11 Reviews

The flavor on this was EXCELLENT - but adding the water to the salsa mixture made it like soup - the result was soggy tortillas and a weird mouth feel. Next time I dont think I'll add the water to the salsa.... Other than that it was fabulous!

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CookbookCarrie May 02, 2010

A great recipe ... used the Mexican chorizo and everything according to the recipe. It turned out perfect. And for those who mentioned soggy tortillas. Please be sure to read the intro which stated that her salsa was very thick. My salsa was average and I did not use the water and it turned out wonderful. I forgot to review this before but I'm making it again this week for a Lady I cook for and I know she will love it. She loves Mexican food. I served it with a small green salad tossed with black beans, cilantro, cucumber, and a light lime vinaigrette.

It is a wonderful dish. I also added some diced avocado just as a side, it could be a garnish or just a nice side. Very simple.
Excellent

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SarasotaCook July 17, 2011

When I made this I bought all of the ingredients from my local mexican produce store..It was the best idea ever!!!! Usually when I make casseroles there are leftovers but with this there was nothing left. I bought the chorizo in sausage form but took it out of its casing. I really think that by doing this it added so much extra flavor to the meat.

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affytapple August 18, 2010

Had some left over smoked chicken from the previous evening and was looking for a fun twist to use it again. This was a fantastic recipe and both my 23 year old son and my husband thought it was FANTASTIC!!! as did I!! thanks for the recipe

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montchefvic May 24, 2010

I too altered the recipe slightly by using ground Chorizo, omitting the water, and using corn tortillas in place of the flour ones. It has become a family favorite of ours. Thanks French Tart for the recipe.

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sisterchic May 16, 2010

We altered this recipe very slightly by using ground Chorizo instead of links & did not use the water. That was the only change. My BH loved it, I personally feel that it would have been better if the chicken was grilled, then shredded and then sauteed in the spices for a bit to enhance the flavors. We used a salad of shredded lettuce with the guacamole', sour cream, a little extra cold salsa on the side and it added to the casserole.

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CabinKat May 11, 2010

The overall taste was very good, but I, too, had a problem with soggy tortillas. I will try making this again, but will probably omit the water altogether.

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VerucaSalt! May 06, 2010

I have been looking for a new recipe to use left over chicken and the picture looked so good that I had to check it out. The recipe sounds GREAT and I can't wait to try it. My only problrm is I have no way to get the chorizo sausage, I can try with hot Italian sausage. Also my husband doen't like hot, so I will probably top mine with jalapeno peppers. Looking forward to this.

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2644jmh May 04, 2010

WOW!!!! i know, i know. ive been outta the game for a while but to come back to this!!! AMAZING!!!! my B/F and Daughter loved this SO MUCH! (of course for the lil one had to tone down the spicy) oh man, just thinkin of this a day later made my mouth water!!! keep it up woman!!

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HappyFlour66 May 03, 2010
Smoky Chicken and Chorizo Mexican Enchilada Baked Casserole