I used this recipe to make beef enchiladas along with Bill Echols Enchilada Sauce 1, Kraft Mexican cheese blend and flour tortillas...it was delicious! My daughter's eyes got big and she said they tasted like the local Mexican restaurant. Initially I thought this meat was too spicy, but after it rested and cooled, it was a winner! Especially after combining it with the enchilada sauce, cheese, sour cream, etc., etc., this makes seriously good shredded meat that can be used in multiple ways. I did not brown the meat like other reviewers suggested. Skipping that extra step was a happy thing. I agree with another reviewer that the hot sauce you use is key. I used Franks because I had an extra large Sam's Club bottle of it. Next time I will use Cholula Hot Sauce, Original. I got turned on to that brand a few months ago at a local seafood restaurant. I doubled the recipe and was able to freeze two 1.5 lb packages for future use. Thank you for this recipe Charley!
Was this review helpful?
2 users found this review helpful
I used this recipe to make beef enchiladas along with Bill Echols Enchilada Sauce 1, Kraft...