Cheesy Beef Enchiladas in Green Sauce



Beef Enchiladas


* In a skillet over medium heat, cook the ground beef until no longer pink.Drain if necessary (has to much grease, we don’t want oily enchiladas) * Add bell pepper, onions, jalapeños and black beans. Mix well and cook for 5 minutes. Add about 1/2 cup of salsa verde to mixture and cook for another 2 minutes.Add garlic and spices. Cook for another 5 minutes. * Note: I also like to add about 1/3 cup of fresh chopped cilantro to mixture but this is totally optional…I really like the flavor. * Take one tortilla at a time and fill with ground beef mixture in center. * Repeat with all other tortillas and top each with cheese. * Roll tortilla snuggly and place in a casserole or baking dish with seam side down. * Top all tortillas with more cheese and pour salsa verde over all tortillas.Note: You may need to spray pan with non stick spray if you are using a nonstick baking pan or dab vegetable oil along pan with a napkin. * Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes or broil until golden brown and bubbly. * Top with chopped cilantro, sprinkle mexican crema or sour cream and queso fresco.Serve immediately.

Tequila Slow-Cooked Beef Enchiladas


I get requests for this recipe all the time! I have made it with chicken andleftover Thanksgiving turkey as well, but beef is my favorite!

Different Enchiladas Sauces


Enchiladas date back to Mayan times, maybe longer. Tortillas were wrappedaround different foods, such as fish and a variety of meats.The same way there are a variety of enchiladas, there are also a variety ofenchilada sauces.For example:Enchilada con Chile Rojo (traditional enchiladas topped with a red enchiladasauce made from dried red chilli peppers)Enchilada con Mole (mole comes in a variety of flavors and ingredients) Checkout this recipe of Chicken Mole Enchiladas by Muy Bueno Cookbook.Enchiladas Suizas (made with a cream based sauce)Enchiladas Verdes (made with tomatillos, garlic, onion, serrano peppers andfresh cilantro, hence, Salsa Verde)these are just a few of the amazing enchilada sauces that cover and smotheryour already delicious savory enchilada.So this here enchilada beef recipe coming straight to you is?Yes, you guessed it “Enchiladas Verdes” or Enchiladas in Green Sauce!Now I know I have mentioned here on the blog a time or two, that I’m not alover or fan of ground beef but done right, seasoned right, it’s perfect forme too!How you ask?I add onions, black beans, bell pepper, jalapeno, and spices to the groundbeef and it slowly becomes magical…Then I add a delicious homemade green sauce/salsa verde to the ground beef,cheese and I suddenly have created one of the best concoctions of ground beefyou can imagine… 🙂then I top with more cheese, more sauce and bake for 20 minutes…then…I take it out of the oven and top with Mexican crema (crema Mexicana), quesofresco and chopped fresh cilantro and yes I may have just fallen into heavenlybliss. 😋

Beef Enchiladas with Spicy Red Sauce


Ground beef enchiladas in flour tortillas topped with spicy red sauce, cheeseand fresh cilantro. So flavorful! Takes time and effort, but well worth it!Serve with Mexican rice and beans for a complete Mexican meal.

Ground Beef Enchiladas


These are beef filled tortilla shells baked in a creamy chicken soup andcheese sauce. My husband absolutely loves these. I served them to guests oncewith Mexican rice, and they went home with the recipe. Enjoy!

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this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibilityguidelines.Authentic Beef EnchiladasAuthentic Beef Enchiladas. This easy ground beef enchilada recipe is loadedwith juicy ground beef, melty cheese, and drenched with a homemade Tex MexEnchilada Sauce.These ground beef enchiladas are easy to make and loaded up with authenticflavor that will make you think you’re eating at your favorite Mexicanrestaurant! It’s all thanks to using a homemade taco seasoning on the groundbeef and a homemade enchilada sauce.

Heather’s Beef Enchiladas


This recipe is one of my family’s favorites. It can be made in advance andthen reheated, or you can make the different components ahead of time and thenjust assemble and bake for a quick dinner. Serve with sour cream and picantesauce or salsa.”

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