This wonderful recipe has led me to realize I don't need a fancy recipe to make a simple Tex-Mex dinner. And it uses up all that stuff in your pantry and freezer that you need to get rid of when you move.
All it takes is some frozen corn, and black beans (which you can drain/defrost in the same colander), some rice (leftover or not, just a half cup uncooked), some leftover jarred salsa (1 cupish), some sauteed onions, and pretty much whatever other veg you want. I should have put some mushrooms in there is what I'm saying. Sautee most of the stuff with 1 tsp cumin and 1/2 tsp chili powder, put it in some hollowed out zucchini, top it with whatever cheese you want, and a 400 degree oven for 25 minutes, and that is some superpower dinner.
It's fast, it's cheap, and everyone loves Tex-Mex. You can sautee some shrimp at the end if you need to. I had a lot of leftover filling, and put it in a casserole. Top it with cheese. It's worth it just for the cheese, really.