I’m all about a good, easy enchilada recipe, and these Salsa Verde Enchiladas are no exception! I threw together some ingredients I had that I thought make be tasty, and they turned out delicious! They got two thumbs up from my husband, so I’m calling these a definite win.
I started with some leftover salsa verde I had. You can use store-bought, or try making your own with this recipe. I poured a little in the bottom of my 9×13 pan, then mixed the rest of it together with sour cream and freshly chopped cilantro (I think all enchiladas should be CREAMY – like our honey lime enchiladas).
I placed a little chicken (I had some shredded rotisserie chicken that needed to be used), a sprinkle of cheese, and a few spoonfuls of sauce in each tortilla, then rolled it up and placed it in my 9×13″ pan. I poured the rest of the salsa verde mixture over everything, topped it with some shredded Monterrey Jack cheese, and baked them to a cheesy perfection.
I topped the finished product with some more cilantro, shredded lettuce, and tomatoes and they were done! Pretty simple, right?!