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Thread: Red enchilada sauce / casserole/ enchiladas

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    Senior Member Phyllis nm's Avatar
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    Red enchilada sauce / casserole/ enchiladas


    This makes about 2 quarts
    cup flour [I add more flour and water for more of an orange sauce or less chili]
    tesp onion powder
    tesp garlic salt
    1/8 tesp oregano
    cup Bueno chili powder-mild
    About cup oil
    2 qts water

    With heated oil in pan mix and add dry stuff to make a gravy
    Then add water

    For Red Enchiladas
    Fry corn tortillas till soft, not hard and not fall apart
    Lay flat fill with shredded mild cheddar cheese, diced onions
    Roll several on a plate cover with sauce and cheese heat in oven till hot,
    garnish with shredded lettuce and diced tomatoes
    or place all in one pan and heat, and place on warmed plate for serving.
    [You can add a meat filling, pulled chicken, drained and flavored ground beef]

    For Red Enchilada Casserole
    Do not fry corn tortillas
    Tear tortillas into quarters
    Place a layer in dish
    Sprinkle with cheese and diced onions [meat opt.]
    Add layer of sauce
    Repeat as desired
    Cook in oven about 30 mins @ 300 to 350
    Add plenty of sauce as the tortillas will soak it up.
    Let set about 30 mins then cut and serve.

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    Can't wait to try this, it sounds YUMMY, Thank you for sharing
    Mary

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    This recipe sounds delicious and I can't wait to try it. Thank you for sharing!!
    God, Wonderful Family, Great Health, Awesome Friends, Quilting & Chocolates - - What more could a girl be blessed with!!

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    This looks so good!

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    If you type in Hatch Green chili on the web you can go right to the source.>>
    None other can compare.>>
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    Wow!! phyllis, I was born and raised in Albuq. Your receipe is making me very hungry for authentic NM food, I live in Colorado so when I get back home as often as I can, I bring back loads of red and green chili. UMMMM!! Think I'll make enchiladas for dinner tonight.
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    OMG - I have been looking for a Mexican sauce recipe for a long time that did not have tomatoes in it - thanks so much!!!!!
    Nikki in MO

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