from Wolfforth, TX
on 2/26/2004 11:33:00 AM
This was a delicious recipe. It is also great when substituting chicken breast for the beef and when substituting one can of Ro-Tel (chopped tomatoes & green chilis) for one can of the tomatoes in the filling. The finished product is definetly worth all the veggie-chopping!
on 2/23/2004 4:09:00 PM
from Milford, DE
on 12/9/2008 9:36:00 AM
I decided to change mine up a little bit. Instead of using skirt steak, I used ground venison (since my husband hunts). I also did not wrap the meat, but did layers of the corn tortillas since they kept breaking if I tried to wrap them. I compiled mine the following way:
1. Layer of corn tortillas with a layer of the meat mixture
2. Thin layer of extra sharp cheddar.
3. Repeat layer again
4. Top layer using just corn tortillas (like a crust)
5. Put the sauce on the top layer with a thin layer of extra sharp cheddar.
When it was finished, I cut it in to squares and put a side of lettuce and sour cream for dipping. Everyone from my husband to my 6 and 12 year old kids absolutely loved it! Would definitely recommend making it this way!
* I used small round authentic corn ground tortillas (not chips)
from Lexington, KY
on 3/8/2004 11:14:00 AM
This recipe was good and easy to make. My husband liked the spicy sauce. I was unable to find skirt steak,so I used flank steak, cut thin at an angle. It turned out good.I will make this again maybe for company as part of a Mexican buffet.
from rural New Mexico
on 2/27/2004 8:18:00 AM
It has too much junk in it. Doesn't need potatoes or olives. Takes too much time to prepare. Enchillada casseroles do not need to be rolled - messy! Jalapenos - ugh!!!!!! They have a nasty after taste.