Green Salsa Enchilada
Fri 15 Dec 2017 23:04:51 PST
- tomatillos 1 lb.
- garlic 2 cloves
- jalapeno 1 pepper
- chicken stock 1/2 cup
- lime juice 1/2 tsp
- onion, chopped 1/4 cup
- oregano, Mexican 1 tsp
- or cilantro, fresh ~1/4 cup
Finishing the salsa:
- Roast ingredients under broiler for several minutes until charred. Remove from oven, deglaze pan with chicken stock, and let cool.
- Peel pepper.
- Puree tomatillo with pepper, lime juice, onion and cilantro/oregono.
- sour cream 1/4-1/2 cup
- garlic, chopped 2 cloves
- olive oil 2 tbsp
- salt 1/4 tsp
- Saute garlic in skillet or saucepan
- Add salsa, heat for ~1min.
- Off heat stir in sour cream.
- Divide into two parts for making filling and topping.
- chicken, cooked/shredded 2 cups
- mozarella, fresh, chopped 1-2 oz (4 small balls)
- cheddar, shredded <=1 oz.
- Add chicken, mozarella, half of cheddar to salsa (filling portion).
- tortillas 6-8, 5-6 in.
- Prepare greased baking dish (square/rectangular)
- Spread a small amount of topping salsa bottom of dish.
- Soften tortillas, then fill with salsa mixture. Form and place in baking dish seam side down.
- Spread remaining topping salsa over enchiladas in dish, sprinkle grated cheese over top
- Cover dish with aluminum foil, bake for 15 min at 350°F, then remove foil and bake for ~10 min uncovered.
Add cooked and seasoned black-eyed peas to filling mixture, or put BEPs around enchiladas in pan. Substitute shrimp, crab, fish, turkey, etc. for chicken.
Categories: southwest fowl legumes
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