What should I make for dinner tonight? This might just be the number one question that we ask ourselves almost daily over here.
Then you have come to the right place, we have rounded up 21 best enchilada recipe that we have shared over the years.
Plus, there is such a variety of flavours in these recipes, so you are sure to find something for you. Most of these recipes are quick and easy ones made especially for busy weeknights.
21 Best Enchilada Recipe
How do you make real good enchiladas?
Leave enchiladas overwrap and place on microwave plate.
Are enchiladas better with corn or flour tortillas?
Sturdy yellow corn tortillas hold up better in these enchiladas than more delicate white corn tortillas. (Do not use flour tortillas for this recipe; the flavor isn’t right.) The corn tortillas must be softened before they are rolled and baked in the casserole.
What is the best melting cheese for enchiladas?
Use a shredded Mexican cheese blend for the best melting and flavor. A rustic cut blend of 4 cheese is the best all-around cheese for enchiladas. Look for one that includes Montery Jack, Cheddar, Asadero and Queso Quesadilla Cheese. Avoid using all cheddar as it can be too oily.
How do you keep tortillas from getting soggy in enchiladas?
To prevent your tortillas from tearing or becoming soggy, quickly fry each corn tortilla in any oil you like for about 10 seconds on each side, until it starts to get crispy but is still pliable. This will add a barrier that will keep the tortilla from absorbing too much sauce, and also adds a little extra flavor.
What are real good enchiladas made of?
Made with real, simple ingredients: the low-carb Tortilla is made from Antibiotic-free chicken and it’s filled with slow-cooked beef! Topped with made-from-scratch sauces. Pop them in the microwave for a quick work lunch, or bake them in the oven for a crispier tortilla!
How long do I cook real good enchiladas?
Conventional Oven: Remove enchilada tray from box and film; Leave enchiladas in tray; Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Place tray in conventional oven. Bake for 20 min.
What kind of cheese do Mexican restaurants use in enchiladas?
Monterey Jack is a cheese that was developed in a monastery in Monterey, Alta California in the 18th century, when Alta California was still a Mexican territory. Its use in northern México is mainly to make enchiladas. In California I’m sure that most of the Mexican restaurants use Monterey Jack cheese.
How do you make enchiladas crispy?
Rebecca, try this: Heat one cup vegetable oil in a medium skillet over medium-high heat until the oil bubbles immediately when you stick the edge of a tortilla onto the surface. Working one at a time, fry a tortilla, turning once, until it just starts to brown and crisp (about 10 seconds per side).
What else can you put in enchiladas?
Toppings: When it comes to enchiladas, I vote the more toppings the merrier! Any combination of chopped fresh cilantro, sliced avocado, diced red onion (or quick pickled red onions), sliced radishes, fresh or pickled jalapeños, sour cream or Mexican crema, and/or extra cheese would be delicious!
Should I cover enchiladas while baking?
Step 5: Bake Enchiladas and Serve
Most enchiladas are baked covered with foil until heated through. Oven temperatures and baking times vary per recipe, but on average they cook in a 350°F oven for about 25 minutes. Sprinkle the cheese on top of the enchiladas after they are heated through.
Do you have to fry tortillas for enchiladas?
Frying tortillas for enchiladas is meant to soften the tortillas and help prevent cracking and breaking. It turns out, you don’t have to fry tortillas. Some of the best alternatives to frying include steaming, oil baking, coconut oil, microwave, and a skillet or griddle.