This Mexican Chicken Stew is one of the easiest, most delicious cool-weather stews that can be put on the table in a jiffy.
If you’re lucky enough to live where it’s still warm mid-fall, don’t tell me.
I’m just jealous that our entire family lives in So. Cal. with their 80F temps, while we saw snow today and will for months to come.
Regardless of the temps, this savory stew hits the spot. It’s goodness all around.
This one is literally a Monday night, throw-it-together tasty grub meal that tastes like you spent hours rather than nimble minutes.
The resulting Mexican Chicken Stew appears like it could have taken substantial elbow grease to pull off, but we home cooks know what really went down.
Despite the ease, this hearty and warming stew is built with real, wholesome goodness.
Just good ol’ fashioned herbs, tomatoes, chicken, and any nutritious add-ins your palate craves.
This Easy Mexican Chicken stew is a fabulous way to use all the deliciousness of leftover rotisserie chicken. The tender shredded rotisserie chicken imparts complex savory flavors to the stew.
I love diverse ways of cooking with plump, flavorful store-bought rotisserie chicken when I’m pressed for time.
Alternatively, you can quickly boil up some chicken in salty water and then shred.
The avocados are creamy and toothsome in this aromatic stew. Just be sure to reserve the avocado until the last minute, to keep it from cooking down.
Leftovers reheat beautifully. It’s okay to get out the big pot.
Source: Chew Out Loud, inspired by Dave Lieberman