Southwestern Enchilada Recipes, page 2

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Enchilada Recipes

Eggplant and Almond Enchiladas
Elegant Enchiladas Blancas
Enchiladas 2
Enchiladas San Antonio
Enchiladas Sencillas
Enchiladas, Sonora Style
Enchilada Stack
Enchiladas Verdes de Mariscos
Entomatadas photo — Entomatadas are a dish made of a folded corn tortilla which has first been fried in oil and then bathed in a tomato sauce made from tomatoes, garlic, onion, oregano, chile serrano (optional) and salt. The recipes for the tomato sauce vary by cook, and many simply use enchilada sauce as in this recipe. The tortilla can be filled with a number of different ingredients, however the most common are chicken, beef, cheese or beans. More sauce is poured on top of the filled tortillas and the dish is garnished with sour cream, queso fresco and diced white onion.
Fiesta Chicken Enchiladas photo
Fiesta Enchiladas
Green Chile and Chicken Enchiladas
Green Enchiladas
Lawry's Beef Enchiladas
Layered Enchilada Stack photo
Lazy Pork Enchiladas with Red Sauce photo — Layering the tortillas in this dish makes it kind of a Latin lasagna—and it’d be similarly appropriate at a potluck, tailgate party, or game night. Serve rice, beans, and tortilla chips on the side.
Longhorn Cheese Enchiladas
Mexican Beef Enchiladas
Mexican Enchiladas
Mole Enchiladas
New Mexico Green Enchiladas
New Mexico Style Enchiladas
New Mexico-Style Stacked Enchiladas
Northern New Mexico Red Chile Enchiladas
Pistol Pete's Arizona Style Enchilada Sauce
Plucky Enchiladas
Pork Chile Verde Enchiladas
Pulled Pork Tomato Mole Enchiladas photo — Holy mole! Yummy make-ahead oven-roasted pulled pork and a shortcut mole made with make-ahead Roma roasted tomato sauce take your weeknight enchiladas to the next level.

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