So you may have noticed I’ve been missing in action for a while. Or maybe you didn’t. That’s OK, too!
I’ve actually been cooking up a lot of delicious stuff. I even took pictures of some of it. Like this Mexican Noodle Casserole, or Sopa Seca as it’s more authentically called.
Mmmm… It was really good.
Unfortunately, my laptop is having issues. The battery doesn’t hold a charge, and even when it’s plugged in it likes to just shut itself off without warning. Like when I’m in the middle of typing out the changes I made to a Mexican Noodle Casserole recipe that I only had in my head and now I can’t entirely remember what they were.
Grrr. Of course, we have two other computers in the house but I am a true creature of habit and I only like MY laptop.
…which was amazing. I didn’t change the recipe at all except for adding 2 links of turkey sausage (totally negating the vegetarian aspect of things) and a little extra sauce. Head on over to Fork Knife Swoon by clicking the photo above for this ultimate cold-weather comfort food recipe.
…and they were HEAVENLY. If you have any snickers bars left from Halloween you should already be over at Cookies and Cups getting that recipe! You don’t even need all snickers. I used a mixture of snickers, milky ways, and 100 grand and it worked out perfectly.
Back to the Sopa Seca. You can find the original recipe here. I used rotisserie chicken in place of the turkey and queso blanco instead of cheddar. I can’t remember the rest of the changes but if you make it like this I’m sure it will be excellent. I do recommend serving the casserole immediately. Mine got mushy overnight. Yuck.
There you have it. Comfort food, three ways. Now if only I had the comfort of a reliable laptop…