Cowboy spaghetti! Add cooked al dente spaghetti to large casserole dish along with a can of Rotel, a can of cream of chicken soup, shredded chicken and top with shredded cheese of your choice, cheddar or colby jack is good!
can add chicken broth is you think it needs more liquid, layer the cheese all over the spaghetti so it doesn't dry out in the oven
cook at 350 for about 20-30 minutes, until bubbly and cheese starting to brown on top
adapted from recipe on Pioneer Woman Cooks blog, she adds chopped peppers which gave me the idea to try Rotel
I use it for chicken spaghetti, taco soup, king ranch chicken, jambalaya (recipe is in Xufan's thread), I've got a chicken and rice recipe too that I can't find at the moment....you can add it to pretty much anything!
I use them for a few of the above, and I also make chicken quesadillas with them.
For those, it's half an onion, sauteed, a couple cans of chicken (or meat from a couple roasted breasts, peeled off the bone), a can of rotel tomatoes with chilies (drained), and some taco seasoning. I cook that so that the chicken shreds nicely, put some cheese on a tortilla, add the filling, a little more cheese, top with another tortilla, and then place in a skillet until it's slightly browned and melty. They're really yummy.
we had chili cheese chips with some for Super Bowl.. we cooked 1 lb of ground beef, added a can of beans and 2 cans rotel then put cheese on top till melted then topped tortilla chips and added lettuce and sour cream.. Yummy!!
If you are a "crockpotter", I put a can of of the rotel w/ onions and garlic, anda little water in the bottom of my crockpot then put a beef roast (seared and seasoned) on top and cooked on low for 8 hours. They made a yummy sauce that even my 2 year old ate!
I always use rotel (well, the store version anyway) in my chili. King Ranch chicken is also very good! I made chicken fajitas the other night. I had picante in the house, but if I hadn't, I would have used rotel on the chicken while it was baking for some bite!