Yummy and easy! I followed the recipe exactly and used organic Publix brand tomatoes. Will definitely use this recipe again for other enchilada recipes I have.
atlsus Posted: 01/05/09
shankoene Posted: 07/26/09
Quick, easy and tasty!
kelgor Posted: 11/30/08
We love this sauce - especially using crushed fire-roasted tomatoes such as Muir Glen. I used it on the chicken tamale casserole CL recipe instead of the canned sauce called for in the recipe. Definitely worth the few minutes to put it together.
chispa Posted: 07/18/09
This sauce is so simple to make and tastes so good -- no reason to ever buy pre-made enchilada sauce!
dmloss Posted: 05/03/11
This recipe written tastes like just tomato sauce. The only reason I gave the recipe 3 stars is because I was able to tweak the ingredients. I used 3 tablespoons of chili powder, 1 1/2 tablespoons of honey, 2 teaspoons of minced garlic, 1 teaspoon of cumin, 1 teaspoon of salt, 1/4 teaspoons of ground red pepper. I will make again, but with modifications.
nicolecorsi Posted: 07/03/11
This does taste different than the normal canned enchilada sauces out there, but my husband said this was much better. This is coming from a man who has to take a moment to thank a higher power when I tell him I am cooking Mexican. He loved this over the black bean and corn enchiladas we made. Will definitely do again.
CCbears10 Posted: 11/05/11
This is one of my favorite recipes. I've made it several times and just love it!
Amy31773 Posted: 01/22/12
Wow HOW did this get five stars? This is the one and only time I would say a CL recipe was HORRIBLE. I followed the recipe exactly and then added packaged enchilada spices to try to save it No luck, dumped it down the sink. Waaaay to tomatoey, tasted closer to spaghetti sauce base.
CindyW Posted: 10/09/12
I'm so glad to have found a really good recipe to make my own sauce! Now we can control the spice level and keep away from so much salt!
Steph79 Posted: 05/14/12
I have made this recipe many times and love it!
Mosadi59 Posted: 01/09/13
As a northern New Mexican I found this "enchilada" sauce recipe laughable. However if one approaches it as a very tomato-centric sauce that should be limited only to pallid Tex-Mex, it really isn't bad. To improve, cut the tomato quantity in half and build up the sauce with a red chile roux with chicken or veg stock.