Dr. Josh Axe
Recipe Courtesy of Dr. Josh Axe, DNM, DC, CNS
Chicken enchiladas don’t have to just be for date night. What if I told you that it’s not that hard to recreate this delicious dish in the comfort of your own kitchen? And what if I told you that you could make a version that’s much healthier than the one at your favorite Mexican restaurant?
Traditional enchiladas are usually cooked with lots of unhealthy canola or vegetable oil. Canola oil is especially dangerous, as it is often genetically modified and can cause kidney and liver problems, heart trouble, hypertension and other conditions. This version, however, uses no additional oil.
Additionally, the corn or flour tortillas—which can be difficult to digest for those with a gluten sensitivity—have been replaced with grain-free, paleo-friendly coconut wraps. After throwing in some metabolism-boosting lean protein from the chicken and goat cheese, and finishing with salsa verde (either homemade or store-bought), these enchiladas are baked to perfection. And you’ll never have to leave the house!
Preheat oven to 350 F.
On a wrap, add chicken, squash, onion and goat cheese and roll.
Add each roll to a 8 x 10 baking dish.
Once filled, top with salsa verde and raw cheese.
Bake for 15–20 minutes.
Serve topped with cilantro and green onions.