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Recipe Source: Kip Alexandre’ Faulk

Prep/Cooking Time: 1 hour, 10 minutes


1 large onion (diced)
2 cloves garlic (minced)
1 can Rotel tomatoes w/ Chiles (Mexican Syle if possible)
1 can diced tomatoes
1 can tomato sauce
1 package taco seasoning mix (I like Old El Paso)
1 can kidney beans (w/ liquid)
1 can pinto beans (w/ liquid)
1 cans or 2 black beans (w/ liquid)
1 can whole kernel corn
1 package Hidden Valley Ranch dry mix
4 ounces lime juice
1 can water
3 boneless chicken breasts
chili powder
cayenne pepper


Sautee’ diced onions over a medium heat for about 10 minutes (until wilted). Add 1 can of diced onions and 1 can Rotel tomatoes w/Chiles.

Allow these to cook for about a minute, constantly stirring to prevent sticking. Now add a can of tomato sauce (keep the can to use later to measure water). Allow this mixture to sit for a minute or so, and then add all of your other canned ingredients. Once all the canned ingredients are added, mix the taco seasoning mix and 1 cup of water inside the empty tomato sauce can. Pour this mixture into the pot.

Next, in a bowl, wisk the Hidden Valley Ranch dry mix into the lime juice (the mixture will probably have a few clumps in it; this is ok.)

Now add that mixture to the main pot as well and stir everything together.

In a skillet, or grill, grill 3 chicken breats until they are nearly cooked. *Do not cook them thoroughly as they will dry up and not absorb any liquid.* Next, cube the chicken breasts into 1/4 inch cubes. Add the chicken to the main pot and cook for one hour.


Recommended Sides: This would go well with cornbread, or as a complement to any main entree’.