The enchiladas are a typical Mexican dish that consists of various corn tortillas bathed in salsa and filled with a stew. When the enchiladas are served, on top is put a kind of salad that admits many variations.
In this Mexican recipe the enchiladas are filled with a ground beef stew, the tortillas are covered with a type of green salsa and at the end the enchiladas are garnished with Mexican cream, cheese, avocado, onion and coriander.
– The best part about the enchiladas is that while you eat them, the salsa that covers the enchiladas enters to bath the beef with its tasty flavor. It is a sensation that will delight you.
If you want a ground beef with a very good flavor and that it arrives fresh to the door of your house – the “Omaha Ground Beef" is the one.
Use “La Banderita Corn Tortillas" to make your enchiladas because they have very good flavor, they are soft and they don’t break at the moment of folding.
If you don’t find tomatillos where you live, you can go for the option of canned tomatillos with “La Costena Tomaillos". Unfortunately, the flavor is not the same as that of the fresh tomatillos but they will do a good job in your enchiladas.