Yesterday in my comments section I mentioned that I was going to clean my fridge and freezer yesterday. Well, I didn't get very far, to be honest. Today maybe? But as I was standing there looking into the freezer I spied a forgotten item. I pulled it out and then of course, remembered what it was. "White chicken enchiladas 8-30-2006"- hey hooray for labelling and dating! This had been an experiment. I wasn't totally sure that enchiladas would freeze okay. But as I looked at this frozen entree in my hand I became overjoyed- I didn't have to cook dinner! It was already done for me!
Although I was skeptical, I roasted up some potatoes and made a chopped salad with jicama, cucumber, and baby carrots, and popped my frozen enchiladas into the oven in a frozen state. One hour later, I pulled them out, and they looked okay- in fact, they looked really good. And the verdict? They tasted like I just made them that day! Not only did I not have to work hard at a tasty dinner last night, I actually discovered something that freezes very well. My recipe for White Chicken Enchiladas is in the Recipe Trove, freezing directions included.
On tap for today, I have plenty of Easter Eggs to use, and I have it in my mind that I want to make an egg curry of some kind. I've never made one, but I've seen them, and I still have a craving for Indian food, so that may just be the ticket. I will leave today on that note, but I do have a couple of fun pictures to share. The first is a picture of Zander. He wanted to help make pizza on Saturday, and Andy got a great picture of him spreading the sauce- he was concentrating pretty hard. The second picture is both kids being silly. They decided to line the stairs with all their stuffed friends so that they could do a play for them. They never did get to the play- but the friends all lined up was so cute. The two shadows at the very top are Zander and Abigail.