12 Reviews

If I can make this- anyone can. I am not a cook by any means, but I wanted to make something my boyfriend would like since he does all the cooking. The only thing I altered was I used Mexican cheese, added green enchilada sauce like a previous person recommended, and my boyfriend's side had chopped onions. After it was cooked I sprinkled fresh chopped tomatoes on top. Yummy! I have made this twice so far and everyone who tries it LOVES it. Thanks so much! :)

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Madison'sMommy October 25, 2009

Hello! Just made this tonight, and the only thing I did differently was add some cilantro rice to the chicken mixture - this was so yummy!! It isn't the lowest fat recipe I have ever tried, but sometimes these great recipes just make the entire evening! Thank you for a simple and super recipe!

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hollyw514 December 27, 2008

I tried this a month ago for a make ahead Sunday dish and we have had it 3 times since then....it was fantastic! My husband and I are both very busy so I like to make a "home cooked" meal on Sunday and this is usually what we have. I boil the chicken with cilantro and then use the canned Ro*Tel with cilantro and lime juice and it is just perfect. Easy to make and leftovers are just as good! Thanks!

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Yankees0814 September 28, 2008

It's very good, but loaded with fat and cholesterol. Need to find a way to reduce those elements and it will be even better. Maybe adding a vegetable like broccoli in and using greek yogurt instead of the sour cream and reducing the cheese.

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MN Farmgirl March 01, 2014

This was delicious and I know I'll be making it again! I was out of the small cans of green chilies so I used Rotel, (a mixture of chilis and diced tomato) otherwise followed the recipe. I baked it in a 9x9" pan . Thanks for sharing, made for PRMR 2013

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pammyowl October 17, 2013

What a great way to have dinner ready in less than an hour!! I used all the meat from a rotisserie chicken and on the last layer topped it with a can of spicy green enchilada sauce then more cheese and baked until browned. I also served it with a jar of spicy green salsa on the side (I think you need these to counter balance all the white & creamy flavors). This recipe seems too easy to be the huge success it was!!

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Gillian Spence April 18, 2013

This was very easy to make and cut down to just half. Baked it in a 2 quart casserole dish with the lid on. Glad I used the olives to add a little more color. Made for Recipe Swap #64 - May 2012...Group 5 - Beetroot

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Charlotte J May 24, 2012

Forgot the sour cream but it was still fine!! Just added a dollop on top of a serving and it was delish!!!

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Halloweenbaby November 06, 2011

I thought this was so tasty. DH was expecting more of an enchilada flavor as I only told him the name of what were having for dinner. I used the enchilada seasoning from Homemade Gourmet on the chicken (that cooked in the crockpot) then shredded it and made the rest as written.

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Ceezie May 26, 2011

fantastic. easy. yummmmm. I did 1/2 can of green chili enchilada sauce instead of the chilis, as the kids would veto any chunks of green. It was awesome. thanks!

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Nsremom September 08, 2008
Chicken Enchilada Casserole