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Wonderful, quick and different! We had a large leftover BBQ'd steak which I cubed. Followed your directions except for the addition of cumin to the onion/pepper medley. Purchased an excellent green salsa and added to the mixture. Poured a red salsa over the assembled batch and topped with fat free sour cream. Very filling indeed!
I made these the other night with my leftover roast, and it came out so yummy! The only change I made was to use a can of enchilada sauce versus the taco sauce. I will use this again for sure, thanks for posting!
Had lots of left over roast beef that I shredded (we prefer shredded to the cubed). I had to use enchilada sauce since that was what was in the cupbpoard. But what made this a great recipe was the addition of the peppers and onions which I sauted. We LOVED these enchilads. Thanks for a great dinner idea, Bergy.
This was delicious! I used whole wheat flour tortillas and lots of extra cheese. This is a great alternative for using up left over roast beef. I omitted the cumin, as I don't care for it, and the only other thing I would change would be to grease the pan a little as mine stuck to the bottom somewhat. Truly a great recipe that was well recieved by my whole family. Thanks Bergy!
A quick, easy & tasty way to use up the leftovers from Sunday's roast! However, I couldn't have made this without JustaQT's Taco Sauce (#60254) - so the glory must be shared. I scaled the recipe in half, added a chopped jalapeno, used low-fat cheddar & served the sour cream on the side - only because I don't like it cooked. Thanx Bergy!
What an amazing recipe and a great way to use up leftover roast beef. I spiced it up a bit to our taste and used half cheddar and half Monterey Jack cheese. This one's a keeper!
excellent!!! thanks for posting!!!
Totally 5*****! Great way to use up left-over roast for a really pleasing and tasty dish! Smells heavenly baking. Made for Comfort Foods in Cooking Photos.
These were gorgous, I added salt and pepper to taste to the meat mixture and a couple of tablespoons of redcurrent jelly to sweeten slightly, instead of taco sauce I used my homemade salsa. What a quick and easy recipe to make, just loved it!!! This is a winner
These turned out really good. To tell you the truth, though, I'm not really certain if I've ever had enchiladas before - certainly not for at least 10 or 15 years anyway. A really good way to use up the left-over rib roast we had in the fridge