Cheesy, flavorful enchiladas are one of Mexican cuisine's star dishes. Enjoy combining different meats and veggies in your enchiladas, and turn your guests into Mexican food fanatics.See Popular Mexican Enchiladas Recipes
A great way to use any leftover cooked turkey, these enchiladas are sure to please your family for a busy weekday meal.
Mexican enchiladas are impossible to resist. The immortal humorist Jack Handey, put it best: "If God dwells inside us," he once wrote, "I sure hope He likes enchiladas, because that's what He's getting." Not everyone would be able to segue from that to Cinco de Mayo, but look!
Warm tortillas are filled with an enticing combination of shredded chicken, Pace® Salsa Verde, sour cream and Cheddar Jack cheese, and are baked until the filling is hot and the cheese is melted.
Who wouldn't love these enchiladas? They've got chicken, cheese and picante sauce, all wrapped up in a tortilla and baked until the cheese is melted and the filling is hot.
You can use tofu or beans in this meatless main dish.
Grab your sombrero, and tote this made-for-a-crowd dish to your next potluck fiesta.
A baked dish of browned ground beef, tomatoes, and enchilada sauce wrapped in corn tortillas then topped with more enchilada sauce and cheese.
This main-dish recipe includes a corn muffin mix to form an outer shell that holds salsa, chili powder, and ground beef.
These flavorful enchiladas make a simple, delicous and filling supper!
It couldn't be easier to make this family-friendly dinner...all you need is 20 minutes, a skillet, and six on-hand ingredients.
The imitation crabmeat used in this Tex-Mex casserole is also known as surimi and is made commercially by processing and re-forming minced fish to look like crab. It's less expensive than crab and, as a bonus, is lower in cholesterol.
Corn tortillas and spicy sauce star in these tasty beef enchiladas. Serve them for dinner with chopped tomatoes and lettuce.