Mexican Chicken Enchiladas
Chicken is a perfect protein for a plate of saucy, cheesy Mexican enchiladas. Add rice and beans to your chicken enchiladas and you've got a complete Mexican meal.See Popular Mexican Chicken Enchiladas Recipes
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.
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.
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!
Fresh vegetables and a coffee-infused sauce make these chicken enchiladas stand out from usual Mexican menu mainstays.
In Spanish, enchilada means "spiced with chile," a requisite step in preparing this cheesy chicken casserole.
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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.
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.
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.