Your enchiladas rate 5 stars from us. We loved the addition of the sweet pepper and onion sauted. I had to use enchilada sauce since we didn't have taco sauce on hand, so I cut back a bit on the cumin. This is a great way to use up some left over beef roast. I shredded ours since we like it that way, I plan on trying this with chicken as well. For someone with a German sounding name you know how to russel-up some tasty Tex-Mex. Thanks!
Whoa! My daughter looked this recipe up (a new Recipezaar convert) and used leftover roast beef to make these. They were spectacular!! Delicious, and I don't think it's just because someone cooked them for me :) This is a keeper--we all loved it!
I had leftover pot roast so I used this and followed the recipe. It had great flavors but not too much heat, which was a compromise for us. I like it hot and my DH likes it mild, so this was kind of in between. DH enjoyed it as much as I did, so it's a keeper to be made again!
We loved your recipe, Irmgard. I simmered some boneless beef ribs to use for this dish. The pepper, onion, beef, etc. is so delicious, you could eliminate the cheese inside the enchiladas and just add cheese over the top. We added sour cream at the table. Thanks for a great recipe! M.Joan
All I had was stew meat, so I boiled it in a fajita seasoning packet for a couple hours,added some jalepeno's, then continued the recipe. It was an excellent recipe,easy, that I WILL use again! It is one of the more authentic tasting enchilada recipes I have had. My hubby LOVED it! Thanks for the excellent recipe!
Delicious, quick, easy & not too spicey for my man! I scaled the recipe in half, used leftover sirloin steak, sun-dried tomato & basil tortillas and Taco Bell Taco Sauce Taco Sauce. I added the sour cream at the very end as I don't like it cooked. Thanx Irmgard!