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Beef Enchiladas Olé

Beef Enchiladas Olé recipe
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It's hard to not feel a little triumphant when it takes less than half an hour to get these cheesy beef enchiladas on the table. Ole!
20 min
26 min
6 servings
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This was a easy dish to make and very tasty. I took the advice from before and made sure to melt the cheese a lil before pouring it over the tortillas.
My Mexican family would laugh. You're supposed to use corn tortillas NOT flour tortillas for enchiladas. Everything looks good, except the tortilla.
Cheese definently didn't melt well. Will melt cheese prior to adding to burritos next time. Other than that, my boyfriend and I really enjoyed! :)
I did use Ground beef (not hamburger) and added onions and some taco seasoning when I fried beef. Also always melt cheese and first. Usually I use the shredded cheese melts a lot faster if only makeing enough for 2 people. Tasted good to us. Will be making again.
This dish was easy and delicious. Worried that the salsa and mexican cheese would not be flavorful enough for our spicy tastes, I added a packet of taco seasoning to the ground beef before I added the cheese and salsa. The only problem I encountered was cutting the remaining cheese into cubes - it did not melt easily in the microwave so next time I will mix the salsa and cheese and melt it prior to putting it on top of the enchiladas.
My husband and I loved this. I added a some rotel and onion in addition to the salsa and cheese. Also, I will melt the velvetta and salsa together to form a sauce like the one pictured to go over the enchiladas. Otherwise, this was wonderful!
We really liked it. My husband suggested, though, that we should use enchilada sauce on top the next time. It was quick, easy, and pretty good!
These were great! I ask my husband to rate everything I make from 1-5 and I put it on my recipes so I know if I should make things again and he said this recipe makes everything he ever rated a 5 drop down to a 4. Needless to say I'll be making this a lot. It was very very good. I served it with canned corn that had red and green peppers in it as a side. I highly recommend this recipe! Oh and it was so quick and easy!
I didn't have the special Velveeta, so I used taco seasoning mix in with the meat and salsa. It gave it a nice flavor. The topping was a little sparse, but otherwise it made for a nice easy meal.
I used beef tips and regular Velveeta. Very filling. Nobody could eat more than one. Made Spanish rice & refried beans as sides.
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