Beef, chicken, shrimp or bean versions of the famous Mexican enchiladas dish.
Chicken enchiladas is one of the favorite Mexican dishes. It is very similar to the Italian lasagna dish, only in this recipe, corn tortillas are used to hold the ingredients and typical Mexican spices are used to flavor the filling. Enchiladas can be served as a main course together with guacamole, sour cream and / or salsa.
Tags: enchilada sauce, chicken breasts, chili powder, paprika powder, garlic
Here is another great recipe for beef enchiladas. This one uses a ground beef chili mixture to fill the tortillas. You can adjust how hot the enchilladas will be by adjusting the amount of chili used in the recipe. The tortillas are filled with cheese and chili beef, rolled up and topped with extra chili beef, cheese and onion and then baked in the oven until the cheese melts. A typical Mexican dish that is great for a main dish, or even as an appetizer.
Tags: ground beef, chili powder, tomato sauce, tortillas, cheese
An original beef enchiladas recipe using, among other ingredients, tequila, red kidney beans and a homemade tomato sauce. Serve the enchiladas with sour cream, refried beans and a freshly made salsa.
Tags: ground beef, tortillas, tequila, chili powder, cheese
This is a traditional, Mexican enchiladas recipe, where instead of rolling up the tortillas, they are stacked, one on top of the other, with chili beef and cheese filling in between. The enchiladas are assembled in individual dishes and the final layer is topped with lettuce, tomatoes, onion and a poached egg. Enchiladas chatas (stacked enchiladas) is great when served with condiments such as guacamole, sour cream and salsa.
Tags: ground beef, chili powder, garlic, cayenne pepper, tortillas
A recipe for the famous Mexican dish, enchiladas. Enchiladas are made from flour or corn tortillas that are first fried, then stuffed with chicken, beef, cheese or other ingredients, topped with cheese and sometimes a tomato based sauce and finally baked in the oven. Whatever the variation, enchiladas are always among the favorite Mexican dishes. Served with Mexican fried rice and other condiments, enchiladas make a complete meal.
Tags: chicken breast, tomatoes, chili powder, cheese, tortillas
A chicken, brown rice and black or red kidney bean enchiladas dish, easy to make and great in taste. As with all enchiladas dishes, corn tortillas are filled with a meat or bean mixture that includes cheese, topped with some type of tomato and chili based sauce and finally baked in the oven. Enchiladas can be served as a first or main dish, together with Mexican condiments such as salsa or sour cream.
Tags: chicken, black beans, chili powder, corn tortillas, salsa
A simple, easy to make bean enchiladas dish that is great as a main dish. Instead of meat, this dish uses refried beans, corn, black olives and cheese as the tortilla filling. The tortillas are topped with a chili flavored tomato sauce then some additional grated cheese and finally baked in the oven until the cheese melts and the enchiladas are bubbly. Serve the enchiladas with a salsa and sour cream.
Tags: corn tortillas, refried beans, cheddar cheese, corn, tomato sauce
This enchilada recipe
uses chicken, cheese and a spicy mole sauce. The mole sauce is basically a mixture of spices, chile and very ripe banana or plantain. Corn tortillas are filled with chicken and onion, rolled up, placed in a baking dish, topped with the mole sauce and cheese and baked in the oven until soft and bubbly.
Tags: corn tortillas, chicken breast, cheddar cheese, onion, mole sauce
A beef enchiladas recipe made with the typical ingredients, red chili sauce and cheese. The different with this recipe is that instead of rolling up the tortillas, they are stacked, one on top of the other, with beef in between. The enchiladas are assembled on individual, oven safe serving dishes and broiled until the cheese melts. Serve with letuce, sour cream, guacamole sauce or your favorite Mexican condiments. A recipe for a traditional red chili sauce is included.
Tags: chili sauce, ground beef, onion, garlic, tortillas
Flour tortillas spread with a spicy tomato based sauce, topped with cooked chicken and cheese, rolled up, topped with extra tomato sauce and cheese and baked in the oven until the cheese melts. A classic Mexican recipe and is great as a main dish, served with condiments such as sour cream, tomato salsa or salsa verde and guacamole. The dish can be prepared in advance and refrigerated (do not bake until needed).
Tags: chicken breast, cumin and oregano, onion, cheese, tomato sauce
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