Ok, I must say this meal feels like cheating!  But when you are lazy, like I get sometimes, but want to look like you worked hard, this is the way to go!

I am new to this blogging stuff and eventually I will produce better pictures, but for now, these will do to help you out!

Ingredients: The ingredient amounts depend on how many enchiladas you make. You can click on the image of the ingredients to see which brands I used.  I made five enchiladas.

  • Chicken: I used frozen cooked chicken!  I have used canned chicken, rinsed     and drained.  A large can would do 5, this time I just pulled out pieces out of the bag of frozen chicken to fill each enchilada.
  • Flour Tortillas: 5 in this case.
  • Cream Cheese:  For 5 I used about 2/3 of a package.
  • Canned Green Chilis: I used one little can for mine. I could have used more!  I love, love, love them!
  • Canned Enchilada Sauce: 1 can. I had a large can and did not use it all.  I usually use green, but today, alas, I only had red. I like red, but I love green enchilada sauce!  Your choice.
  • Shredded Cheese:  Appx. 1 cup. Today I used Sharp Cheddar, but that was because I did not have the Mexican blend which I prefer.

Oven: 350 degrees. I did not preheat my oven because I was using a stone dish. I have heard you should not preheat to avoid breakage. I just love I don’t have to wait for it to pre-heat!

So here is the easy run down!

  • Pour some sauce in the bottom of the pan to cover it.
  • Cut about 1/2 inch of cream cheese and put on a tortilla.
  • Place some chicken on top of cream cheese.
  • Place some green chilis on top of the chicken. Sometimes I add more cream cheese. I am one who believes one cannot use too much cheese!
  • Roll up the tortilla and place the folded part down in the sauce.
  • Repeat until you feel like all your tummies will be full!
  • Pour more sauce over to top to cover tortillas.
  • If any chilis are left put them on top of the sauce.
  • Add cheese to the top of the sauce.
  • Cook in oven until VERY bubbly, and all cheese is melted.  About 45-50 minutes if you use frozen chicken and 30-40 minutes if canned chicken.

That is it. Easy peasy!  And oh so yummy!

I hope you enjoy. Leave a comment if you try it!