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Easy Chicken Enchiladas

Easy Chicken Enchiladas recipe
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These chicken enchiladas get their Southwest flavor from a mixture of cream cheese and taco seasoning.
20 min
40 min
6 servings
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This recipe sounds good with revisions - but what is Rotel?
Very bland. For all the calories in the cream cheese sauce I thought this would be much better.
I thought this recipe was good overall. I did add a few things to make it a little bit better. Yellow rice, black beans and salsa. The tasted delicious and I had some of the chicken mixture left over and used it to make chicken nachos the next night. Would definitely recommend!
This was good. I too would add Rotel instead of the diced tomatoes to spice it up just a bit.
Easy Chicken Enchiladas - easy yes, good no! Recipe needs lots of work. Overall dish was flavor blah, especially if you like traditional mexican. 2nd try added some 4 cheese, black beans, Rotel instead of tomatoes to the mix, better, but now you start wondering about the value of the product. Just proof that quality takes time and effort. Will go back to making from scratch. Filling doesn't take that much longer, tastes much better and worth the effort if you enjoy preparing and eating good food as opposed to eating just to fill up.
This was pretty good. I followed the recipe exactly and it was somewhat bland. I think it would be better if I used salsa instead of diced tomatoes. And maybe put some chilies or jalapenos in, also. I would definitely make this again with some revisions.
I subbed whole wheat tortillas; then added finely chopped onions and red peppers in the chicken mix and then put the mix in the tortillas (no pre-cooking the onion). I also subbed diced tomatoes and green chilies. The end result was fantastic. This is being added to our family cookbook.
My husband loved it, and he is very picky about his enchiladas. I cant wait to try the other flavors and recipes.
This was awesome! My family loved it. I didn't make the recipe exactly like it said; I didn't have the Santa Fe cooking creme, I had the Garlic one already so I used that and I also used Fire Roasted diced tomatoes instead of plain diced tomatoes. It turned out great!! I'll definitely make it again and try it the way the recipe calls for too. I would mix a some sour cream with the rest of the cooking creme that goes on top and maybe add some diced green chilies in with the onions.
I've been wanting to try a recipe for chicken enchiladas for awhile now. So glad I picked this one. So easy and so very tasty!
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