Adobo OR salt and pepper (bleh) hehehe
Start by cooking chicken breasts. I used my frying pan, filled it 1/4 with water and placed the chicken breasts in the water. Season to taste.
While chicken cooks, cut pepper, onion and jalapenos.
**As a plus, I also added the seasoned water that the chicken was cooking in ;) it made it perfectly moist!
Pop in the oven for about 15 minutes...this is just so the cheese can melt and all the ingredients can come together as a delicious ONE!
**This is a good time to start on the rice!
Pinto or red beans
Adobo or salt and pepper (bleh)
Add rice and twice the amount of the rice in water. *For example: If you are cooking 1 cup of rice, add 2 cups of water) <<<Uhh that right there was in case you don't know how to cook rice. Which is fine...ohh with me, you will be a master of rice cooking! Hahaha *A puertorican joke...never mind ;o)
Anyways, season to taste. The sazon is what gives the rice that reddish color. It also spices up the taste.
Stir occasionally and cook until rice is tender.
I decided to put a little bit of sour cream on top of my MexiTuti lasagna for presentation purpouses but it was so worth it! Agh I'm hungry!