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Yummy Easy Enchiladas

With work, school, and children people have less time to prepare home cook meals. I am always looking fun easy recipes to cook. You can cook many recipes by buying some of the components in your recipe already cooked or prepared. One of those recipes that I have is a semi homemade enchilada plate. You will need the following ingredients:

8 Corn tortillas

1 ½ cups of Monterrey Jack cheese

1 large can of Enchilada sauce (which ever brand you would like)

½ a cup of olives sliced

½ cup of corn

Cilantro for garnish

This recipe is easy fun and delicious. Shred the Monterey Jack cheese and slice the olives. Pre heat the oven to 400 degrees. In a pan, warm each tortilla up so that it is flexible enough to roll. On a separate large pan place each tortilla with half a handful of cheese and roll it up. Repeat this procedure with the remaining of the tortillas. Once all the tortillas are in the pan drizzle the enchilada sauce, making sure each tortilla is covered in sauce. Sprinkle the half cup of corn on top of the enchiladas and add the sliced olives. Place a foil layer on top of the pan and place the pan in the oven. After 15 minutes remove the foil and place back in the oven for another 5 minutes. Remove from oven and let them cool down for about 10 minutes. You can serve them with rice and garnish with the cilantro. I hope this recipe is useful to you and your family.

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4 thoughts on “Yummy Easy Enchiladas

  1. I don’t know how to cook, but your recipe sounds delicious. I love Mexican food; it is one of the best foods in the world in my opinion. However, my favorite Mexican food is tacos. Tacos de lengua (tongue tacos) are the best, and they are better when you add pico de gallo with nopales; I would eat like around ten of those. One day probably I will learn how to cook some delicious Mexican recipes, and I can share them, or write a Blog on how I learn how to cook that would be fun.
    My sister-in-law always kicks me out of the kitchen because she said that all I tried to cook is not good: I don’t believe her. Your recipe seems so easy, but for someone like without experience cooking will be a hard job. I would like to blame somebody, but I cannot because my family tried to teach how to cook good food, but I didn’t listen to them. I suggest you to try entomatadas because they are so good; I don’t know how to make them, but they have cheese and avocado and it is similar to enchiladas.

  2. You are definitely correct, with all the things to do on a daily basis and our busy schedules it is hard to cook every day. Some people don’t; instead, they eat out a lot but I don’t think that healthy at all. I’m not saying I don’t eat out but I try to keep it at twice a month.
    I live with my parents of course so I don’t do all the work around the house, but I do help them out. I do a lot of house chores but my favorite is cooking, and I don’t like to stick to the traditional Armenian plates I like experimenting with recipes from other cultures. Mexican food has actually always been my favorite because it has so many flavors. This recipe sounds very delicious and I cannot wait to try it! Thank you for sharing this with us!

  3. Thanks Sandra. Enchilada’s is a special dish that my family usually prepares for Christmas or on New Years Day. But, I am going to try your recipe next weekend. Trying to juggle the kids, a job, school and cooking; please, it takes planning, stamina, love and determination to juggle all of these things. Therefore, having a recipe that is easy to prepare in the shortest amount of time is helpful.

  4. Oh no!!! Those three words.. Yummy. Easy. Enchiladas. That got my mouth all watered and excited!

    Your recipe sounds like a good idea. And I’m going to add this to my list of home cooked meals. It’s cool that you take the time out to cook dishes, as well as, think of faster/more efficient ways to cook them.

    I agree with you. People barely have time to eat these days. We see it everywhere.. Drive-thru’s, fast food franchises, frozen meals and short lunch breaks.

    Being in America, its even tougher to resist those faster food sources. We love living our lives fast-paced. Another huge factor is those faster alternatives save money and time, for many people. The drawback is, we lose enjoyment of the prepared meal and run a risk of becoming unhealthy.

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