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Turkey enchiladas

I needed some thing quick to make for dinner at work, I was working until at least 9pm, having started at 8:30 am, and had a two hour break in my day. I decided enchiladas would be the perfect solution and would fit in my lunch box easily, I also cooked extra for Ryan too. Chicken was getting somewhat repetitive so I decided to mix it up slightly and used turkey – not much of a switch! The turkey gave a different texture to the enchiladas but turkey itself is a chewy meat according to Ryan (he’s a chef), so Read More…

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Spicy tomato, mince and sausage enchiladas

Using some left over meat and pasta sauce Ryan and I made these spicy tomato, mince and sausage enchiladas. We threw a rasher of smoked bacon in as well. They were lovely! Not too filling and full of flavour. You will need Soft Corn Tortillas Assorted meats, we used: Cumberland chipolata sausages, mince meat and a rasher of bacon 150g grated cheese Mozzarella cheese Red pasta sauce – ours was a mild chilli tomato sauce Oregano Basil Method Preheat the oven to 180°C (160°C for fan assisted ovens) Pan fry the bacon and mince meat in oil on a medium Read More…

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Cheesy Baked Enchiladas

I love making these cheesy baked enchiladas and Mexican style food in general (Ryan makes the best bean burritos!). This quick and easy recipe will serve 4, but you can also have some as left overs. I have taken some to work with me in the past. Side note: I need prettier or non black baking dishes… You will need 8 Soft Corn Tortillas 500g tender chicken breast 150g grated cheese Red enchilada sauce (store bought or make your own: I recommend Gimme some Oven’s sauce recipe) Method Preheat the oven to 180°C (160°C for fan assisted ovens), gas mark Read More…