This recipe is awesome. Very easy to make and with a wonderful taste. Thanks for sharing!
These were delicious!! I made them for my very picky husband to take to work so made a few changes. I left the onions out, put some shredded cheese inside w/mixture before rolling and sprinkled some chili powder in with the soup mixture since i'd read it lacked in the spice department. After i poured the remaining sauce on top i went ahead and sprinkled the cheese then baked for 20 minutes. I snuck one, but am resisting the urge to make another batch cause I know i'll be the only one eating them :) Thanks so much for the simple delicious recipe!!!
Enjoyed the dish, but found it lacking in spiceness. The cooking time was inadequate and had to finally pop them in microwave to get them heated. Lots might depend on type of tortilla used. I had whole wheat, but think maybe corn might be better.
My husband LOVED these enchiladas. They are so creamy and delicious and very easy to throw together. I usually season my chicken with cumin, oregano and salsa before putting them into the tortillas. Delcious!
My family and I really had a fun time preparing this meal together. It was very delicious and one that I'm sure we will have again. I liked the tip about using the Mexican cheese combo. That tasted great. We also will season the chicken the next time for added flavor as well as adding some other veggies. Thanks for the recipe.
Delicious! My family really enjoyed this dish.
Very tasty! This isn't what I would call enchiladas, but I enjoyed it on it's own merits. It is very mild, so if you like spice you'll need to add something to it. Thanks!:)
Very, very Delicious. I changed a few things. Used comino instead of chili powder, and after topping with the monterey jack and colby jack cheese, and soup mixture I poured a little bit of green enchilada sauce. I add lots of cilantro even while cooking the onions!! Tastes pretty authentic.
I made this twice in one week and everyone loved it. It also reheats very well.