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Better-than-Ever Beef Enchiladas

Better-than-Ever Beef Enchiladas recipe
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We cut out a little of the meat, upped the veggies and used better-for-you ingredients to trim calories and fat from this enchilada dish. What we didn’t trim was flavor.
time
prep:
25 min
total:
45 min
servings
total:
2 servings
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posted:
12/7/2010
When I started this recipe I did not realize how much detail there was to it. I definately buy thicker tortillas next time, as mine fell apart in the process.
posted:
10/20/2010
First time cooking enchiladas, I was a little nervous. Family loved it and had enough for leftovers!
posted:
10/20/2010
Didn't care for the flavor. I recommend not basting the corn chips.
posted:
10/19/2010
It turned out really well and we made guacamole to have on the side. We used a hot salsa with it.
posted:
10/19/2010
The tortillas fell apart a bit when I was rolling them, but it didn't matter. The finished product was awesome.
posted:
10/5/2010
I made this with ground turkey and whole wheat tortillas, added diced onions. Was a delicious hit, my fiance even went back for seconds and he usually is not a fan of mexican food.
posted:
8/25/2010
This recipe was quick and easy. I made it with chicken instead of beef but still amazing!! Husband loved it and I would definately cook it again!
posted:
7/21/2010
This recipe is good but it's missing the "wow" factor. I had some difficulty with the corn tortillas - they all tore. Overall, it's a good recipe, but I probably won't make it again.
posted:
7/20/2010
For a low calorie beef enchalada its tasty, I would recomend seasoning the ground beef and peppers with a little cayenne pepper, ground cumin & minced garlic during the browning process.
posted:
7/13/2010
We really liked this recipe. I didn't have time to roll the enchiladas, so I just layered 4 of the tortillas on the bottom (on top of the salsa), then put the meat mixture on top, followed by the other tortillas and salsa. I baked it as directed and it was yummy! As long as you don't care about presentation, this was a great way to save time! I think next time I'll add some corn in too. I can see where some might think this was bland if they used mild salsa. I used medium and thought it was great!
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