I mean, I love this recipe. I made it when my mom came out after Ella's birth. When my whole family came out for Ella's baby blessing, I made a huge pan of it. At our family reunion last year, my mom made SEVERAL huge pans of it the night we were in charge of dinner (there was not a single piece left at the end). I love that you can put the whole thing together, and stick it in the fridge the morning or evening before and then just cook them up when you're ready.
I actually don't like enchiladas very much. I think they're usually a little bit dry and. . .just not my thing. So maybe enchiladas are just very personal. If so, these are my personal favorite enchiladas.
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Also, I've bought all sorts of brands of green salsa, and then the first time I was looking for it when we moved back to Texas, a guy standing in the salsa aisle pulled this brand off the shelf, handed it to me and said "This is the one you should get. I'm Mexican, so I should know."
And he was right. It's my favorite.
Green Chile Enchiladas
(adapted from Everyday Food)
10 ounces salsa verde
¾ cup half and half
1 tsp minced garlic 6 flour tortillas (the medium size - not tiny taco ones or enormous burrito ones)
2 chicken breasts, cooked and shredded
1½ cups shredded Monterey Jack cheese
Heat oven to 350 degrees.
Combine half and half and salsa verde in a medium size bowl. Stir and remove all but about ½ a cup of the mixture. Set aside. To the remaining ½ cup, add garlic and shredded chicken. Mix to coat chicken.
On each tortilla, spread a thin layer of the set-aside salsa mixture then scoop a large spoonful of chicken mixture into the center of the tortilla and roll the tortilla up. Place in a 6x9 baking dish. Repeat with remaining tortillas.
Pour the leftover salsa/half and half mixture evenly over the pan. Top with shredded cheese.
Bake for 25-30 minutes, until cheese is slightly browned and bubbly.