The enchiladas are a summary of some very interesting elements that live in the Mexican cuisine: tortillas, salsa and imagination.
In the enchiladas dish the salsa is in charge of covering the tortillas also the tortillas are in charged of wrapping the imagination of the Mexican cook since the enchiladas can be filled with diverse ingredients.
In this recipe the Mexican imagination gets too far since cottage cheese accompanied of other ingredients is used to fill the enchiladas. As final touch the enchiladas are garnished with many ingredients so they will have more flavor. This main course can be served plain or it can be served accompanied of refried beans and tortilla chips.
About the Recipe
Preparing the enchiladas is laborious and a bit complicated therefore follow carefully the procedure so the enchiladas will come out delicious.
Don’t use olive oil in this recipe because it is not good for frying the tortillas.
The salsa that is used in the enchiladas is made with 2 serrano peppers. If you consider that it will be too spicy for you, use less.
You can prepare the corn tortillas that are used in the enchiladas and they will have much more freshness.
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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.
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