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YardBird Green Chile Enchiladas..

post #1 of 11
Thread Starter 

So this evenings dinner was a combination of needing to use the number 2 bird out of a two pack, and already having the other ingredients.

 

I parted the chicken out, removing all skin. I wasn't too concerned with the wings, being so tiny. I didn't bother to season the chicken in any way.

 

After about 90 minutes at roughly 300 degrees and hickory smoke, the chicken came back indoors.

 

 

 

I shredded/chopped the chicken and let it simmer in green enchilada sauce. We dont care for the red sauce, just find it a little too bland. After simmering, pile some chicken onto some tortillas. We like flour, which isn't terribly traditional, but it works for us.

 

 

Before rolling up add a nice pile of cheese.

 

 

After rolling, add some more sauce.

 

 

Then add some more cheese. Bake until cheese is melted and heated thru. Enjoy.

 

post #2 of 11
Looks great
post #3 of 11

Looks great to me! B

post #4 of 11

Those look good FarmerChad.

 

Try this simple red sauce.  You may just like it.   It contains NO Tomato products at all!

  See complete enchilada dinner post.

 

Mexican Red Sauce:
---Spices---
1 tsp. Smoked Paprika, hot or mild
1 tsp. Chili Powder
1 tsp. Cumin
1 tsp. Black Pepper
½ tsp. Red Pepper Flakes
1 tsp. Dried Cilantro *Optional*
---End spices---
Combine Spices in small bowl.

2 Tbsp. Bacon Grease
½ stick. Butter (¼ cup)
¼ cup. Flour
3 cubes. Beef Bouillon
2 ¼ cups. Water +/-

Directions:
Over med. high heat, in same skillet meat was cooked in, melt grease & butter until foam settles a bit. Add spices, bouillon, & stir 1 min. Sprinkle in flour, stirring quickly and constantly for 3-4 min. After 3-4 minutes of cooking the flour, add the water, a little at a time, & whisk constantly, 4-5 minutes to remove any lumps. Cover & simmer on low for 5-6 minutes. Then uncover and continue to simmer until you have a thin, to medium thin, sauce. Will coat back of spoon well. Add water and cook a minute if too thick. Remove from heat to cool.

post #5 of 11

Those look great Chad!

 

Al

post #6 of 11

Frank that looks great Thanks for your service,and what you did for your friend.Points for the recipe

Richie

 

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post #7 of 11

Chad they look good from here

Richie

post #8 of 11
Thread Starter 

Thanks everybody for the kind words. fpmich, that looks like a solid recipe. Will certainly be trying in the very near future.

post #9 of 11


Thank you, and I hope you like the recipe.

post #10 of 11

FC, tasty looking meal !

post #11 of 11

Tasty looking meal man. May just have to use the leftover pulled chicken from today's cook to do this tomorrow.

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