Thursday, September 16, 2010

Simply not organic.....By Juli

Has anyone noticed that I haven't been posting any meals lately? Weird huh?!? Well lets talk about something else....Goat cheese chicken enchiladas!!! Back in the day when I used to work at Mixx they made the yummiest goat cheese chicken enchiladas. Since then, I have made my own rendition. Kit brags about them so they must be good! Any-who...Aunt Marlene, I want to submit this recipe to Sunset Magazine for the 30 minutes or less section. Can you tell me the requirements? Also I bought rotisserie chicken and shredded the meat for time and convenience? How do you think that will fly?


Just ate 1 1/2 of these and already
thinking about that other half!

6 comments:

Mirjam said...

Are you going to post the recipe? I am salivating looking at the pictures...

Jessica said...

Kit has spoken about these awesome enchiladas :-)

bobby thomas said...

Julie your the best cook, looking forword to trying the enchiladas out mmmm

bobby thomas said...

Yes need recipe please

Juliana said...

Ok...the recipe, like I said is made up, so here goes:

Goat Cheese Chicken Enchiladas

1 rotisserie chicken shredded (pre-cooked by Safeway) :)
1 pack of 10 flour tortillas (soft taco size)
1 big can of green enchilada sauce
1 can of olives - sliced
5 green onions - chopped
a handful of cilantro - chopped
1 small package of goat cheese.

So basically i got all of the ingredients ready and then I laid out 10 tortillas, evenly dispersed the ingredients, rolled up, put in a 9x13 pyrex baking dish and poured the enchilada sauce over.

Oh I forgot I also grated some monterey jack cheese and sprinkled over the sauce. Back at 350 for 20-30 until the sauce is bubbling.

Enjoy!!

Marlene said...

http://www.sunset.com/submit-recipe-form/

Submit the recipe on line .

I would say buy shredded cheese and use the rotisserie chicken, that's all acceptable
It sounds yummy, do submit it. Let me know, I will put in a word for you.