Friday, November 15, 2013

Enchilada Casserole Recipe...

Chicken Casserole Living from Glory to Glory Blog

Warm and Spicy Enchilada Casserole
This is our families stand by and stand up,
~Enchilada dish~

She has a few steps but well worth the work and effort.
I think a casserole is so yummy and tasty.
I took a picture of this casserole, sometime last year,
As you can still see my old cupboards in the background.
Here is how I make mine;
Tortilla's
Firstly, take your corn tortillas and lightly cook them
in a pan with some olive oil,
Use a pair of tongs, so you won't get burnt.
You have to get the pan very hot and quickly cook both sides
of the tortilla. Go ahead and do at least 13 tortilla's
for this is how many will fit in a 9x13 pan.
Set these aside on some paper towel to cool.
You do this to help the tortilla's become soft and pliable.
Filling
Then make your enchilada filling mix;
You can use either 2 cups of
 Hamburger meat cooked and browned well.
Or you can use cooked chicken, diced up. 
Place an 8oz. Bar of cream cheese in a bowl
allow it to soften.
Now, add at least 2 cups of grated cheese
I like to use a medium cheddar
If  you like onion, dice some up very fine
and add it to your mixture.
Cream Sauce
Make up your cream sauce now, you will use some for the
bottom of your 9x13 pan,
 and the rest for the top of your casserole.
Ingredients for your sauce;
Use one can of cream of mushroom soup.
Add a 1/2 can of diced tomatoes
(I like Ro*tel brand)
Add a can of green chili's
or fresh ones :)
Pour enough Cream Sauce to coat the
bottom of your 9x13 pan.
Now, use your hands and form the filling mixture
into little mini log shapes.
Place one in each tortilla and lay in your pan,
Fill your baking dish with all 13 tortilla shells filled
with mixture.
Now, pour the rest of the cream sauce on top
Add at least another cup of cheese
Cover with aluminum foil

Bake on 350 degrees
For 35minutes or until bubbly and lightly browned.

I usually serve this with rice!
Enjoy!

Living From Glory to Glory


6 comments:

  1. Hi Roxy,
    Just visiting your site back through the comment you left. It's nice to meet you:)I love how there are older woman with a burden to mentor the younger generation- praise God!
    Meagan

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  2. Hi Roxy,

    This looks like a delcious idea! I will have to try your recipe soon. Thank you for sharing! : )

    -Sarah

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  3. All I can say is....Mmm-Mmm GOOD!

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  4. I have friends that make an enchilada casserole, but I have yet to make it. Just always make enchiladas. This sounds yummy and I will be making it! Thanks for sharing it with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  5. I just found this post... not sure how I missed it. It looks so, so good. I am going to have to Pin it.

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  6. Pinned it! Just made enchiladas last week, so it's too soon to do it again.
    Be blessed,
    Laura

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