So I make chicken enchiladas a lot. I also make Pineapple Enchiladas from here. They are delicious, and a great meatless substitute. So, being the culinary genius that I am, I decided to mix the pineapple enchilada recipe, with chicken. How could that go wrong? Glad you asked...
To destroy an enchilada:
Step 1 - Combine Pineapple juice, with the already very acidic enchilada sauce.
Step 2 - Add cooked chicken.
Step 3 - Cook them together for 35 minutes or longer.
The result should be a disgusting mush of enchilada flavored chicken pulp. Really it's an experience I'll never forget.
I was in a wonderful mood that evening. It was pushing seven o'clock by the time I even got the enchiladas in the oven. The children insisted that they were starving, and I'm just mean enough to make them wait until the food comes out. I can't eat with them, the baby needs a bottle. So I serve them up generous portions of my delicious smelling creation. Li'l Chef says "Mom, this has a weird taste." I say quit complaining and eat what I made you. Li'l Chef continues, "It's really weird. Something's wrong with the chicken." I'm sure I said something like "Oh Sweetheart, I'm sure you're right. Why don't you find something better to eat." Somehow, whatever that last comment really said, made her cry. "It's gross."
So she waits, patiently, being a keen observer of my mood and the point of my rope by which I was holding on. It was the end, in case you were wondering.
Baby fed, girls not eating, I decide to eat anyway. Serve it up with a big dollup of sour cream and take a large bite to prove how delicious it was. Said bite is immediately spit into the sink. I spit out my own dinner. I apologize for being a mean-o. That was in fact gross. As it turns out, chicken can be dissolved by pineapple juice. This chicken was a weird chalky mush. The weird chalky mush mixed with the weird chalky mush of cheese. DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME!
We had cereal and went to bed. Li'l Chef laughed as I kissed her good night, "You were mad, but I knew it was gross. I wasn't just being rude." I conceded.