This recipe is most like the one I lost in a move. I haven't tried it yet, but it looks similar. In New Mexico, enchiladas are traditionally stacked, rather than rolled. They consist of a red chile sauce and cheese. Meat is not traditional- and there should never be any tomato in the sauce. A fried egg is served on top- it helps cut the heat. I have not tried this recipe- but it looks close to the very old family recipe that my sister was given. Lost the old recipe, so I hope this one is good. From Cocinas De New Mexico cookbook. Freezes well. *For best taste you can make your own chile powder- directions will be at the bottom of the recipe. I guessed on prep time.