How to make it

  • Warm gravy (Homemade from the juice of course) and mix in taco seasoning (I like McCormicks). Set yourself up with all your ingredients, a 9x13 casserole dish and a large cutting board. Ladle some of the gravy in the bottom of the casserole dish. Lay a flour tortilla (Trader Joes has these amazing handmade ones!) on the cutting board. Ladle some gravy onto it and smear it around. Add a handful of chicken (great for leftovers), a handful of jack cheese (Got to be Tillamook) and some onions. Roll up tortilla and lay in the casserole dish. Continue until all rolls are laying in the dish. Ladle remaining gravy over the rolls. Sprinkle the remaining jack cheese and the cheddar cheese over the rolls. Bake at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes until gravy is bubbling and cheese has melted.

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  • pleasantvalleycabins 9 years ago
    Well, just like me to come check on a recipe for chicken enchiladas AFTER I've already put mine in the oven!(smile). Anyway, I just made up a recipe using cream of chicken soup and I was glad to find this recipe since the gravy would be comparable. It might be a while, but next time I want chicken enchiladas, I'll be trying this recipe. It sounds pretty good. Thanks for sharing. Peg
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