This gadget is something that at first I didn't think I'd need. I went to a Pampered Chef party not long ago and they were explaining what this was. First they were describing how to use it on cans of veggies and fruits. That sounded nice, but once they showed how it works on a tuna can, I immediately added it to my order form! For regular cans of veggies and fruits you place it over the top of the can so when you tip it over everything stays in the can. For tuna, which I hate draining, you set it inside so you can squeeze the liquid out of the tuna while draining it. I don't like tuna, except for tuna salad on sandwich or crackers, but I hated trying to squeeze the liquid out using the can top and then smelling like tuna all day long. This thing is wonderful!!! In the following recipe, I used it to drain the olives. I hate when you dump the can of olives out after draining and you still have a bunch of liquid that makes a huge mess. With this nifty gadget, I can set the can inside it and then set it in the sink drain and while I'm working on the chicken and the rest of the recipe, it can sit there and drain. I come over and shake the can once in awhile to get the olives to rotate to get the liquid out of their centers. I use this thing all the time. I love it.
This has to be one of my most favorite meals to make. I like enchiladas, but I don't like enchilada sauce so and this recipe doesn't have one drop in it (you could add some if you wanted to). It is actually 3 different recipes that I experimented with but thought each one was missing something. Combined together they aren't missing a thing. I didn't take a picture of an individual serving because once these come out of the pan, they don't last long and because it's really messy once it comes out of the pan and I was afraid of getting the cheese sauce on my camera. The leftovers are really good, too if they last long enough to have leftovers. Enjoy!!