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I like enchiladas but they can be gratuitiously calorie laden. And the sauce you buy inthe store is not that good. But I had some chicken I wanted to make enchiladas with AND I thought this recipe looked good. The allowed by to avoid over-fatting the tortillas. I just drug them through the warm enchilada sauce and made chicken cheese enchaladas with a little extra sauce poored over the enchiladas. And cheese. I was short of time so I nuked the enchiladas. These were surprisingly good nuked. And since it is just DH and I, I have left over enchilada sauce. Will be making more. And I say that with anticipation.
Easy and delicious, so much better than anything in a can! Will make this from now on.
If I could take away stars I would. Absolutely the worst I have ever tasted!! I added onion salt, cayenne pepper, more garlic, salt and brown sugar to give it flavor.
So good! I was looking for a way to use up all of the left over broth from making shredded beef and used that instead of water in this recipe. I used the shredded beef to stuff the enchiladas and gf flour (I have a gluten allergy) and everyone in my house LOVED it! Thanks for posting!
Very easy and very tasty, all with ingredients I had on hand. Very economical, there will be absolutely no need to buy enchilada sauce again with this recipe in my collection. Thanks Donna for sharing.
I will never buy canned sauce again, truely an authentic recipe, I love the flavor and ease of this sauce, It makes alot of sauce, but ive found out it freezes well!!! Thank you
I add a bit of cayenne pepper for a bit more kick, But awesome recipe.
This is the best! Many enchilada sauces I have tried are too bitter. This is flavorful and smooth. Thanks for a great recipe!
sorry me and my family doesn't like this recipe