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Top Rated Cheese Enchilada Recipes

Ancho Chile
Joe Gracey on these enchiladas: "Enchiladas… are a part of all Mexican regional cooking, but each area’s enchiladas are different, with different peppers, sauces, and fillings determined by local custom, climate, and produce. The Texas enchilada (… Texas does have its own unique, valid form of 'Mexican' food… ) is a corn tortilla wrapped around a cheese or meat filling and heated in a red chile sauce. Unfortunately, over the years it has tended to devolve into what I call the 'truck stop enchilada', which usually means corn tortillas stuffed with ground beef and covered in canned beef chili and tons of yellow Cheddar cheese from Wisconsin. I love Wisconsin Cheddar and I also make my own fabulous Texas chili con carne… but to put them into an enchilada dish is to misuse both with unfortunate results, both culinarily and digestively. I remember when in my DJ days in the early '70s Ry Cooder came to Austin to do a concert on the UT campus and I took him out to eat Tex-Mex at one of the '50's style joints in town. He got one of those big ol' giant platefuls of truck stop enchiladas with rice and refried beans and it was all he could do to go onstage that night for the massive stone lump in his stomach." "A good 'real' Texas enchilada uses a light flavored, decent white Mexican cheese or a Monterey Jack, and not a whole lot of it, and a red pepper chile sauce with no meat in it. Filling, yes, but also digestible." Good chicken stock will improve this dish. Better yet is Gracey's Mexican-Style Chicken Broth.
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A family favorite and the perfect dish for an easy, fun, build-your-own Friday night dinner! This quick casserole can be assembled in a jiffy and emerges from the oven ready to layer. Let each diner add his own embellishments like yogurt, lettuce, fresh tomatoes, and cilantro — the possibilities are deliciously endless. Click here to see 10 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Make with Cereal Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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TammieV
Cheese enchiladas the way they should be. Full of cheese!
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Pismo
I love these cheese enchiladas. My mom has had this recipe forever. I'm sure you could add chicken or some other meat if you like, but I like these just the way they are!
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Taste of Home
Find recipes for Cheese Enchiladas and other Course recipes. Get all the best recipes at . Recipe directions: In a large saucepan, combine the first six ingredients. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat; simmer, uncovered, for 4-5 minutes or until thickened, stirring occasionally. Spoon 2 tablespoons sauce over each tortilla.
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PianoCook
Awesome and easy cheese enchilada recipe. Tip: I struggled the first time I made these, and a few of my tortillas fell apart. If your first time is for a dinner party or gathering, be sure to buy extra tortillas just in case!!! :)
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www.nickjr.com
Step 1Heat the oil in a large skillet. Sauté the carrots, tomatoes, and scallions for two minutes.Step 2Fold the beans into the vegetable mixture. Then add two teaspoons of cumin, the cilantro, and chili powder. Add half the container of tomato ...
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www.epicurean.com
Heat oven to 350 d. Grease rectangular baking dish, 12 X 7 1/2 X 2 in. Mix Monterey Jack cheese, 1 cup Cheddar cheese, the onion, sour cream, parsley and pepper. Spoon about 1/2 cup cheese mixture onto each tortilla. Roll tortilla around filling and ...
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longhornmel
Tasty and simple.
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Mia Bella
This recipe is adapted from Larry's Original Mexican Restaurant in Richmond, Texas. The American cheese really makes this dish. If you like authentic Tex-Mex enchilada's, you are in for a treat! These are good without the cheddar cheese on top.
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Graybert
One of our
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Lainey6605
I recently tried this recipe from the last issue of Taste of Home and we really enjoyed it. You can substitute any type of cheese you'd like.
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