This is one of my favorites, from a small, family restaurant here in Phoenix. It features pasta fried in salsa with grilled salsa chicken covered in an awesome fundito sauce.

Step 1: Ingredients

The ingredients you will need are as follows

Boneless Skinless Chicken
Extra Wide Pasta

For the Fundito sauce
Heavy Whipping Cream
Cream Cheese
Sour Cream
Your choice of White Cheese
1 pkg of powdered Ranch Dressing mix
of course i love that place!
Via De Los Santos <br>9120 N Central Ave <br>Right in the heart of Sunnyslope, hands down my favorite mexican restaurant. <br> <br>Mike
This was a unique kind of dish that I never had seen before so I checked it out, but bottled salsa! A spice mix from an envelope with a bunch of crap in it! You can do better than that. Salsa: Cut up toms, onions, cilantro, jalapeños and sqeeze a lime on it! Spice: Garlic, Parsley, Dill Pasta: 1.5 cups flour, 2 eggs, some salt and enough water to bring it together. Let it rest for an hour, roll it out and cut with a pizza cutter, cook for 4 minutes. That's cooking, not assembling, can't you even grate your own cheese? You seem to have some imagination and taste, why not try real food instead of factory food?
Like I said, I'm a lazy cook. Most of my prep work comes from opening cans. Now I can appreciate the joy some people feel from making food from scratch and I know the payoff of all that work is in more than just the taste of the meal, but I'm not that type of person. I get the same feeling of accomplishment from more mechanical creations, as opposed to culinary creations, but more power to you if that's the route you want to go. You get props from me. Mike
I love anything Mexican. This sounds really good! You made the instructions very easy and plain, so much so that I think my daughter could breeze through it without a problem, and she doesn't cook!
Thanks. I'm a pretty lazy cook my self so I stick to the easy recipes. Mike

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