No rotisserie chicken on hand? Any chopped, cooked chicken or leftover chicken will work well in this recipe.
|Amount per Serving|
|% Daily Value*|
|Total Fat||17 gram||26%|
|Saturated fat||7 gram||35%|
|Dietary fiber||3 gram||14%|
6 people have reviewed Spicy Chicken Enchiladas
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May 03, 2014
Excellent ...just like the authentic ones from mexican Restraunt ....will definitely make again
November 14, 2013
These ECHAS were abosolutely WONDERFUL>>><<<< imma eat dezze up yoo
April 26, 2012
Loved this recipe I make it often my boys love it unfortunately no store here carries the Rotel original tomato
April 23, 2012
So yummy:) I used a garlic butter rotisserie chicken from Walmart because the meat is really juicy and tender. I will for sure be making these again!!!!!!
March 08, 2012
My husband is generally a picky eater. I didn't fuss with measurements or anything and used onion powder instead of onions. He liked them. I used two leftover oven fried chicken legs to make 3 enchiladas for him and used the Rotel original sauce as directed in the recipe (but I split the recipe in half needing only one can).
December 21, 2011
This inspired me to submit my recipe for Enchiladas. Yours was different and very good.
The signature blend of vine-ripened tomatoes, zesty green chilies and savory mixture of spices in Ro*Tel that turns ordinary dishes into a medley of delicious, bold flavors.