Mexican Cheese Enchiladas
Cheese enchiladas are the purist's delight when it comes to Mexican food. Great for vegetarians and kids who aren't big meat lovers, a cheese enchilada is a Mexican classic sure to warm any diner's heart.See Popular Mexican Cheese Enchiladas Recipes
For a fun dinner that kids like--and that's easy to prepare--fill these meatless enchiladas with a Mexican cheese and slather in red chile sauce.
This sensational enchilada casserole combines tortillas, beans, cheese, and taco-seasoned chicken. Take this main-dish recipe to your next potluck or Mexican-themed dinner party.
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!
Use canned beans to make this dish in a snap. We chose kidney, garbanzo, pinto, and navy beans, but you can use any combination of beans that you like.
An avocado mixture fills the tortillas to make these enchiladas. A spicy beer and tomato mixture makes the sauce for this dinner casserole.
If you've shied away from learning how to make chicken enchiladas, you're not alone. While tacos and even burritos seem fairly manageable, enchiladas can be intimidating, from the filling to the sauce to the bubbling melted cheese. Rise above your fear! Enchiladas are surprisingly easy to make--even a cooking newbie can pull off this Mexican meal.
Look, up on the stove! It's a dish! It's a meal.
Enchiladas don't need meat to be a satisfying treat. Try this cheesy vegetarian option the next time you need something to serve with your chips, salsa and margaritas.
You can make a quesadilla better than any restaurant in less than 15 minutes with this Mexican four cheese and chicken quesadilla recipe. Featuring salsa conqueso, guacamole and chicken, this Mexican staple will melt in your mouth.
Fresh vegetables and a coffee-infused sauce make these chicken enchiladas stand out from usual Mexican menu mainstays.
They're healthy. Cheap. And ever-so delicious: Mushroom and Poblano Vegetarian Enchiladas simply can't be beat for authentic Mexican flavor, full of cheese and spicy peppers, when you want a quick and easy budget dinner that makes everyone at the table smile.
Mix up your taco and burrito routine! Enchiladas are a classic Mexican dish, and everyone will love the savory filling, spicy sauce, and melted cheeseit's the ultimate casserole!
Think fast! Think Mexican. Mexican food, that is.
Mexican comfort food goes by the name of enchiladas, for those of us who love the warm tortillas, rolled, bursting with savory fillings, and bathed in a spicy sauce (such as adobo or mole). It's also a comfort to your wallet to make enchiladas at home instead of stopping by your favorite taqueria to pick up a batch for dinner. They couldn't be easier to make (you can use store-bought tortillas, or go all out and make your own, with this corn tortilla recipe), and you can experiment with fillings from simple chiles and cheese to beef to sauteed spinach and mushroom to chicken.
Enchiladas aren't always made with red saucethe "verde" (green) version has a bright, tangy flavor that balances the rich cheese. Doesn't that sound good? And doesn't it make you want to learn to make cheesy chicken enchiladas verde right now?
When it comes to Mexican cooking, tacos, burritos, enchiladas and other main courses tend to take center stage, in your mind and on the table. But to truly complete a Tex-Mex feast, you should learn how to make Mexican rice...without reaching for a boxed mix or heat-and-serve pouch.