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My husband is crazy about Mexican food. I swear, he could eat it every single day – AND for every single meal of the day! I do like it, too, but I’d rather have more variety when it comes to our dinner routine. However, every Monday we are having Mexican food simply because he can’t live without it! This awesome enchilada recipe has been his favorite for a while already, so today I’m going to share it with you.
The key to this incredible, cheesy-baked Mexican dish, is that it’s swirling in spicy, homemade enchilada sauce. Let the warm tortillas bake in this concoction, and you have an easy recipe, that will please the whole family. Ready in an hour, this recipe yields 6-8 servings, but be quick on the seconds, because this dish never makes it to leftover-land.
Recipe and photo courtesy of 12 Tomatoes.
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