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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!
time
prep:
20 min
total:
26 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
12/23/2006
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.
posted:
7/3/2006
My Mexican family would laugh. You're supposed to use corn tortillas NOT flour tortillas for enchiladas. Everything looks good, except the tortilla.
posted:
4/19/2006
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! :)
posted:
4/5/2006
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.
posted:
12/27/2005
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.
posted:
12/17/2005
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!
posted:
12/5/2005
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!
posted:
12/4/2005
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!
posted:
11/29/2005
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.
posted:
7/27/2005
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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