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Super-Easy Chicken Enchilada Skillet

Super-Easy Chicken Enchilada Skillet recipe
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This tasty chicken enchilada skillet cuts down on prep without cutting flavor. Just cut up the tortillas and stir them in with the chicken.
time
prep:
35 min
total:
35 min
servings
total:
4 servings, about 1-1/4 cups each
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posted:
11/21/2006
My kids made the recipe and they loved it. I think I would add more flour tortias next time. I also blended the salsa for my kids and they loved that.
posted:
11/21/2006
Due to the fact that is was made in one pan with just a few prep minutes with items you have in the house, I rate this dish excellent. I did add garlic pepper to the top of the dish before I put on the cheese. A great dish for a non-cooker or a school kid learning to cook. Will make again and again!
posted:
11/21/2006
This was kind of bland and kind of watery. The watery part was probably my fault - I should have used more tortilla - but this could definately use more flavor (maybe taxo seasoning).
posted:
11/17/2006
I made this recipe last night and was impressed! It was very quick and easy and tasted good too. I'd like to try it with beef next time and maybe some vegetables to add some color.
posted:
11/16/2006
everyone loved it and it was so easy to make. it's my favorite so far.
posted:
11/16/2006
The sauce was bland. .. it had no flavor and it looked like goo. Although, I did like that it was cooked in one skillet. Next time I will fry CORN tortillas until slightly crispy and then add already cooked diced chicken. Then add homemade (or canned) Enchilada sauce.
posted:
11/15/2006
mouth full of mush. From the tex-mex capital- I fed it to the disposal.
posted:
11/15/2006
This was so great. Very easy. I doubled the recipe, added some fajita seasoning (garlic, salt, pepper, jalepeno seasoning) to the meat while cooking. Everyone ate seconds-even my 3 year old. My husband said they were almost like chicken dumplings with a mexican twist! I would even make this sauce to make normal enchiladas!
posted:
11/15/2006
it was pretty good. i added a pouch of fajita seasoning to the chicken and it tasted superb. and like another cook had previously commented it tastes better the next day warmed up!
posted:
11/15/2006
too bland, no zing, tortilla's became too mushy, when my son covered w/ sour cream & hot sauce, then he ate it... would not make again...
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