I adjusted this recipe since I have celiac and can't have gluten. I made my own cream of chicken soup and used corn tortillas instead of flour. I have to say this is the BEST chicken enchiladas I have had outside my favorite hispanic owned, and cooked Mexican resteraunt. They are AWESOME!
My husband loves this because it was not too spicy. This will become a regular on the dinner circuit.
Very good. I added chopped red peppers and garden tomatoes to the sauce. It gave a very distinct tomato flavor, though I didn't think the sauce was spicy enough. Very easy to make as well.
I liked this, but the kids wouldn't eat it. I may try again with half a can or so of the green chilies as my enchiladas came out VERY spicy. Otherwise this was an easy to prepare meal.
Delicious! I cut the pepper in half as suggested by a previous reviewer and used light instead of fat-free products for personal taste. The end result was wonderful! I took your advice and doubled the recipe, freezing one batch as there is a new baby coming in a couple weeks :) Thanks!
I have made this recipe several times now. I do not use the 'low fat' items. In other words, whole milk, whole sour cream, etc. It is delicious. My husband is not fond of new recipes but raved about this one. Thank you Micheal.
LOVE this recipe. I have made it several times now, and it was terrific every time. Changes I will keep are: (1) use whole wheat tortillas (healthier & tastier); (2) use boneless-skinless chicken breasts, boiled until just-done, then shredded or cubed (the Tyson product had WAY too much chicken-fat, gristle & dark meat); (3) in addition to green chilies, I add 1-2 poblano peppers (& sometims an anaheim pepper), roasted peeled & chopped with seeds---this really enlivens the flavor without making it too spicy. My entire family and all my picky friends love this dish---even my three-year-old devours it. Thanks!
Too much pepper!!! I used 1/2 as much and it was STILL too much! Otherwise this is a great dish! My daughter makes a similar one often. I sprinkled chopped red peppers over the top and it made it more colorful.