I really liked these enchiladas. I didn't find them to be that time consuming, but I started with having some shredded beef and looking for a way to cook it, so I didn't spend time on that. Next time, I'll start from the beginning because my meat was not prepared according to the recipe, and it sounds really good! I changed a fewv things. I used non-fat flour tortillas, as that's all I had. I didn't use oil, but I made some enchilada sauce from this site called 10 minute enchilada sauce. Instead of the oil, I poured some sauce in the pan and covered both sides of the tortilla with the sauce. Then I followed the recipe with the cheese sauce and the meat. I only had low fat sour cream, and it was fine. Also, I didn't have any onions, so they were left out. Anyway, I poured the left over sauce on top and covered it with cheese. I'm not sure how much, and it wasn't the kind called for in the recipe. It was a combination of grated mexican cheese, mozarella, and some irish cheese. (Can you tell I was cleaning out the fridge?) Anyway, it was absoultely great!!!!! Next time, I'll shop for the recipe and do it right. Edited to add: I made this again. I put all the ingredients for the beef in a crockpot for 8 hours on low. The flavor of the meat is OUT OF THIS WORLD! I found myself eating the meat as I rolled the enchiladas and there is none left over! YUM! One more thing, I ran out of cheese sauce before I ran out of meat, so I would double the cheese sauce.
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I really liked these enchiladas. I didn't find them to be that time consuming, but I started...