5 Reviews

I was excited to try this recipe to make ahead for my kids and their spouses on a recent visit. The recipe wasn't too time consuming and the steps were actually easy to follow. It froze beautifully and everyone was complimentary. My picky son cleaned his plate. I thought that the dish turned out a little "dry" and might use a little more cream or half and half next time. It's a winner though, and I'll make it again.

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Geema January 08, 2003

I found this recipe in the "Colorado Cache" cookbook. Since my family is big on Mexican, I tried it. It is a little different from your usual "Tex-mex" type of enchiladas. This dish was loved by all and is a must have on everyone's birthday!

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keen5 October 22, 2002

I am sometimes a lazy cook. I made this simple and fast recipe super-duper fast and easy! Our Sam's Club has large cans of beautiful premium white meat chicken breast, and I used that instead of cooking chicken. Then, I steamed the tortillas between damp paper towels in the microwave 6 at a time. This dish froze beautifully. I used pepper jack cheese, but that didn't really add color. I wish it looked prettier, but it sure tastes delicious. I served with green El Yucateco Habanero sauce.

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jackieblue April 21, 2008

These are really good. My hubby thought they were the "best ever!!" Great recipe.

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JKRunning July 06, 2006

This was almost exactly like the enchiladas from my favorite Mexican restaurant. It was a little time consuming but worth the effort. I didn't use as much cheese and it was still loaded. I also had enough to make 2 9x13 pans without doubling. I guess I didn't use as much filling! Thanks for an awesome recipe!

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merandmalmom January 08, 2004
Enchiladas Suizas