I have made this recipe for years and years - served 50 people at my daughter's college graduation dinner with it. There is some prep involved, but the beauty is it can all be done well in advance. Then, company comes, or the party starts and about 40 mintues later you have a phenomenal dinner. I serve it with a black bean and corn salad* with lime dressing. Garnish the enchiladas when out of the oven with fresh guacamole, sour cream and home-made salsa and serve with tortilla chips to dip and chase the goodies with. It is great for a buffet dinner.
I use a whole roasted chicken, chill it then shred it instead of the boneless breasts. DO NOT DOUBLE THE CREAM AND BROTH! It is not supposed to be a 'sauce' just moisture for the enchiladas. So much more flavor and so little work. I am making it this week and finishing the meal with a Pot de Creme made with Kahlua. I will be the popular girl then!
* Black Bean and Corn Salad II
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I have made this recipe for years and years - served 50 people at my daughter's college...