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Thu Jun 4, 2020, 11:53 AM

Family-style Beef Chili Enchilada Recipe

We made these enchiladas using our Texas chili recipe, and they came out delicious. You can use any number of different fillings, though it should be something slow-cooked and easy to shred with enough sauce/gravy to coat things. Chicken and pork will work just as well as beef, as well.

Of course you can switch up the cheese on top, as well. If you want something that will brown better, or if you want something that will become a bigger melty mess, do what you like. It's all good!

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Reply Family-style Beef Chili Enchilada Recipe (Original post)
Saviolo Jun 4 OP
Zambero Jun 4 #1
N_E_1 for Tennis Jun 4 #3
Saviolo Jun 4 #5
Kali Jun 4 #2
Saviolo Jun 4 #4
Kali Jun 4 #6
Saviolo Jun 4 #7
Warpy Jun 4 #8
Saviolo Jun 5 #9

Response to Saviolo (Original post)

Thu Jun 4, 2020, 12:21 PM

1. Looks scrumptious

Given recent technological advances for in-home use, might there be a 3-D printer option out there that could serve this up?

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Response to Zambero (Reply #1)

Thu Jun 4, 2020, 12:55 PM

3. The cheese keeps clogging the jets...

But total transparency...used a burrito program.

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Response to Zambero (Reply #1)

Thu Jun 4, 2020, 01:13 PM

5. Soon we won't have to joke, "Hey can you email me some of that?"

We'll actually be able to!

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Response to Saviolo (Original post)

Thu Jun 4, 2020, 12:26 PM

2. enchilada casserole

is what we call it. I usually just use a large can of enchilada sauce and way more cheese.
green is good too, especially for chicken. we often make it with no meat at all.

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Response to Kali (Reply #2)

Thu Jun 4, 2020, 01:12 PM

4. We wanted to do a green one.

But we couldn't get tomatillos up here in Canada at this time of year.

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Response to Saviolo (Reply #4)

Thu Jun 4, 2020, 01:34 PM

6. you can use green tomatoes

but you probably don't have those either

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Response to Kali (Reply #6)

Thu Jun 4, 2020, 02:24 PM

7. Not at the moment!

But we have done a video on fried green tomatoes.

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Response to Saviolo (Original post)

Thu Jun 4, 2020, 09:51 PM

8. Chez Warpy it's turkey thigh carnitas

Enchilada sauce, green chile sauce, red chile sauce, they're all good. Just overcook the turkey in liquid, shred it, and it's ready for enchiladas, tamales, tostadas, tacos, tortilla pie.

Turkey thighs are very meaty and not terribly expensive and extremely traditional, people didn't eat beef or pork until the Spanish brought them.

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Response to Warpy (Reply #8)

Fri Jun 5, 2020, 01:14 AM

9. Oh, this is nowhere near traditional

This is straight up Tex-Mex. With the Texas-style chili as the filling, it can in no way be considered Mexican food

The chicken tinga that we made for next week's video is a little closer

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