Hi and welcome back to You Link It, We Make It. This week I’m featuring this delicious maxi-cali style chicken skillet dinner from Family Food on the Table. This was an easy, great new weeknight meal that everyone approved!
Okay, first – Let’s party!
Here’s how the party works.
1. Link up your best recipes. Please link up your post that contains your recipe. We don’t want to send our readers to more than one click for the recipes. But we will be sending them to you!
2. Each of our hosts will pick one recipe to make, review and share.
3. In addition to our chosen recipe to make and review, we will also pick an additional two features. All picks will be promoted and shared across our social media profiles. As a feature, you will also be invited to pin to our group Pinterest board!
Each week we will each pick three features to share with you guys, and we will each make one. Here are our yummy picks this week.
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Kim of Knock it Off Kim
April of Uncookie Cutter
I’m April, and I’m sharing my journey of fixing up our realtor described “uncookiecutter” house. I love to build furniture, crafts, home decor projects, recipes – really anything to do with the home. I love to try and recreate things in popular stores, with my own unique twist. Thanks for joining me on my journey!
This week I picked to make Mexi-Cali Style Chicken Skillet Dinner from Family Food on the Table!
This meal was quick, easy and super yummy. I started by cooking my chicken in the crock pot with a can of ginger ale. You can use any cooked chicken for this recipe, this is just my go to way to cook it. After the chicken cooked, I just chopped it up with some peppers and onions.
Then it’s just throwing in the skillet with the spices.
Easy peasy and the spices were spot on. I loved this recipe because you can do it a number of different ways. The kids opted for “nacho” style. I threw some shredded Monterey Jack, salsa and avocado on top.
My husband went for soft taco style with the same toppings.
Or you can do it “bowl” style to save calories!
They were all fantastic – not going to lie – I tried it each way :). The leftovers are great too! Yum!
That’s it! Check out the full recipe for the Chicken Skillet Dinner HERE.
This week my co-host Kim made a no-bake Key Lime Pie. She said it was so easy her 9 year old made it and so good! Go over and visit her HERE and get a link to the pie!
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- Please hop around and check out some other recipes – share the love!
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- We will make one recipe from those linked up each week to make and feature, and will share our own personal pictures of our result.
- We will also pick two additional recipes each to feature.
- All six featured will be shared out through our social media accounts and all recipe owners will be invited to pin to our group Pinterest board. Please note, linking up gives your hosts permission to share your photo and your recipe across social media, with proper credit of course.
- We will send a reminder each Wednesday morning to come back and link up again!
Thanks so much for stopping by! Can’t wait to see some of your yummy recipes. Make sure to stop by Family Food on the Table for the full Chicken Skillet Dinner recipe. Thanks for joining us!
Chicken Skillet Dinner
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