Search results for recipes containing 'enchiladas'
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 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
Another chicken enchiladas recipe using a special chile sauce called zacatecanas. Corn tortillas are lightly fried, filled with a chicken mixture and topped with a chile, cheese and sour cream based sauce. Serve with guacamole, salsa and other Mexican condiments for a complete meal.
Tags: chicken, onion, garlic, chiles, cheese
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 typical Mexican dish, chicken enchiladas with Salsa Verde (green sauce) is a favorite. This is a traditional Mexican recipe using flour tortillas, a green salsa (made with tomatillos and jalapenos), chicken and cheese. Once you prepare all the ingredients, the enchilada assembly process is quite easy.
Tags: chicken breast, garlic cloves, salsa verde, flour tortillas, 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
This is a variation of the chicken enchiladas verde that uses over roasted tomato sauce instead of the tomatillo (Verde) sauce. This traditional Mexican recipe using flour tortillas, first fried in vegetable oil, then stuffed with cooked chicken, oven roasted tomato sauce and chili tomato sauce, rolled up, topped with more tomato sauce and cheese and baked for a few minutes in the oven. The roasted tomato sauce (recipe included) takes 6 to 8 hours to prepare but the result is worth the effort. You can make extra tomato sauce and refrigerate it.
Tags: chicken breast, garlic cloves, oven roasted tomato sauce, flour tortillas, chili tomato salsa
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
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
Chicken enchiladas are chicken with enchilada sauce and cheese wrapped in a flour tortilla and baked in the oven. This chicken used in the recipe is first marinated in a marinade made of ancho chiles (a type of dried chiles), garlic, onion and spices. The chicken is then pan fried, sliced and used as a filling for the flour tortillas, together with enchilada sauce, onion and cheese. Enchiladas make a great dish when served with fried rice and Mexican condiments such as guacamole, sour cream, jalapeno peppers and salsa.
Tags: chicken breasts, ancho chile, cumin powder, garlic, flour tortillas