From Mi Mesa To Your Mesa (ENCHILADAS)
Enchiladas, real mexican food, delicious mexican food, fast and easy mexican food, hot and spicy mexican food, 100% mexican food
2. Tortillas (store bought, or home made)
4. Sour cream
5. Cotija Cheese
6. 5-6 Tomatoes and 6 Serrano Pepper(salsa)
7. Radishes (to complement the dish)
Get Ready to Taste Goodness!!
- First thing is first put the chicken to boil in order for your enchiladas to taste good your chicken has to be cooked with half an onion salt to taste and cilantro which all of this is optional that's why is not in the ingredients. Or you can just put the chicken alone to boil add salt to taste with plenty of water. Once the breast has boiled, Let it cool down.
- In a small pot put to boil the tomatoes and the serrano peppers. Once they come to a boil put them in the blender with a few cumins, which is an ingredient that gives the best taste to the enchiladas, this ingredient can be found in a Mexican store or you can buy powder cumin in any American store. Blend all the ingredients together and put them in a medium high heated pan add a few slices of onion to two spoons of cooking oil to add a sizzling flavor.
- Once the chicken breast has cooled down, start shredding the breast. Once you have the breast shredded put it aside and start shredding the lettuce. By now you should also have a side your sour cream and cotija cheese.
- And now you make heat up your hotplate. Once it is hot enough you can put as many as six tortillas to heat up. Once they are worm up. Put one at a time in the hotsauce you have done, removing it quickly and putting it in a plate, adding chicken, and cheese rolling it around as if you were to make a taco. Follow the same step with the rest of the tortillas now you may add the lettuce sour cream and cheese in your enchiladas are ready to be serve!! Enjoy & Buen Apetito
|Serving size: 4-5|
|* The Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet, so your values may change depending on your calorie needs. The values here may not be 100% accurate because the recipes have not been professionally evaluated nor have they been evaluated by the U.S. FDA.|