The garlic was so overpowering on this dish that it left me sick for a couple of days afterwards :-( It was one of the easier and quicker enchilada dishes I had prepared so I was disappointed!
good meal, it was my first time trying something mexican, and this turned out well! i liked the sauce; very flavourful. the only thing is that this dish is really rich and filling, half an enchilada and i am beyond satiated with the dish. thank you for a great recipe anyway.
These are really good, real good flavor. My hubby loves beef enchiladas, but I've never tried to make them myself. I've made his family recipe for chili enchiladas, but not beef. The only problem was they totally fell apart when we took them out of the pan, so it was more like a casserole then enchiladas. Instead of flour tortillas I used corn tortillas, I knew he would prefer the corn tortillas over flour. I fried them in oil to soften them some. And since I can only find small tortillas at my store they were really over stuffed. All in all we liked them.
These were wonderful...I made them exactly as stated, but used diced tomatoes instead of stewed. They came out wonderful...will put in our favorite recipes.
We really liked the flavor of these and the house did smell wonderful while they were cooking! I thought the sauce was a little thick, but DH thought it was fine I do think next time I'll cut back on the flour a bit. I used diced tomatoes instead of of stewed and corn tortillas instead of flour. I had a a bit of trouble with the sauce - it was a little lumpy, but it was fine after baking. Based on other reviews, I'm really looking forward to trying the leftovers tomorrow! Thanks for posting!
This is my all-time favorite recipe! The flavors combine so well with the sage, cumin, and chili powder. The sage is something I've started putting in a lot of my Mexican dishes and it just enhances the flavors so well! This is a very, very rich-tasting recipe so watch out! Yummy! Thanks for posting and sharing!
My family loved these, and they are always a hit at gatherings. I have been making them since they first appeared in Taste of Home years ago.
Truly wonderful enchiladas! I just realized that I forgot to add the flour to the meat mixture, but it definitely did not have any sort of negative effect because these were the most wonderful enchiladas I've ever tasted. I was looking for a recipe where I could make my own sauce rather than using pre-made, canned stuff and this recipe was perfect. Thanks so much!! We added a bit of hot sauce and cayenne to the meat. We topped with sour cream, lettuce, tomatoes, cilantro and lime wedges. Thanks again!!
These are the best enchiladas I've ever meade, I absolutely LOVE them! I will probably add some veggies in the future but it is great as is. Thank you so much for sharing.
Great dish. Everyone loves it. I followed the recipe exact except I decided to use corn tortillas instead of flour. After rolling them up, I sprinkle some extra cheese on top, bake it for 15 minutes in 350 oven then garnish with some cilantro and chopped scallions. To Die For!! Thank you for sharing your recipe.