Start with deli-roasted chicken and this family-friendly casserole will be ready in no time. For a milder version, use Monterey Jack cheese in place of pepper Jack.Avanell Hewitt, North Richland Hills, Texas
Rich and saucy, this south-of-the-border entree from Alicia Johnson of Hillsboro, Oregon makes a hearty meal. "Whenever I take dinner to friends who are ill, these enchiladas seem to make them feel better," says Alicia.
This zippy Mexican casserole is a real winner at our house. It's so flavorful and filling, we usually just accompany it with rice and black beans. If your family has spicier tastes, increase the chili powder and use a medium or hot salsa.Julie Huffman, New Lebanon, Ohio
"I created these enchiladas to satisfy several picky eaters in our house," explains Stacy Cizek of Conrad, Iowa. "They were an instant hit and are now requested at least once a week. I especially like that we can enjoy this meal twice by freezing half for a later (and busier) day."
"I serve this entree to my husband, my sister and her husband, and received many compliments," notes Rebecca Stout of Conroe, Texas. "My brother-in-law is a hard-to-please eater, so when he said he loved it, I was thrilled. He even took leftovers for lunch the next day.
This easy-to-prepare main dish meal has proven popular with dinner guests of all agesand especially teenagers. You'll find the Southwest-style enchiladas are not too spicy; just pleasantly flavorfuland nice looking, too.
“I love this creamy, comforting dish because it's easy, tastes amazing, freezes well and reheats easily in the microwave,” says Rachel Smith in Katy, Texas. If you prefer more zip, substitute Pepper Jack cheese for Monterey Jack.