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Another easy to make Mexican dish that makes use of left over, stale corn tortillas. The tortillas are quartered and fried until crispy, then cooked in a homemade tomatillo and ancho chile salsa together with cooked chicken. This dish is served with sour cream, Mexican Cotija cheese and lime wedges. Note that you can omit the chicken if you like.
Tags: ancho chile, corn tortillas, garlic, tomatillos, coriander
A recipe for the famous Mexican beef burritos, easy and fasr to make. Flour tortillas are filled with a beef mixture, avocado and salsa, baked in the oven, topped with cheese and baked again, until the cheese melts. Beef burritos make a great meal when served with Mexican fried rice, guacamole and sour cream.
Tags: ground beef, refried beans, avocado, cheese, salsa
Chimichangas are another famous Mexican dish. Flour tortillas are filled with cooked ground beef, onions and cheese, deep fried and served with lettuce, salsa, guacamole and other condiments. Chimichangeas make a great main dish when served with Mexican fried rice.
Tags: Ground beef, cheddar cheese, onion, tortilla, salsa
Delicious, easy to make, bean and cheese Chimichangas. Flour tortillas are filled with refried beans and cheese, rolled, fried until crispy and golden brown and served with lettuce, sour cream and salsa.
Tags: refried beans, cheese, chiles, flour tortillas, salsa
Corn tortillas filled with melted cheese, avocado and salsa. A great Mexican appetizer, easy to make and extremely delicious.
Tags: corn tortillas, butter, cheddar cheese, avocado, salsa
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
Easy ground beef stacked enchiladas. The dish is a variation of the typical Mexican enchiladas dish and is made with layers of flour tortillas topped with ground beef, sour cream, green chiles and grated cheese. This recipe can serve 2 for main dish, or 4-6 for an appetizer. Adjust the amount of green chiles used to your liking.
Tags: ground beef, onion, flour tortillas, cheddar cheese, salsa
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