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This sauce can be used in enchiladas, burritos, chimichangas, tacos or similar Mexican dishes, as a filling or even as a condiment.You can adjust the quantities of the ingredients used to make more or less sauce, as desired. You can also adjust the heat of the sauce by adding more or less chili and cayenne pepper, accordingly. The amounts of chili and cayenne used here will produce a medium heat result.
Tags: onion, garlic, olive oil, tomatoes, chili powder
Here is another enchiladas recipe, this time using shrimps and a tomatillo or tomato sauce. The tortillas are filled with shrimps and a garlic, green onion, chili peppers and tomatillo sauce, rolled up and topped with sour cream and cheese and baked in the oven until the cheese melts. This is a great starter or main dish, especially if you like shrimps. You may substitute shrimps with crab meat or use a combination of the two.
Tags: shrimps, green onions, chili peppers, tomattillos, cheese
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
A beef enchiladas recipe that tastes great and is easy to make. Like all enchilada recipes, tortillas are first fried, then stuffed with various ingredients, rolled up, topped with sauce and cheese and then baked in the oven. These enchiladas are great when served with sour cream and chili tomato salsa.
Tags: ground beef, garlic, tomato sauce, chili peppers, cheese
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
A simple and easy to make Texas style pork burritos. This recipe takes 8 to 8 1/2 hours to cook so start early in the morning (or noon if you plan to have it for dinner). The pork first browned, then slow cooked with onions, carrots, olives, enchilada sauce, spices and several other ingredients for about 8 hours.
Tags: pork, enchilada sauce, oregano, garlic, sour cream
Corn tortillas filled with cooked chicken, vegetables and enchilada sauce, topped with a mole sauce, sprinkled with cheese and baked in the oven. This recipe takes a while to make but is well worth the effort. The chicken enchiladas can be served with typical Mexican side dishes such as pico de gallo, guacamole sauce, fried rice and sour cream.
Tags: chicken, onion, garlic, corn tortillas, cumin
Corn tortillas filled with shredded chicken, onion and cheese and cooked in a sour cream and tomatillo sauce. A delicious chicken enchilada dish that can be served with Mexican fried rice or other condiments for a complete meal.
Tags: chicken breast, sour cream, corn tortillas, Jack cheese, tomatillos
A great chicken enchiladas dish in a roasted tomatillo sauce. This Tex-Mex recipe uses a filling made with chicken thighs, bell pepper, onion, tomatoes, garlic and typical Mexican spices. Corn tortillas are softened and filled witht eh chicken mixture, then topped with the roasted tomatillo sauce and cheese. They are finally baked until the cheese melts. Enchiladas are served with freshly made salsa, guacamole and sour cream.
Tags: chicken thighs, jalapeno, onion, garlic, corn tortillas
Enchilada lasagna is Mexican dish that looks like Italian lasagna. Instead of the pasta (that is used in Italian lasagna), corn tortillas are used in this dish. The filling is made of chicken, bell peppers and spring onions, flavored with typical Mexican spices such as cumin, paprica and oregano. The ingredients are topped with shredded cheese and a cheese bechamel (a flour based sauce flavored with cheese). The layer of ingredients is repeated once more and the dish is cooked in the oven for about an hour. The resulting dish is delicious. It has the look of Italian lasagna but tastes like enchiladas. Serve with sour cream and salsa for a complete dish.
Tags: chicken, milk, jack cheese, corn tortillas, bell peppers