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#11 TammyWright

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Posted 20 January 2007 - 06:20 PM

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Tammy: Wow sounds like you are getting major cravings:)

You can also get the green sauce "salsa verde" in cans or you can make a bunch and freeze in smaller baggs.

My last morning in Baja we had a different type of chilaquiles.

The tortillas were pan fried with a little oil then they added eggs and made a scramble in same pan untill eggs are cooked - finally they added the sauce.

Placed very hot on a plate with cheese & the cream.. VERY, VERY YUMMY!!!
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I'm hungry!!!! let me see if I have the ingredients to make some..
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I'm hungry too!! Have to make a grocery run!!
we should all make it tomorrow morning! i've had it with eggs too...so yummy...it isn't tomatillo season so i will have to get the canned ones...hmmmmm

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#12 anaderoux

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    Posted 20 January 2007 - 07:22 PM

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    we should all make it tomorrow morning! i've had it with eggs too...so yummy...it isn't tomatillo season so i will have to get the canned ones...hmmmmm
    deal! tommorrow I'll make them for breakfast

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    Posted 20 January 2007 - 07:23 PM

    me too! i want it with some fresh fruit and eggs

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    #14 MERRYME

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      Posted 20 January 2007 - 07:36 PM

      Ok I'll make it too!! I just got some cans of the sauce. I was actually going to make them for dinner.

      Tammy-

      Another version: Pie AZTECA- Kind of lasagnia - sp?- but with tortillas.

      Layer tortillas with green sauce, cheese, shreded chicken breast, corn chopped fresh onion, cilantro (or not- anny). Keep layering and top off with sauce & generous layer of cheese. Place in 360 degree oven until cooked and then place under broiler 3-5 minutes to brown cheese. VERY yummy! This version can be made with the red sauce too. Best with the Chile Pasilla sauce.
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      #15 anaderoux

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        Posted 20 January 2007 - 08:03 PM

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        me too! i want it with some fresh fruit and eggs
        and melted cheese on top yummy

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          Posted 21 January 2007 - 11:41 PM

          Tammy -

          The enchiladas were cheese with coarseley chopped onion and corn. Chesee & cream on top.
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          Posted 22 January 2007 - 02:21 AM

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          Tammy -

          The enchiladas were cheese with coarseley chopped onion and corn. Chesee & cream on top.
          mmm...i make this chicken enchilada casserole with corn in it...yummy!

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            Posted 22 January 2007 - 03:09 AM

            Mmmmmmmm, thanks everyone!

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              Posted 11 June 2007 - 06:32 PM

              Hi
              I know I am very very late on this thread but I love Chilaquiles so, here are some suggestions :

              -When you are frying the tortillas put some sliced onions to give some flavor on the oil, but be careful on not burning it... it taste so good!

              - You can add some chicken breast chopped after you finish with the tortillas, then you add the salsa and the chesse on the pan, top with the cream!.

              - You can do your own easy salsa either green or red: put some tomates on the microwave and the pepper in a plastic bag for 4 minutes, then you blend it with cilantro, some salt and that's it!!! you have a very quick salsa...

              - also you can put some fried beans in your plate and eat it together, the beans are the best companion to the chilaquiles!!

              - if you want type of light chilaquiles, put the sliced tortillas on the oven or the microwave until get crunchy, and then you continue withe salsa with no oil, and you put some light chesse and non-fat cream...

              jajaja you can tell how fan I am of this recipe.. jajajaja

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              Posted 11 June 2007 - 09:49 PM

              thanks mora...i love my chilaquiles with refried beans on the side...sooo good...i will try to bake the tortillas next time since it may be easier..

              also, i read if you want to make green sauce from scratch roast some tomatillas, anaheim peppers, garlic and onions in olive oil in the oven until soft then throw in the blender or food processor.

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