Homemade Chicken Enchiladas with Green Salsa

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 5 Ratings
Serves: 5-7
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Cooking Method: Bake


1 1/2 lb chicken breasts, boneless and skinless cubed
1/2 large half of large onion, diced
1 can(s) of green chiles (optional)
2 box 8 oz philadelphia cream cheese
1 pkg misson flour tortillas
1 c of mexican shredded cheese
1 Tbsp of goya seasoning (or any seasoning you like)
1 can(s) large can of las palmas green enchilada sauce

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Elizabeth Lancaster Recipe
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Houston, TX (pop. 2.1M)
Member Since Jan 2012
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Heat a large pan, with 2 Tbl. of corn oil. over a Med. Heat.

Cube up chicken breasts,add diced onion and seasoning of you choice (i usally add a dash of salt and pepper as well) stir till chicken is completely cooked through, add one can of diced green chiles, and both boxes of Cream cheese (dice em up, they seem to melt easier) and remove from heat.
Pre-heat oven to 375*, and take the flour tortillas (burrito sized) and scoop chicken and cream cheese mix into tortilla.

*** Note i wrap my burritos like swaddling a baby***

lay tortallia on a flat surface and scoop filling in the middle, take BOTH smaller ends of the tortilla and fold Inward, then with your thumbs grab the tortilla side CLOSEST to your body and flip over toward your finger tips.and tuck in tight! (hope that helps :P )
Grease a 9x13 pan with a light coating of corn oil. place all burritos in side ways, cover with las palmas enchilada sauce (Green Salsa), and bake for 20 mins, at 375*.

Shut off oven, and add 1 Cup of shredded cheese to the top of the burritos and let sit in oven til melted.
I serve mine with Cilantro and Avocado halfs, with mexican rice, and a dash of sourcream. Enjoy!

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user Leticia Medrano cookingwithme - Jan 12, 2012
This recipe sounds so good!I'm gonna try it for sure...
user Stacey Exley StaceyExley - Jan 17, 2012
This sounds so good I have made my own version of enchiladas but never like so I was wondering if the green salsa is too spicy for a three year old ?
user Elizabeth Lancaster SimplyfromScratch2037 - Jan 18, 2012
my sons are 6 and 4, and they love it, they dont think it too spicy, but if ud like, add some sour cream on theirs to cool it down a bit :)
user Jean Campbell gwashington1961 - Apr 27, 2012
Elizabeth, please - the last item in your ingredient list is "1 can(s) large can of _______?" The rest of the recipe is well explained in your instructions, just that large final can seems to be a Green Salsa. Is that correct? Thanks for posting this recipe. It does sound delicious!!! Your folding photos and instructions were outstanding for folks who are new to making Burritos!
user Rebecca Jones Beccashome - May 15, 2012
Yummy cant wait to try this!!!!!!

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