Chicken and Black Bean EnchiladasChipotles can be a touch spicy, but you can use only half of what's called for to decrease heat and still get great smoky flavor.
Chicken Verde Enchiladas
How do you shred chicken superfast? Insert two forks into the meat while it's still warm. Then pull apart to shred.
Weeknight Chicken EnchiladasStore-bought rotisserie chicken adds ease and great flavor. If using corn tortillas instead of the larger flour tortillas, you'll have about an extra cup of filling.
Chicken EnchiladasUsing canned enchilada sauce makes these Chicken Enchiladas super easy to make.
Stacked Chicken EnchiladasThough the sauce for this impressive layered enchilada dish tastes complex, it's made with canned chile sauce doctored up with sweet spices, raisins, pine nuts, and smoky chipotle chiles. For a hotter sauce, add more chipotles and adobo sauce to the chicken mixture.
Green Chile-Chicken EnchiladasNew Mexicans prefer these over the beef enchiladas associated with other Southwest cuisines. Prepare the sauce and the chicken mixture up to two days ahead, and refrigerate separately until ready to assemble the enchiladas.
Chicken EnchiladasThis dish offers make-ahead options: You can assemble the enchiladas up to two days ahead, cover, refrigerate, and bake them before serving.
Stacked Chicken EnchiladasBecause you layer this Tex-Mex dish instead of rolling each enchilada individually, you save time in the kitchen, and the results are ultimately healthier.
Chicken Enchiladas with Spicy Jack Cheese SauceTop chicken enchiladas with a tasty Spicy Jack Cheese Sauce for added flavor.
Chicken Enchilada CasseroleThese enchiladas are a cinch to assemble and easy to freeze--just cover one of the pans with foil.
Cheesy Chicken EnchiladasTrade the traditional enchilada sauce for a creamy, cheesy topping on this Mexican chicken casserole recipe. Your family will never know they're enjoying a lightened meal.
Chicken Enchiladas with Salsa VerdeBottled green salsa and rotisserie chicken are the shortcut ingredients in these hearty, yet mild enchiladas. Just a simple splash of fresh lime juice perks up the flavor of the bottled salsa.
20-Minute Chicken EnchiladasQuick tip: While the sauce cooks, shred the chicken. For a spicy kick, top with chopped jalapeños.
Chicken EnchiladasOne online reviewer claims that these are the “best chicken enchiladas I've had, home-made or restaurant. Ooey-gooey, delicious and best of all, simple.”
Creamy Chicken EnchiladasIf you're looking for an easy Mexican main dish recipe, try these creamy chicken enchiladas. Eight ingredients and a few minutes of prep time are all you need to get these enchiladas baking away in the oven.
Green Chile Chicken EnchiladasThese chicken enchiladas get their earthy flavor from roasted New Mexico chiles. You can use rotisserie chicken for the filling, plus you can bake the enchiladas and freeze for up to a month.
Enchiladas de Pollo (Chicken Enchiladas)This lightened version of chicken enchiladas from Cooking Light will satisfy your craving for a cheesy Tex-Mex dish but isn’t as high in fat and calories as a traditional enchilada recipe.
Chicken EnchiladasTo make this recipe ahead, prepare the filling and assemble the enchiladas, then chill overnight or freeze up to one month. Once they are baked, then you add the toppings of your choice.
Chicken EnchiladasYou can freeze the chile mixture and filled tortillas separately up to 1 month and thaw in the refrigerator overnight before you’re ready to bake. Then just prepare and bake as directed in the recipe.
Chicken EnchiladasThe kids can fill each tortilla, roll them up, and place them seam side down in the pan. Then they can top with the sauce and cheese.
Light Chicken EnchiladasThis dish offers make-ahead options: You can assemble the enchiladas up to two days ahead, cover, refrigerate, and bake them before serving.
Quick Chicken Enchiladas
These easy, cheesy chicken enchiladas come together in a snap and are faster and way more delicious than fast food.
Fast Chicken EnchiladasFast Flourish: Char one side of the tortillas directly over gas flames for a few seconds using tongs.
Chicken Enchilada CasseroleMake this casserole recipe come together even more quickly by swapping rotisserie chicken for the called-for boiled chicken.
Chicken Enchiladas with Green SalsaMix tomatillos, jalapeno, cilantro, lime juice, and salt to make the green salsa for these enchiladas.
Chicken-and-Black Bean EnchiladasThis Chicken Enchilada recipe requires just 7 ingredients and 3 simple steps!
Speedy Chicken EnchiladasRotisserie chicken and prechopped vegetables make this a quick casserole.
Chicken Enchiladas VerdeThis recipe features ecipe features corn tortillas filled with a cheesy chicken mixture and topped with a green chile sauce and red pepper puree.
Our Best Chicken Enchiladas
Learn how to make these simple, top-rated chicken enchiladas for an easy dinner. Fresh ingredients truly make this Mexican dish pop with flavor.
Green-Sauced Chicken EnchiladasIn this recipe, we dry-sautéed the tortillas instead of frying them (the traditional method) and decreased the cheese.
Chicken-and-Rajas EnchiladasRajas is Spanish for roasted-pepper strips. Red bell peppers can be substituted for the poblano chiles, if you like. Be sure th prepare the Refried White Beans before starting this recipe.
Swiss EnchiladasAdd a dash of cumin or paprika to the onions, if you'd like. You can also use purchased rotisserie chicken to cut down on the prep time.
Chicken Enchilada StackThink outside the "dish." You can enjoy the flavor and texture of enchiladas in a slow cooker; just stack the tortillas instead of rolling them. We suggest lining your slow cooker with a slow-cooker bag so you can easily remove the stack from the cooker.
Cheesy EnchiladasFor a quick dinner the whole family will love, serve them Cheesy Enchiladas with chicken, black beans, and corn enveloped inside.
Easy Chicken Enchiladas