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My husband enjoyed this dish more than I. The flavor was ok, but I thought it was missing something. I put a dash of cumin in my serving and it really brought the flavors together for me. It was super quick and easy and I will probably make it again for that reason alone.
This was a very basic dish one that doesn't get better as a leftover dinner the next day. On the second day I added some black beans and corn and it seemed to add some interest and more flavor. If I were to make it again (almost every dish deserves a second chance) I would not slice up the corn tortillas and mix them with the chicken. I would toast the corn tortillas separately and serve them on the side. They get a little mushy and disappear when mixed all together. Serve it with white rice for a color contrast on your plate.
I boiled my chicken breast with salt and pepper. I didn't have rotell tomatoes so I used a can of diced tomatoes and a can of diced green chilies I also added a can of White hominy the dish came out excellent...
Love this recipe, so fast and easy. Store did not have diced tomatoes with green chilies. Bought them separately and added them in. Turned out a little mild for the family so the next time I added a can of diced Jalapeños, and the family raves about it and has become a favorite. I also bought a rotisarie chicken on shopping day came home and took it off the bone and was then ready for a quick dinner that night. I have also topped it off with sour cream added chips and salsa on the side.
After reading other reviews concerning this dish being mushy I made a few changes. I used 2 cans enchilada sauce, 1 can Rotelle tomatoes, and 1 package of enchilada seasoning mix. Mixed my shredded chicken with tomatoes and enchilada sauce adding the seasoning mix. After bubbly I sprinkled cheese on top. Then I put my torn corn tortillas on top and sprinkled rest of cheese. Put the lid on pan and turned it back on just until cheese on top melted. Served with sliced black olives, sliced avocado, sour cream, and black bean and corn salsa. Yummy!!
We followed the recipe directions exactly. It was missing a little "oomph." I think next time I'd put in taco seasoning or some chili powder. I don't mean it wasn't spicy enough, because my kids don't do spicy. It's possible the tomato sauce watered down the "oomph" of the enchilada sauce. Maybe cut out one jar of tomato sauce and put in an extra one of enchilada sauce.