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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:
1/26/2010
These tasted great and were super easy to make. I added onion and taco seasoning. Also put non stick cooking spray on the bottom of the pan instead of salsa. This made a dozen enchiladas. Next time will add fat free refried beans.
posted:
1/23/2010
This recipe was so easy to make. The ingrediants are simple to find and prepare. It came out of the oven looking beautiful and smelling even better!
posted:
1/22/2010
there are too many really good enchilada recipes out there that are way better than this one - use one of those instead!
posted:
1/21/2010
This was the first time I made enchiladas at home for my family (I doubled the recipe) and it still only took me one hour to prepare. I browned the ground beef with a little chopped onion and some minced fresh garlic, along with some cayenne pepper. I also had a packet of taco seasoning lying around that I added to the beef mixture as well. The filling turned out great, but overall, the enchiladas were a little drier than I expected. I think I will use more salsa next time.
posted:
1/17/2010
Really tasty!!! I use whatever percentage of ground beef I have on hand and put as much salsa on top to cover. It always comes out great. I freeze left over corn tortillas and when I use them after they have been thawed they tend to crack more often.
posted:
1/14/2010
These were alright. My husband liked them, but I didn't really. I doubt I'll make these again.
posted:
1/13/2010
This was awesome! I dropped the peppers (b/c we didn't have any) and added green onions instead. I also used flour tortillas and did not coat them with the dressing. I will definitely make this again! Great idea!!
posted:
1/13/2010
This was easy and delisious! My family loved them! I motified it to make it as low fat as possible, and i was still very tasty! The only thing i will not do next time is put the salsa on the bottom of the pan, it just seemed like a big waste of all that salsa. Just use non stick cooking spray.
posted:
1/12/2010
I have recently found out to have Type 2 diabetes and I happened upon this website. Your recipes are very good and it makes me glad to be back in the kitchen. This recipe can be enhanced with the medium salsa.
posted:
1/11/2010
My favorite enchilada's use corn tortilla's however this recipe is very good and fast. We all love FAST, right? I put sliced black olives in with the meat mixture when rolling up in tortilla. Just personal preference. Serve with a dollup of sour cream and chives on top.
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