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It does not get better than this! EXCELLENT! EXCELLENT! EXCELLENT! Thank you for sharing.
Amazing! Made exactly as shown except I had a leftover jalapeno cheese ball I used in place of the cream cheese. So delicious!
I made these right after Thanksgiving with the leftovers and I think they were a bigger hit than the original Turkey dinner :) Such a great recipe…Thank you!
Absolutely loved this recipe! I kinda have a love affair with sweet potatoes, which my husband finds annoying sometimes. He didn’t even realize they were in there! Definitely going to be an after Thanksgiving tradition for us. Thank you!
Made exactly as written. This is awesome. Even my husband liked it …. although I didn’t tell him it had sweet potatoes and cream cheese. Reheated it tends to dry out a little bit, but stlll delicious.
I’m going to try this tonight. My mom always made turkey enchiladas the day after Thanksgiving, which us kids thought was best meal. ever. Looking back, it was probably just turkey rolled up in tortillas with Hunt’s tomato sauce thrown over. Maybe some cheese. Anyway, I’m trying this recipe tonight with leftover turkey. Love the ease and the ingredients, minus the sweet potatoes. It’s only April, but I like cooking a turkey every now and then outside of the holidays. It’s way tastier than chicken.
Fabulous! I used carrots and leeks. Thank you!
I’m making my second batch. These are great, I especially love the sweet potato in the recipe, I never would have tried that. Thank you for sharing!
Wow, this is delicious! I would never have thought to put our leftover sweet potato mash in the enchiladas, and it was really great! Also used up the last bit of cream from Thanksgiving. What a delicious combination of flavours! I served them with chopped tomatoes and a quick homemade guacamole. Heaven!
Made these last night and they were awesome. I think the big difference was the addition of the sweet potato. Over the top good.
Made this tonight with the left over turkey and the sweet potato that I set aside for this dish. It was a big hit! The cream/tomatillo salsa mixture is the secret. Thank you so much.
Hello! I love the recipe, but only have one little problem: we don’t have any tomatillos in my country….. (I’m from Europe….)….So, can I substitute the tomatillo salso with something else? Thank you very much!
You can use a tomato-based salsa. To mimic a tomatillo salsa you would want to make it more tart by adding extra vinegar to it. Take a look at this simple salsa recipe to start.
Forgive me but I am totally unsure about the preparation of tortillas. Here in Spain we only get flour tortillas, not corn , everyone says that you have to fry them in a hot dry frying pan for a couple of seconds each side before using. Is this right? It doesn’t say so in your recipe. Thank you.
Hello Michael, this recipe uses flour tortillas, not corn. You don’t have to fry flour tortillas first. If you are using corn tortillas, then yes, they should be softened by frying them in a little oil first.
It was very good, now do you have any recipes that will help me lose the weight I’ve gained!
Here you go Earl, Low Carb Recipes!
So, I’ve never actually had enchiladas… Your flavour combinations always seem really nice, but I’ve never made them because I can’t quite picture the texture as being something I’ll enjoy. Do the tortillas get mushy? Or is it more like a lasagna?
Hi Christina, it all depends on the tortillas and the sauce. My mother’s cheese enchiladas end up a lot more like lasagna in texture. You want the tortillas to be soft because they’ll be easier to cut and eat.
Thank you! I’ll try your mother’s cheese enchiladas first, and then I’ll go from there!
Have you ever used corn tortillas? I love the taste of corn tortillas. – Ann