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When rolling enchiladas ( which I have been doing for about 50 years) always heat the tortillas before adding filling and rolling. If they are still diffacult dip in some hot liquid or oil . After rolling place SEAM SIDE DOWN. Love to all and good eating Jerri
I've made this same recipe for years and we love it...exactly as is...or with a few modifications (depending on ingredients I have on hand). Have used Campbell's Cheddar Cheese soup mixed with one can of Ro-Tel Tomatoes with Green Chilies - nice bit of heat but not too much. I heat my tortillas in the microwave for 10 seconds, spread them immediately with sour cream to keep them pliable, then top with chicken mixture and cheese(s). I've even added rice and black olives on occasion. I like corn torts but my hubby likes flour torts better - so I usually use some of each. I often make these in the morning, refrigerate them, and bake them when I get home from work. Instant dinner! Great way to use leftover chicken or turkey too.
The only thing I changed was to cook the chicken with a diced onion and once the chicken was almost done I added a package of taco seasoning and that really made this recipe GREAT!!!!! I got 10 stars from my husband and his friends.
I can't believe more people haven't rated this recipe! It is sooo good and looks really nice w/ the tomatoes and onion on top!!! I've been making this for quite some time now and my husband raves every time we have it. I like to put some of the sauce mixture in the bottom of the pan before I put the enchiladas in.
This was good but pretty bland. I followed the recipe exactly with the exception of using a MEDIUM salsa. Next time I'm going to use the Southwest Pepperjack soup from Campbell's. Perhaps that will take it up a notch. Topping it with grated cheese didn't do too terribly much flavorwise. I know the chicken enchiladas shouldn't be as zippy as beef but this was awfully tame. Simple and as another reviewer mentioned I too made mine in the morning for putting in the oven later in the day.
This was the first time for me making enchiladas. Easy recipe and they tasted very good. I followed the recipe ingredients to be fare. I doubled the recipe and baked them seam side down. After assembling the enchiladas I found I didn't need ALL the extra sauce to cover them before baking. The last 10 min. of baking I topped them with shredded cheese as I LOVE CHEESE. Now I prefer my food spicey and this is not all that spicey but palatable for the average person. Half the people in the family prefer spicey the other half not as much. I just put out various hot sauces on the table for those that needed an extra kick. I will make this recipe again.