There are several reasons that you’re going to want to make these chicken enchiladas.
First, they start with a rotisserie chicken. (I’ve got a post coming next week about using Costco rotisserie chickens to stock your freezer. They make a great base for easy meals.)
Second, the sauce is easy and homemade. It uses pantry items so you’ll likely always have the ingredients on hand.
Third, I skip that time consuming, messy step of dipping the enchilada shells in hot oil and sauce. This pan of enchiladas can be assembled in about 20 minutes, including making the sauce.
Finally, the enchiladas are cheesy, and covered with a red sauce that’s full of flavor, but not spicy. This is a crowd pleaser!
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