This is a real twist on a traditional enchilada and is anything but budget. I only made these for special occasions as a result. Note that there is no cheese, red or green sauce. It’s yet another from my “scrap of paper” cookbook. lol This is a “recreation” of one I had in a restaurant years ago in California so at least I know where this one came from. lol The following is as close as I can come from my little “notes”. As always, if you make them, adjust to your taste and suggestions/comments/critique that might help others decide whether or not to try these is greatly appreciated. My suggestion: I did try using imitation crabmeat. One time. It was NOT the same in this recipe in either taste or texture. These are designed to take up the entire plate and “be” the meal but by all means if you’d like to divide them between 4 persons and serve with rice and beans use smaller flour tortillas and adjust the garnishes as desired. Note that the cooking time includes the "infusion" time. Here’s hoping I deciphered my notes right!