Yummy! I served with Green Cilantro Rice #108262 by Laura Lee in Texas. The only thing I changed was that I didn't use coriander (didn't have) and I added a little homemade salsa verde to the chicken mixture. Thanks for posting!
Delicious-- I had this recipe at one point but lost it so I'm really happy to find it again. Corn tortillas are perfect for enchiladas of any kind so that's what I used. I used three chicken breast halves, which was probably more than 2 cups but I don't know (didn't measure). I also prepared it in layers (like a lasagna) rather than rolling individual enchiladas (which is a hassle). Great with double the cheese and extra sauce (made by adding about 1/2 cup of extra chicken stock). Thanks for posting this, Wendy!
These were good, but not quite the sauce I am looking for. I want the creamy white sauce found at most Mexican restaurants here in the southwest.
this recipe came from a betty crocker cook book. i make it all the time without the chili peppers. yum
Excellent recipe! I used cream of chicken soup instead of broth and added green enchilada sauce to dip my flour tortillas.
Delicious! This dish is easy to make and very tasty. I used chicken breasts that I had poached and it worked out very well. Served with Spanish rice and salad, for a restaurant-worthy meal.
These enchiladas were AH-MAZING! I am not a big red enchilada sauce fan, and this is definitely one of the best white sauces I have tried. Totally worth trying!
These were SO yummy! I will definitely make them again! I used some chicken I had made earlier for tacos and cilantro in place of the coriander (thanks to another comment here! :)) thank you for sharing!
mmmmmmmmmm! A great, different enchilada! I'm not a huge meat fan so i subsituted black beans, extra cheese and sauteed spinach and mushrooms for the chicken. It worked very well! In fact Wendy, you should even consider posting it as a vegetarian recipe. I made this recipe from this post http://www.food.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=339765 where Not-2-Sweet listed it as their favorite recipe on food.com. I wasn't dissapointed!
As I passed these around the table everyone couldn't wait to dig in. I got owws and ahhhs as they took their first bites. This is pretty easy to prepare, and so tasty, so it's a big 5 for us!