Posted: 4/30/2013 8:12:58 PM
My husband said he really liked this but I must say he'd already had a few drinks...I wasn't at all impressed. I omitted the cilantro, personal taste, and used flour tortillas. I warmed my corn tortillas but they were so small. I rolled two then decided it just wasn't working out, so I used larger flour tortillas, doubled the filling and made 6 plus one little corn one. The corn one basically turned to mush tucked in between the big guys. Not my favorite chicken enchilada recipe, I don't think I'll make it again.
Posted: 4/27/2013 6:39:49 PM
Very good and easy! If you use the Greek yogurt, they are not sweet. A little heavy on the lime flavor, so would use half a lime next time.
Posted: 4/19/2013 3:50:11 PM
have used a similar recipe that uses 8oz pack cream cheese as opposed to the yogurt...and have used the bagged chicken pcs/strips that are "ready made" therefore saving the time for shredding ckn - just makes a chunkier enchilada. Other "add in" ideas for the filling...lime juice, packet fajita/taco seasoning blend and/or hot sauce to add to the 'zing' factor...I think one day I will throw in bacon just for the heck of it and see how that works :)
Posted: 4/11/2013 8:58:28 PM
Really good. Will make again. Next time will use the corn tortillas recommended (didn't have this time). I used a combo of flour and whole wheat ones and they were all good.
Posted: 3/27/2013 4:43:22 PM
I'm not big on Mexican style dishes, but liked the idea of lime. This turned meal turned out delicious. The sauce is so yummy. I couldn't find the key lime yogurt at the store, so I subbed in lite sour cream and extra lime juice. Thanks for this great recipe.
Posted: 3/6/2013 6:06:09 PM
Should have read the reviews! The tortillas must be warmed/heated first or they will crack. I had flour tortillas as a back up and they came out fine. Prep is more involved than it sounds on paper. Might be easier using several grilled chicken breast instead of removing all the meat from a deli chicken.
Posted: 2/26/2013 9:10:07 PM
These enchiladas are good, but a little sweet for my taste. Next time, I will try sour cream and lime juice instead of the yogurt.
Posted: 2/25/2013 11:20:39 AM
These were delicious, my family really enjoyed them. We don't care for corn tortillas so I used regular flour tortillas and they came out beautiful. The lime and cilantro gave them a very light and refreshing flavor. We served them with a side of refried beans and spanish rice but they are very filling to eat alone with a dollop of sour cream.
Posted: 2/5/2013 11:27:07 AM
I know a lot of people prefer not to have fried/oily foods if they can help it, but...to make the corn tortilla's soft, I put olive oil in a frying pan, get it hot and fry the tortilla's on each side for just a few seconds then layer them on a plate (napkin between each tortilla, to soak up some of the oil) and then they will roll without cracking.
Posted: 2/3/2013 3:24:53 PM
I loved this recipe. Very good and refreshing but I too, hate working with corn tortillas like that. I steamed mine and they still cracked. I will use flour tortillas next time. I highly recommend this one, and the rotisserie chicken is the way to go for cutting down the prep time. Very tasty and I will make again!