Friday, October 26, 2007

Chicken Enchiladas

I want chicken enchiladas with green sauce
I make a mean chicken enchilada, simmering chicken thighs in a little sauce till it shreds easily, then I use 50/50 Colby jack and pepper jack, Roll it all up in a flour tortilla shell. Meg likes a little black olive in hers but normally I forgo any extras on them then into the pan with some more cheese and sauce and into the oven at 350 deg. for about 45 min.., MMMMMMMThen a little Tabasco (any kind works for Doug) on them and WATCHOUT,I have made these at the firehouse several times and They always vanish
Ya'll have a good weekend
Be safe and remember
If you catch on fire STOP DROP AND ROLL
If some one else catches on fire laugh like a MOFO at there stupid ass

8 comments:

Hammer said...

I sometimes doctor up the store green sauce when I make mine. What do you use for yours?

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Fyremandoug said...

I like to put green chilies in the food prosessor long with garlic(fyreman daily vitamins) and add in the Rosarita Verde sauce, it all depends on how hot we want it as to how much Jalapenos get put in.
we did them one time with tofu Hammer and It wasnt to bad.I understand you are controling your BP...that is A GOOD thing..keep on with what ever you are doing
Oh and I am going to post a pic of my 45 also

SoHoS said...

omg I am starving that sounds so incredible

Fyremandoug said...

and they are so easy

Aprilwine said...

I make my chicken enchiladas with Rosarita Verde sauce and green chilies also. They have become one of my family's favorites. I also make great sour cream stuffed enchiladas. Ok...I'm officially drooling now.

Hammer said...

Thanks for the tips. I've got a bag of green chilis for my next batch of sauce.

barista grazioso said...

It's really easy to peel some tomatillo's as well. You can just add those to the processor. Yum! I usually peel & chop between 1-2 lbs (they're cheap) for my Verde sauce, which you can use on your enchiladas as well. :) Sounds good Doug!