Fabulous! I used the mozzarella cheese that has the chiles in it (Tillamook)and tossed in a couple tablespoons of cilantro I had on hand. Topped it with salsa and fresh tomatoes. I also added another egg, just because I wanted to stretch it a little more (it's an awful lot of cheese and I didn't want it to be too heavy). It was great! Thanks for posting this!
I couldn't find the whole chilies so I used the chopped chilies. I think the whole chilies would have given it a different flavor so I can't honestly comment on this recipe. As I made it I wouldn't make it again. My family found it very mild and boring. Sorry
My husband loves authentic mexican meals he is from Mexico. He liked this very much. I did add in layers a layer of ground meat sauteed with jalepenos, tomotoes,and spices. added a little tomotoe sauce on top. And some Queso Fresco along with the Cheddar cheese. Turned out great.Will keep this one.
These were super easy and super good! I will definately be making them again, and forwarding the recipe to all my friends! Thanks for the recipe, Cinderbear57!
WELL, AWESOME!!!!!!!! Layering technique made it more filling and dinner-like. Salsa on top makes it better. Thanks for A QUICK, pantry easy dinner! amberngriffinco
Loved this.... It was a fast and easy fix! I doubled the egg mixture, as we like the outer coating of the chili the most.
I cut the eggs back to 2 and the cheese in half as well (trying to watch the fat) and it still puffed up and tasted fabulous. I used freshly roasted Hatch chilis, half hot and half mild. Next time I will be adding some onions I think for a little extra flavor.
Loved this dish. Very easy to make and tasted exceptional. Added enchilada sauce to top with added cheddar cheese last 5 minutes of baking.
This is an excellent dish. I brought it to a party where Mexican food was being served. It wowed everyone. It is different than the usual dish of enchiladas or tacos! I highly suggest.