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Sooo yummy! I wouldn't change a thing.

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iloverabbits March 31, 2011

Because I was serving more than eight people, I made this kind of like a lasagna instead of individual enchiladas. I did sauce on the bottom, corn tortillas as a layer then the beans. Then, I repeated the layers and topped with cheese. It was amazing! The corn gave it a little kick of sweetness. I am so sad there are no leftovers for lunch today.

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Annette NC August 06, 2013

Maybe I missed it, but where are the instructions on how to char the tomato sauce? I did the best I could, its in the oven now and smells good. Hoping it turns out good!

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prettyleodia April 04, 2013

This actually looks doable for filling. I would, of course, use the dried chile found in the Mexican food section in the bag and make the chile sauce from scratch with Hatch chilis. If not, then it would be good to search for the Hatch brand of enchilada sauce. Tomato sauce is so, Yanqui!
I'll give this a try!

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PhDBlonde December 15, 2011
Black Bean Enchiladas (Gluten Free and Vegan)