Enchilada Sauce [RECIPE]

Enchiladas with enchilada sauce

Why buy canned enchilada sauce when it is so easy to make it at home? (Photo by Jathan Fink, Jadeworks Entertainment)

Although you can purchase ready made enchilada sauce at the grocer’s, it is helpful to know how to make it yourself for those times you can’t get to the store. It is easy to prepare, tastes great, stores in the fridge for up to a week and even freezes well. It also isn’t only for enchiladas. I use it when making other recipes too when I’m looking for a tomato sauce with a bit of zip, like with my beef and bean burritos. If you make the sauce in advance, just be sure to warm it before adding it to your recipe. Read more of this post

Stacked Turkey Enchiladas [RECIPE]

Stacked Turkey Enchiladas

Put your leftover turkey meat to good use. Shred it and make our stacked turkey enchiladas! (Photo by Jathan Fink, Jadeworks Entertainment)

Roast turkey is one of our favorite meals, but every time we cook one we inevitably have enough to live off of for a week. To vary up your menu and not waste all the proceeds from a big gobbler, try making up a batch of our stacked turkey enchiladas. Flavorful and delicious, it puts all that leftover poultry to good use and will keep a thankful grin on your family’s faces because they won’t be forking down repeats of the same old leftovers. Read more of this post

Angus Enchiladas with Green Chilies [RECIPE]

Angus Enchiladas with Green Chilies

Satisfy your Mexican cravings with our Angus Enchiladas with Green Chilies.
(Photo by Jathan Fink, Jadeworks Entertainment)

When you grow up in Texas, it isn’t unusual to get a hankering for Mexican food from time to time. My mom used to make enchiladas fairly often when I was a kid, but this is our spin on the classic dish. This recipe marries beefy goodness with gooey cheese, spicy red sauce, and chopped green chilies. It makes up a big batch great for a family dinner or get together and pairs perfectly with refried beans and rice.  Read more of this post