This easy One-Pan Chicken Enchilada Skillet can be ready in 10 minutes! Seriously such a tasty Mexican dinner recipe with chicken! Rotisserie chicken is simmered in enchilada sauce and salsa, then sliced tortillas are stirred in cooked until they become nice and soft. Top this one pot meal with cheese and all your favorite toppings like guacamole, sour cream, and green onions.

We recently got back from a cruise on the Caribbean and while I could really write five separate posts on the pros and cons of cruises, I will spare you.

I will say however, that one of the unique things about a cruise is that even though there were 8,000 people on our boat, you tend to see the same people over and over again.

The actors in the Mammia Mia play we saw on the boat were also directing a volleyball competition at the pool. The skaters in the ice skating show who were all dolled up the night before were in sweats renting out skates to kids the next day. The gymnasts in the aqua show were lifting weights next to me at the gym and some were running next to me on the track surrounding the boat. The ladies at the Kids Club magically appeared running the carousel at the other end of the boat.

By the end of the week long cruise, it was apparent that everyone working there wore several hats, with skills in all kinds of job fields from server to magician!



1. In a large skillet (12-inch), add the rotisserie chicken. Sprinkle with the cumin and oregano. Ad the enchilada sauce, salsa, and water. Bring mixture to a simmer over medium heat for a couple of minutes to let the sauce thicken and the chicken to heat through.

2. Stir in the tortilla strips and sprinkle with the cheese. Remove from heat and let the cheese melt from the heat.

3. Top with sour cream (and guacamole if desired) in the center and sprinkle with green onions. Serve immediately.

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