Serve accompanied with guacamole on a bed of shredded lettuce and top the guacamole with a good dob of sour cream. Thin slices of radish and olives also dress it up.
Instead of the tomatillos, you can substitute 1 3/4 cups of drained canned tomatoes. Instead of the Monterey Jack cheese you can use a white cheddar. This recipe calls for fresh coriander, but because it actually uses a goodly amount of it, instead of, like, 1 sprig, it's not such a waste buying it. For cream, use whipping cream or a double-cream, if possible. If not, the heaviest cream you have. Or, you can try yoghurt, while is also nice, especially if you are using tomatoes, as it replaces some of the tartness that the tomatillos would have had. This recipe is easily doubled or tripled. There's no reason the chicken pieces have to be breasts. You can just as easily use chicken legs or thighs, and debone the meat in place of shredding the breasts.