8.03.2009

Chicken Enchiladas

Hey guys! I recently have gotten on a kick where I am tired of our same ole things we tend to eat every week and was ready to try something new. So I finally tok the initiative to ask friends to share any yummy recipes (that were easy of course) with me so I could try!

I wanted to share this simply yet amazing recipe I recieved from a friend. I am not sure why in the world I am JUST now getting around to making enchiladas because I have heard so much about them and we eat tacos all the time and LOVE Mexican food. Anyways I finally did last night and it was a HUGE hit with the hubby :)

So if you have never done them before.. DO IT! And if I am the last person on earth to finally attempt then just laugh with me and understand cooking it not really my thing and I am just learning ha!

Chicken Enchiladas

1 package of big flour tortillas
Chicken (whole chicken or 4 large breasts skinless/boneless)
Cream of Chicken
Small can chopped green chilies
Sour Cream
1 bag (S~2 cups) shredded cheddar (I like to use the Mexican shredded cheese)
Salsa
lettuce

Directions:
Cook chicken (I boil mine until done) – Remove skin and debone, if needed. Better yet, I’ve even used the baked/rotisserie chicken from Krogers and/or Walmart…also, take off bone). Shred (pull apart) the chicken in a big mixing bowl. Add and mix in….Can of cream of chicken or cream of mushroom soup.Small can of chopped green chilies (in Mexican food section)½ cup of sour cream Spread a big spoonful of the mixture down the middle of a big tortilla. Roll and lay side by side in 13 X 9 or larger baking dish. Spray with Pam before putting the enchiladas in the pan. It will make ~8 enchiladas. Top with shredded cheese and bake at 375 degrees until hot and bubbly. Top with salsa, sour cream lettuce, olives, peppers, whatever you like!

Thanks again Diana!!!

6 comments:

jrrainer said...

That recipe is great! I made those for Amy when she had Jackson. I do it a little differently, but the same ingredients. Glad you liked them!

Ashley said...

You should try kraftfoods.com
It's my favorite website for easy and most of the time cheap meals. Plus you can read reviews on how people modify them and can save your favorite recipes.

The Walker Family said...

I LOVE THOSE!!! Rachel made those for me when Jack came and we devoured them!! I love making them. And they are incredibly good re-heated. :-)

Jenn Wade said...

Is this Diana Linville's recipe? It's one of my most favorite meals! My Momma used to make it all the time. :)

Bekah Mason said...

I made these last night and they were a big hit with the fam-- my brother even came over and ate with us! Thanks for sharing! :-)

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