Recipe by Ortega®
"Making great enchiladas doesn't take a lot of ingredients, or a lot of time. Try these simple cheese and chile enchiladas for a fast and filling dinner."
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1 1/4 cups
ORTEGA® Enchilada Sauce
ORTEGA® Garden Style Salsa
15 (6 inch)
Monterey Jack cheese, sliced into 15 strips
1 (7 ounce) can
ORTEGA® Whole Green Chiles
SARGENTO® Fancy Shredded Monterey Jack Cheese
Awesome! I made a slight variation... stuffed with the monterrey cheese sticks as instructed, but I also added a mixture of diced green chiles (I thought whole was too much), sauteed onions, and a little sour cream....when it all melts together, its delicious! I really liked the combo of enchilada sauce and salsa for the sauce... gives it a nice kick. Will definitely be making these again!
Not as good tasting as I'd expected. Need to experiment adding other ingredients such as chicken or beef.
Delicious! I didn't use the chiles though, and so filled with a bit more cheese. It was easy to double for a party, too, and everyone loved it. I also made some with green sauce and found that even tastier than the usual red. The monterey jack really is the best! We're so glad to have some leftovers for lunch tomorrow! I used a "southwest" style salsa (with corn & black beans) and loved the extra color & flavor that added as well.
These enchiladas were easy to make and a big hit with my husband and our friends. Monterrey jack makes it a bit more authentic, and tastes better than most restaurant enchiladas. 15 enchiladas seemed like a lot, but after serving four people, I had only two left! Good for a quick meal or for a party dish.
Really good, a little spicy, and can be toned down with sour cream.
I love Mexican food! I want try these with green enchilada sauce next time.
My husband liked this alot and he is not a fan of Mexican dishes. Alittle too spicy for my children though. Will make some withot the green chiles for them.
My family enjoyed this dish, but I thought it needed a little bit more sauce. Also, I used chopped green chiles. I worked out fine.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Cheese Enchiladas with Green Chiles
Serving Size: 1/7 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 7
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 246
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