Top Rated Chicken Enchilada Recipes

Easy Chicken Enchiladas
This recipe comes from Campbell’s Kitchen Mexican night is made easy with these simple enchiladas that are ready in just 30 minutes. Mexican-style tomato soup, cooked chicken and Colby Jack cheese combine to make a scrumptious filling for warm flour tortillas. Baked until hot and bubbling, these cheesy chicken enchiladas are sure to earn rave reviews. Click Here to See More Enchiladas Recipes
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Chicken enchiladas suizas are the combination of white meat chicken, tart salsa verde, creamy sour cream, and melted Monterey Jack cheese. Enchiladas verdes are similar, but don’t use sour cream in the sauce. Make a delicious chicken enchilada recipe tonight for dinner — it comes together in a jiffy.
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Chicken Enchilada Casserole
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 CerealClick here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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Chicken Enchiladas, Salsa Verde, Red Enchilada Sauce, Easy Mexican Recipe, Chicken Enchilada Recipe
Chicken Enchiladas with Red Enchilada Sauce and Salsa Verde.
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Enchiladas may sound like a complicated dish, but with the help of Campbell's Condensed Cream of Chicken Soup, you can get strong, authentic flavors in no time.  Click here to see 10 Best Back-of-the-Can Recipes
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One-Pot Cheesy Chicken Enchilada Pasta
Recipe excerpted from Fast and Easy Five-Ingredient Recipes: A Cookbook for Busy People by Philia Kelnhofer. Who wants to be stuck doing tons of dishes? Not me, that’s for sure. With this one-pot recipe you’ll have a wonderful meal on the table in less than 30 minutes and cleanup will be a breeze. Everyone will love this twist on chicken enchiladas by having them as a pasta dish. This is definitely one weeknight dinner to make tonight.Click here for more one-pot meals. 
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Enchiladas topped with cheese and filled with deliciousness.
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Easy Chicken Enchilada Crescent Bake
You can make this easy, four-ingredient, eight-serving casserole in just 30 minutes! Click here for more Pillsbury Crescent Roll Recipes.
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Chicken Enchiladas
Here’s my twist on chicken enchiladas. Red sauce is great and all, but sometimes you just need a change. I topped my enchiladas with a cilantro-pepita dressing and pico de gallo, but you can definitely turn up the heat level with some serrano or habanero peppers. Pepitas are green pumpkin seeds often used in Mexican cooking and can be found in the specialty foods aisle of the grocery store (try asking for pine nuts, and they should be nearby). Click here to see Cozy Comfort Food Recipes. 
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Chicken Enchiladas Suizas
This is incredibly easy to make. Not to go all Sandra Lee Semi-Homemade on you, but I used part of a rotisserie chicken. That eliminated having to poach or roast chicken breasts. Adding canned green chiles lets you decide if you want more or less spice because you can choose mild or hot chiles. The cheese in the dish can be varied as well. Enchiladas Suizas is one of those dishes that is almost better if it rests overnight and the cheese sauce is added just before it goes into the oven. That makes it a perfect Cinco de Mayo dinner since you can make it ahead, and enjoy your margaritas while it bakes away in the oven. I serve my enchiladas with a wonderful recipe for Mexican coleslaw that I highly recommend. It gives a new dimension to the dish. It’s not just wildly colorful — it’s mayonnaise-free. Which may just make up for the decadent cream sauce, the Suiza part of the enchilada.
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