Dan and I have been trying to make larger dishes that we eat as leftovers during the week, so one of my first larger dishes is this amazing spicy chicken avocado enchilada! It made enough to last the two of us quite a few days and is one of those things that tastes just as good re-heated. I've never made enchiladas before, but they're pretty easy. The sauce on this one is easy to make as well and you can make it more or less spicy by leaving or removing the seeds from the serrano pepper you put in it. I removed the seeds and it had a nice little kick but wasn't too spicy by any means.
To find the recipe, head over to The Novice Chef. I found the recipe via pinterest, but I'm glad it brought me to her blog! I'm always amazed by food bloggers. I wish I could cook as well and frequently as food bloggers. When I do take the time to cook I feel like I'm pretty adept at it, and so far I haven't made anything that Dan or I have had to choke down. Hopefully when we move into a new place at the end of our lease we'll have a bigger kitchen, which I think will help a bit. It's hard to do prep work when there's only 1.5 sq/ft of available counter space. But we make do and it's nice to know that you don't need a martha stewart sized kitchen in order to make delicious food!