Total TimePrep: 30 min. Cook: 5 hours
I cooked this and while the flavor was good the tortilla's were nasty soggy. Next time I would just make the filling and leave the cheese and tortilla's out!
I see no reason to cook this in crock pot. I think it would be very hard to serve. I'll stick with my 9x13. I do love crock pot cooking but not for things like this & lasagna which you need to cut into squares to serve.
I have a question. This sounds delicious... and the picture of the "stacked" finished dish looks amazing. BUT... how do you get it out of the slow cooker without it falling all to pieces????
Though I have beef only at times will try this recipe maybe will get at good restaurant or big hotel or could make at home amid may make it
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I have never cooked mine in a slow cooker. I love enchiladas but hate the prep so I decided to layer the ingredients in a pan and baked it. It came out pretty darn good. I named it Enchilada pie. I like using the corn and flour tortilla blend. That was about 20 or so years ago
Would respectfully disagree with soonrzfan. I'm from NM, and stacked enchiladas are very common there. I have been eating them for about 65 years and making them for over 50 years. They have different ingredients, but the process is pretty much the same. We use corn tortillas for the same reason as jacquiemb, and top it with a soft fried egg.
I would use corn tortillas in place of the flour one. Flour tortilla do better in dry cooking, like bean burros, quesadillas etc. When cooked with liquid they have a tendency to get a bit doughy. I also like the flavor the corn tortillas add. Thanks for the recipe.
Looks filling and delicious, but I'll just layer it in a 9 x 9 dish and call it Mexican Casserole because it's nothing close to an enchilada.
Looks very good, but sorry, these are not enchiladas.......more like Mexican lasagna.