Green Sauce Chicken Enchiladas
Kick up your next enchilada dish a notch with these Green Sauce Chicken Enchiladas. Gourmet green tomatillo salsa cuts back on prep time giving you a quick, delicious meal for dinner!
For those of you who have a Total Wine within a reasonable distance of your home, have you ever been to a Total Wine Beer Class? If you love beer you should definitely check out one or a few of the classes. The classes are a great way to try out beers and find some new ones to enjoy. Ken and I have been to a few of them and last night, we attended the Autumn Beers Class. We tasted some amazing Oktoberfest, Pumpkin, and Harvest beers as well as a couple of ciders. Some were new to us, some weren’t. One that wasn’t so new to us that just happened to be sampled at the class was Southern Tier Pumking Ale. It’s an Imperial Pumpkin Ale which means it’s stronger in both flavor and alcohol content than your normal pumpkin ale. The smell and taste of this beer is amazing. The only thing I can compare both smell and taste to is warm fall baked goodies. No joke, I wouldn’t mind if my house smelled like this beer year round. It’s truly one of the best pumpkin ales I’ve ever had. The numbers point to it being one of the best as well. Beer Advocate rates it at 91/100. That’s some darn good beer!
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A while back I made these simple Green Sauce Chicken Enchiladas for dinner. It was a weeknight. I was lazy after work so I didn’t feel like fussing around much in the kitchen. I had bought a jar of gourmet green tomatillo salsa earlier in the week so I decided to make some enchiladas with it. After all, I had always wanted to try enchiladas with green sauce. I always get them with red sauce or cream sauce.
All you need are a few easy to grab ingredients for this dish. Use already diced bacon (found in the salad condiment isle of your grocery store but don’t get those Bacos, get real bacon pieces) and cooked chicken to cut back on time. A rotisserie chicken, leftover chicken, grilled chicken. Any type will work. You’ll find the rest of the list below. Enjoy! Adapted from the Better Homes and Gardens New Cookbook
This recipe makes 7 enchiladas. One person can have an extra enchilada or you can split the 7th enchilada between everyone.
Adapted from the Better Homes and Gardens New Cookbook
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