Easy Chicken Enchilada Recipe

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Over the years I’ve inherited many recipes from my mom and tias.   My all time favorite recipe, next to my moms  tamales are my tias enchiladas. As a child I would watch my aunt make her spicy red enchiladas and vowed to make them just like her some day.   I was so enamored with her recipe I asked her to make her special enchiladas for our engagement dinner.  It ended up being a huge event with a cooking lesson and  her enchiladas served as our reward.   My auntie makes her recipe real spicy with hot red chiles.  As I got older, I learned the recipe and modified it with a mild red chili sauce instead of a spicy sauce.   I also experimented with green chiles and white sauce enchiladas.

I recently discovered Chef Merito seasons.   Chef Merito is the official season of the Los Angeles Dodgers and has created  spices to season chicken, carne asada or grilled chicken.   One thing I also love about the products is that it makes cooking easy.  Each Chef Merito recipe such as its carne asada seasoning, adobo marinade and achiote paste was personally created in the kitchen of Plinio Garcia Sr. The company is now run by a two generations of the Garcia family members.   They also have authentic mexican marinades in a bottle to save a lot of time with the preparation.  My favorite seasoning is the Chicken seasoning because it makes poultry taste good and adds a great flavor to seasoned grilled chicken.  It also helped me prepared this easy Enchilada recipe in less than 30 minutes! 

Can’t wait to try Chef Meritos seasoning to all my other favorite mexican recipes.  The possibilities are endless.

Chicken Enchiladas Recipe

Ingredients

1 Chicken breast
2 Tomatoes
1/2 Onion
2 Cloves of Garlic
8 Corn tortillas
2 Tablespoons of oil
2 Teaspoons Chef Merito® Chicken Bouillon
2 cups of Water
1/2 Pound of Shredded Cotija Cheese
1/4 Pound of Shredded Cheddar Cheese
1/4 Pound of Shredded Mozzarella Cheese
1/2 Pound of Sour Cream
4 Tablespoons of Chef Merito® Adobo Costillas Norteñas

 

Preparation

Sprinkle chicken breast with 2tsp. Chef Merito® Chicken Bouillon Boil chicken in a pot with enough water to cover the breast. Until fully cooked. Once it is cooked and cool, shred the chicken breast.

In a blender mix: 2 tomatoes, 1/2 onion, 2 garlic cloves, along with 4 tbsp. Chef Merito® Adobo Costillas Norteñas in 2 cups of water and blend.

In a separate pot add the 2 tbsp. of oil, add the sauce and cook until it starts boiling (simmer 20 minute).

Place sauce in a dish and dip the tortillas one at a time. In a separate dish, stuff tortillas with the shredded chicken; fold in half or as a “taquito”.

Pour the sauce on top of the “taquitos” and drench to taste.

Add cheddar cheese and mozzarella cheese.

Place in 375 degree oven for 15 minutes.  Cool.

Add cream, cotija cheese to taste.

 

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Eva Smith

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Eva is an award winning entrepreneur and Publisher of Tech Life Magazine. She has been recognized by Ford Motor Company as a Mujer Legendaria Inteligente (Smart Entrepreneur), USA Today Magazine as a Top Blogger to Watch and Latina Magazine as a Top 25 Latinas Who Shine in Technology. Her work has also been featured on Mashable, Mom.me, Babble, Baby Center, Latinamom.me, USA Today, Latina Magazine, Huffington Post, National Parks Services, Voxxi, NBC Latino, Rolling Stone Magazine & more.She is technologist, engineer, bilingual freelance writer, speaker and digital media consultant.

Comments

  1. Gilda Campos says:

    My favorite song is: 3BallMTY Featuring El Bebeto & America Sierra “Intentalo”.

  2. Maria Duncan says:

    I love the Beef Fajita recipe!

  3. Your chicken enchiladas look amazing! 🙂

  4. Love enchiladas

  5. I can’t wait to try this recipe. I failed at my first attempt so will try this recipe instead.

  6. Funny coincidence, I had enchiladas for dinner last night. However, there is a big difference between some restaurants and home made.

  7. Pilar Romero Aguilar says:

    I love the Beef Fajita recipe, I want to try!!

  8. Roberta Camarena says:

    Thanks for the chicken enchiladas recipe!

  9. Gilda Campos says:

    My favorite recipe is: Carne Asada Tacos

  10. We use it on our carne asada – sooooo good!

  11. This looks so delicious! Thanks for sharing!

  12. This looks so delicious!! Thanks for sharing!

  13. Carolyn G says:

    Mojo Criollo Chicken

  14. Claudia Gomez says:

    I love Carne Asada Tacos

  15. Lilyana Cruz says:

    Me gustaria Grilled Chicken!!! 🙂

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