Jollyrogers' Chilaquiles Recipe Reviews - Allrecipes.com (Pg. 2)
Reviewed: Jan. 14, 2009
I'd never even heard of this particular dish, but it looked good and decided to give it a shot. Like Betty, I cannot seem to find corn tortilla's here in Jersey, so I too used the chips instead. Just because I had it in the house, I poached boneless chicken breasts which I shredded and added to the dish. I always use cocoa powder in my chile and love that layer of flavor, not to mention the nice color it gives the sauce so if it sounds strange to anyone give it a go; you won't be sorry. My daughter went nuts over this recipe and immediately gave it five stars. (Update on this recipe: Important and sorry but I forgot to include that I could not find the tomato sauce suggested in the recipe so I used plain sauce and added a bit of cayenne. A friend of mine did use the hot tomato sauce and he was sorry he did. Beware it's quite spicy) Very good JollyRogers and thank you!!
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Living In: Lexington, Kentucky, USA
Reviewed: Jan. 3, 2009
I've made chilaquiles many different ways for years and my family loves them, but not this recipe. Too much sauce and not enough tortillas for me. Also I didn't like the vinegar soaked onions. When I was done cooking it I was thrown off by the final product and couldn't imagine eating it like it was. I quickly cooked up some eggs and served them on top to save the meal. I've always made my chilaquiles with eggs anyway. I also didn't use parm cheese, I mean parm cheese? seriously? I crumbled queso fresco instead. I'll stick to my favorite traditional recipe from now on.
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Reviewed: Dec. 27, 2008
Great hearty casserole type dish when one has company! We made it with vegetarian sausage and it turned out wonderful. I would add a little more cocoa powder and would possibly add a layer of black beans marinated in red wine vinegar. Served with sour cream...
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Reviewed: Dec. 27, 2008
..this chilaquiles dish was awesome,however i used tortillia chips,because i cannot buy fresh corn tortillias here in nl.i lived in sacto,ca.for 12 yrs where i got addicted to mexican food. only problem is when i came back home to live,i couldn't get the ingred to cook it.now i can get a lot of items but not fresh corn tortillias.my son is a truck driver & used to run to the us, he would bring them to me.he doesn't run u.s. any more,so there goes my supplier. i sure miss the fresh tortillias,however i do subsitute the chips for the fresh .this dish must be to die for with the fresh tortillias.
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Living In: Deer Lake, Newfoundland, Canada
Reviewed: Dec. 21, 2008
These are the best Chilaquiles I have ever tasted! I made them for a Blue Bunny Ice Cream Party celebrated on New Years Eve at my local community center. At 11 o' clock at night, they were served to 63 guests, and not one person did'nt go back for seconds! They were a big hit! I make them every sunday night now! My friends can't stay away! Thank you for this delicious recipe, becuase my family and I couldn't be happier! I owe you big time!:) -starcafe
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