WTH am I going to make for dinner? This is what I ask myself every day. Twice a day. I have a few meals everyone in my house will eat without complaining. I seem to run through them with a rotation-like ritual. Needless to say, food has become boring in my home. That is, until I introduced these cheesy chicken enchiladas to my family! I single-handedly brought life back to dinner time with this recipe I found on Pinterest.
How to Make Cheesy Chicken Enchiladas
As I do every day, I was looking for something quick and simple I
could make for dinner. I needed something easy, quick, cheap and filled with ingredients my kids would eat. Bakingdom wrote this yummy recipe she refers to as Kid-Friendly Cheesy Chicken Enchiladas.
What you need
- 1 tablespoon of butter
- 1 pound boneless, skinless chicken breasts- cut into bite sized pieces
- 1/2 cup sour cream
- 1 can condensed cream of chicken soup
- 2 tablespoons taco seasoning
- 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
To begin making the cheesy chicken enchiladas, you will want to cut your chicken into bite size pieces.
Then put the chicken into a deep skillet with the butter. Heat the chicken over medium heat for about 10 minutes.
While the chicken is cooking you need to dirty another dish. In a small sauce pan, mix your sour cream and cream of chicken soup. Mix this together over medium heat and then add the taco seasoning.
Let the enchilada sauce sit on medium heat for 10 minutes- stirring often.
Now take 2/3 of a cup of the enchilada sauce and mix it in with the chicken along with a cup of shredded cheese.
Now spoon about a quarter of a cup into 6-8 small tortilla shells.
Roll them tight.
Place into a 13×9 baking dish, folded side down.
Cover the top of the chicken enchiladas with the rest of the enchildada sauce and the other cup of cheese.
Bake the cheesy chicken enchiladas at 375 degrees for 20 minutes.
Overall Take on this Pinterest Test
I loved it! The Cheesy Chicken Enchiladas Recipe from Bakingdom was very tasty! The enchilada sauce was especially amazing I will absolutely be making cheesy chicken enchiladas again.
The cons to this recipe:
The cheesy chicken enchiladas recipe involved using 3 different pans! (Like I need to be washing dishes or something.)
The dirty dishes is really the only thing I can say against this recipe.
If you aren’t making this for kids, or your kids don’t mind spicy food, I would suggest adding hot sauce. My husband and I agreed it would have been off-the-charts amazing if it had a little kick to it.
Have you tried this recipe?
If you have not tried the Cheesy Chicken Enchiladas recipe then be sure to pin this and try it!!