It takes about 30-45 minutes to bake in the oven.
This is a product I'll definitely use a lot!