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Creamy Chicken Enchiladas

Creamy Chicken Enchiladas recipe
photo by:kraft
Pick up a rotisserie chicken on your way home, and you're halfway to creamy, cheesy enchiladas. You'll have these in the oven faster than you can say "takeout."
15 min
40 min
6 servings
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It was absolutely delish!!! My husband loved it!!! I added extra salsa and I seasoned my chicken breast with red pepper and black pepper for an extra kick of spice!
LOVED IT!! We had friends over for dinner and it didn't take to long to make, the amount of filling for the tortillas were perfect. Mine unfortunatly didn't all fit in the 13x9 pan but i just put the extras in a smaller one. Our guests LOVED it!
I love this recipe and have made it over and over again, and everyone else loves it too! I add about half of the salsa to the filling and it really adds flavor. If you like heat, replace the cheddar with habenero cheddar. Yum!
I loved the recipe, but I did add Mexican seasoning to the chicken mixture and enchilada sauce to the salsa. It turned out great!
My family enjoys creamy chicken enchiladas. I add a little taco seasoning mix to give it a stronger Mexican flavor.
I wasn't so sure about the cream of chicken soup in the filling but it turned out fantastic! I added sour cream to the salsa as a sauce and it was creamy and good! The whole family ate it, including my incredibly picky nephew.
I didn't follow the ingredients as used to a tee, I just needed a starting tool; however I substituted the Creamy Soup with: Velveeta Cheese- 1/4 block, Philadelphia Cream cheese - 1/2 block and sour cream to make the sauce. I baked my chicken separately and then cut it up and added it to the sauce. All in all; it still came out great. Thanks for the tips.
These were great! I had a dinner party and none were left!! I did use enchilada sauce instead of salsa and a little more cilantro but it was great!
I would like to know if anyone has made this dish using corn tortillas. I loved the recipe, but would like to try it with corn tortillas, and I would like to know if I would have to change the recipe or not. I'm planning on making this Sunday for my daughters. Maybe Kraft could answer this question. Thanks.
Extremely quick and easy to make. My son doesn't like salsa so I used cream of chicken in place of the salsa and added the cheese. He loved them.
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