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whats not to like?? all went together well, and easily. Used a mild salsa for the grandies, and they loved it! made for Aussie swap June 2013
*Made for Australia/NZ Swap #73* This was quick and simple -- I used the left-over turkey breast from T-giving, and shredded taco blend cheese. I think the most variety of flavor would be the salsa used -- I wasn't particularly pleased with mild chipotle, chunky. Made a full casserole with plenty for another meal. Thanks for posting, Julie.
This was so good and I liked that I was able to make it earlier in the day and just have to pop it in the oven. I made it all just didn't put the salsa and cheese on top until putting it in the oven (wasn't sure if the salsa was going to make the tortillas soggy). I like enchiladas, but not all the sauce so this was perfect since I could use my favorite salsa on top. Will be making this again! Made for AUS/NZ Recipe Swap #72.
It doesn't really get much easier than this-and the fact that it tastes so good too makes this a top little recipe.
What's not to like about chicken, salsa, cheese and tortillas?
Made for AUS/NZ RECIPE SWAP#64.
So easy and delicious! I didn't have quite enough leftover chicken, so I threw some more in with the onion and cooked it up nice and quick. I used a spicy salsa and a Mexican-style cheese blend. Thanks for sharing! PAC Fall '11
This was such a nice quick way to make something a kin to chicken enchiladas. I used a roasted green salsa that is loaded with chilies, tomatillos, cilantro and a hint of lime. I also used a mixture of pepper jack and cheddar cheese. Next time I make these I will up the salsa so I have more to pour over the top of the tortillas. Thanks for sharing your recipe **Jubes**. Made and reviewed for OZ/NZ Recipe Swap #52
Amazing!!! I used a rotisserie chicken and a spicy salsa. For the middle I mix the chicken in with the cheese mixture. It make the chicken really moist. Thanks for a Great Gluten free recipe
I made this into more of a layered casserole than rolled-up tortillas, which worked nicely. Sort of like a tex-mex lasagna. We really enjoyed this; easy to make and tasty. If anyone is wondering what 180C is in F and doesn't want to look it up, it's about 355.
MADE FOR RECIPE SWAP 8. 10 stars!!! This is the kind of thing my family love. My dad came back for thirds!!! The only changes i made was i added the remaining salsa from my jar to the topping - probally another cup and a lot more cheese. I also used a whole roticery chicken. I will be making this for years. Thanks for posting. happy Cooking. UPDATED: made this again tonight as my brother came home and I wanted to make him something he would love and would want to come home more for - he loved it (although there wasn't enough for dad for thirds this time lol) UPDATED - YET AGAIN: My gran visited from nz today and this was the first time i cooked for her and it was intimidating as she is such a fabulous cook - well she asked for the recipe and is going to go home and make it for all her friends - not something she does often, she likes to find recipes herself. Thanks again for a fabulous dish! Miss Pixie x x x :D
Made these the other night and they were great. I didnt roll my up, just layers tortillas then a layer of everything else finishing with extra cheese on top. Had leftovers since I made atleast double the recipe for my family, so I took the rest to work the next day and had to make copies for everyone of the recipe!