Yesterday, I got a nice little note from Dana over at Simply You and Me telling me she was passing the Versatile Blogger Award onto me! I am humbled … in the vastness of the internet, it’s amazing to think people even “notice” you, let alone when other bloggers or readers that take the time to tell you that you’re doing a good job or how much you have inspired them. It really makes my day and I truly appreciate this award – and everyone who takes the time to “notice”. If you haven’t stopped by Simply You and Me, you really should. There are lots of great things over there!
Now the rules for this award are:
1. Thank the Blogger who nominated you.
2. Include a link to their site.
3. Include the award image in your post.
4. Give 7 random facts about yourself.
5. Nominate 15 other Bloggers for the award.
6. When nominating, include a link to their site.
7. Let other Bloggers know they have been nominated.
One – check, Two – check, Three – check …
Number Four – 7 interesting facts about me …
1. I hate wearing shoes … Ever. 99.9% of the time, if I am wearing shoes, it’s flip-flops … Even in the winter.
2. I’m slightly taller than my husband, but he doesn’t hold it against me. 😉
3. My favorite candy is Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups … and I prefer them frozen.
4. If given a choice on where to go for vacation, I will pick a warm, sandy beach every time.
5. I have 5 tattoos.
6. I **LOVE** to laugh.
7. I have too much useless knowledge.
The 15 Bloggers I am nominating, in no particular order:
I had a hard time choosing blogs to nominate. I love so many! Be sure to stop by and check them out. 🙂
Onto the recipe ….
This soup is reminiscent of the Chicken Enchilada Soup you’ll find at Chili’s. Depending on how hot (or mild) you like it, buy the enchilada sauce to fit your family’s tastes. I keep it on the mild side so my family will eat it! This is nice served with a dollop of sour cream, a sprinkling of cilantro and some cornbread on the side.
You’ll find the masa harina (aka – harina de maiz or maseca) in the ethnic section of your grocery store. It is typically used to make tortillas, tamales and other Mexican dishes. It is what gives this soup the “corn tortilla” taste you get in regular enchiladas.
Chicken Enchilada Soup