Whipped this recipe up quickly with leftover smoked turkey, and Harry & David Garlic Salsa. My husband and 4 y/o son loved it! Baked it with extra cheese on top, and omitted the salt. Another one to add to My Recipe File.
Turkey Enchiladas with Sour Cream
lauralrussell Posted: 11/29/09
VizslaMom Posted: 12/01/09
This recipe was super-easy and a great way to use Thanksgiving leftovers. I added cilantro and sliced green onions to the enchilada filling for a bit for flavor. MMM!
2Annie Posted: 01/03/09
I have been making this recipe for years. I use chicken if I don't have turkey. My family likes spicy food so I add serano chile to the sause on top. I make the enchiladas smaller so I get at least 2 dozen. Try this recipe, your family and friends will love it!
AustinCheryl Posted: 11/28/10
Never would have thought of making enchiladas this way, but I'm glad I tried it. Shredding the turkey was a great way to get the flavors blended together. I had a couple of fresh poblanos which I roasted, peeled and chopped into the mix with a little cumin and some green onion. That upped the flavor a lot, but also the heat, so I skipped the spicy green salsa I had purchased and just topped it with some medium Pace picante. I'd like to try it again without the poblanos, and putting a better salsa on top. Very easy to put together.
chughestx Posted: 11/23/12
I make this every year with Thanksgiving leftovers. I use a cheddar/jack combination for the cheese and Mrs. Renfro's green salsa with jalapeno. Simple to make and delicious!
jennybt Posted: 03/09/13
Delicious with shredded chicken, also. My sister came over the day after I made these and even after a trip in the microwave, they were excellent.
Midgie Posted: 02/15/14
So quick and easy and not the typical recipes for leftover turkey. Made exactly by the recipe but next time I will purchase a jar of enchilada sauce and might spice it up a little more. Also will add some refried beans. Did I mention, it is very good.