So good! Really glad I chose this recipe instead of other ones. Everyone in the family enjoyed it very much. I made exactly how it was printed, so I wouldn't change a thing. I did make 4 times as much (just because I had 2 15oz cans of sauce) and now I have extra in the freezer! Thanks for a great and easy enchilada sauce recipe!
Delicious! So glad to have this recipe, especially after reading the ingredients for the canned sauces. At least I know what's in my pan! I made this sauce last night and used it with Easy Cheesy Beef Enchiladas #106205. Wonderful! Thanks so much for sharing.
This recipe is fantastic! I did add a couple tablespoons of cornstarch to thicken it a little bit, the sauce is very thin.
Very good! I left out the garlic for my husband and just added in a little garlic pepper instead. I also cut back slightly on the chili powder for my personal taste. Three adults and one kid enjoyed this... the other kid, thought this was too spicy (no surprise & no reflection on the recipe- I just made her enchiladas with no sauce). We enjoyed this sauce in one of our favorite enchilada recipes: Easy Cheesy Beef Enchiladas .
Wow! So easy that I can't believe I ever bought enchilada sauce all this time! My family loved it! I didn't have any minced onion so I used a bit of onion powder, though next time I'll use some fresh diced onion and sautee it with the garlic. I also added a smidge of agave to balance out the acidity of the tomato flavor. Two cans of black beans and then about 4 oz of shredded colby jack blended into the sauce, then spooned into tortillas, rolled up and placed in a glass casserole. Topped with the other 4 oz. of colby jack and 15 min. at 350 made a yummy, filling meal!
Have made this MANY times. I never purchase canned any more! I make it exactly as stated. Thank you! Very easy! Always have ingredients in the house.
The description is correct-- easy and delicious! So glad to get something without preservatives, but with plenty of good flavor. I reduced the water a little bit.
Excellent. Will make again. Used thinner salsa (not chunky) and it worked well. Also added adobo seasoning, about 1 tsp. Thanks!
This was just ok. Not worth the time to make it in my busy household. I've never tried a canned sauce so I can't compare.