The recipe is GREAT! A wonderful starting point for me. I only gave 4 stars because, I did adjust it a lot. The following are my alterations/additions. 01. I did NOT use the red and green pepper, or the cilantro or Italian dressing. 02. I used 2 lbs of ground beef. 03. I used one package of large burrito flour tortillas 10 count. 04. When it came time I used one 24oz jar of chunky style salsa and 1/2 cup of enchilada sauce from a 28 oz.can ( reserve) the rest. 05. I also added to the filling mixture one can 19.75 of black beans. 06. While the mixture is slowly bubbling I took the remaining salsa and put it in a sauce pan, mixing, one can 10oz. of diced tomatoes with green chillis drained with it warmed up on med low. 07. I heated one 16oz. can of refried beans in the microwave ( enough time to warm, about 3:00 minutes. 08. Once everything is prepared, I spread about 2 tablespoons of the refried beans, maybe a bit more enough to put a thin layer on the tortilla. 09. I then put about 1/4 to 1/2 cup of filling down the center amount of filling is preference. Then I rolled the tortilla and placed in a prepared pan seam side down. Repeat, until all ten are in the pan. 10. Once all are in the pan I then poured over evenly the enchilada / salsa sauce on the enchiladas. 11. Baked as directed. Final ten minutes of baking take out and sprinkle shredded Mexican cheese to taste, and garnish with green fire roasted chillies and black olives( optional) family loved thid
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The recipe is GREAT! A wonderful starting point for me. I only gave 4 stars because, I did...