The dark sauce is one I made this morning from dried ancho chilies, the lighter colored stuff is a bean dip. These were chicken and cheese enchiladas. I wish they were prettier but I destroyed any chance of pretty while getting them out of the pan they cooked in.
These have chicken, refried beans, and cheddar in white corn tortillas with tomatillo sauce. The last of my cotija cheese sprinkled generously on top. I gave them 45 minutes in a 325℉ oven because I wanted them to heat through but not hurt the cheese topping. They came out looking and tasting very good.
Shredded chicken with a can of green chilies, rice cooked in the broth the chicken cooked in, and a couple of teaspoons of sour cream were the filling. I found a jar of green salsa I made a while back and dumped that over the corn tortilla rolls. Add cheese and bake at 350 until … Continue reading Chicken Rice Enchiladas
Enchiladas with sides of Mexi-Corn, pico, guacamole and a dab of refried beans.I start by coating the bottom of a small casserole with sauce. Fill the tortillas with a smear of refries, a dollop of seasoned ground beef that has been cooked with onions and peppers, and a bit of cheese. Place them in the … Continue reading Beef Enchiladas
I had better luck with the press and cooking went OK. Then my luck turned bad towards the end of this batch, but I did get enough to turn out some tacos.I’m not sure what happened, other than I got tired from being on my feet for too long. The tortillas were refusing to release … Continue reading Beef Tacos and Chicken Enchiladas
We usually cook chicken enchiladas in a green sauce but this recipe caught my eye – it’s very nearly a chicken gravy with lots of sour cream. Make a roux and stir in chicken broth, let it cook until thick and smooth then remove from the heat and whisk in sour cream and green chilies. … Continue reading Chicken Enchiladas in a Sour Cream Sauce
I live within walking distance of one of the best family owned Mexican restaurants around, they have some of my favorite green chile sauce ever, so I rarely go to all the trouble of making a Mexican style meal. But JeffreyW is always making some yummy south of the border treat. He was burning up … Continue reading Friday Recipe Exchange: Santa Fe Wraps and Enchiladas