Chicken Enchilada, Mexican Lasagna

I just made this recipe up…Not sure what to call it? Thinking of calling it Chicken Enchilada, Mexican Lasagna…

I was going to make chicken, cheese enchiladas when I got everything for this but ended up making a lasagna/casserole type dish, so here we go…

Start by preheating your oven to 350 degrees

so you will need:

So I was trying to make things easy and I just got a Rotisserie chicken from the deli at King Soopers
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Then I got a 8 oz block of Colby jack cheese, to grate/shred
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Taco seasoning – homemade NOT store bought! I used this recipe
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4 Green chilies, Skin removed and chopped
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So remove the chicken from the bones and then chop it up into small pieces and add to a boil and sprinkle taco seasoning over it
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stir everything together really well set aside

You will also need corn tortilla
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You will also need 1 – 28 oz can of enchiladas sauce, I used mild, you can use medium or hot.
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grab a casserole dish and pour a little enchilada sauce in the bottom to coat the pan, this will help stuff from sticking to the pan
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Then start with the 1st layer, which will be the tortillas
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Then sprinkle a little bit of chicken pieces with taco seasoning over the tortillas
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then I decided to chop up a yellow onion and I sprinkled in a little bit of the onion
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then the green chilies
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then grated cheese and a little bit of the enchilada sauce
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then the next layer of tortillas
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chicken
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onion, green Chile and a little more sauce
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cheese
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3rd layer

Tortillas
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chicken
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onion and green chilies, and the remaining sauce
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add the rest of the cheese too
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Cover with foil
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pop in the oven and bake for about 35 minutes

remove from oven and remove foil and cheese should be melted and everything she be bubbling and nice and warm
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serve up with a nice, big dollop of sour cream on top
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Recipe

 Start by preheating your oven to 350 degrees
  • so you will need:
  • So I was trying to make things easy and I just got a Rotisserie chicken from the deli at King Soopers
  • Then I got a 8 oz block of Colby jack cheese, to grate/shred
  • Taco seasoning – homemade NOT store bought! I used this recipe:
  • 1 tablespoon chili powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon onion powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes
  • 1/4 teaspoon dried oregano
  • 1/2 teaspoon smoked paprika
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons ground cumin
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon black pepper
  • In a small bowl, mix together chili powder, garlic powder, onion powder, red pepper flakes, oregano, paprika, cumin, salt and pepper.
  • 4 Green chilies, Skin removed and chopped
  • So remove the chicken from the bones and then chop it up into small pieces and add to a boil and sprinkle taco seasoning over it
  • stir everything together really well set aside
  • You will also need corn tortilla
  • You will also need 1 – 28 oz can of enchiladas sauce, I used mild, you can use medium or hot.
  • grab a casserole dish and pour a little enchilada sauce in the bottom to coat the pan, this will help stuff from sticking to the pan
  • Then start with the 1st layer, which will be the tortillas
  • Then sprinkle a little bit of chicken pieces with taco seasoning over the tortillas
  • then I decided to chop up a yellow onion and I sprinkled in a little bit of the onion
  • then the green chilies
  • then grated cheese and a little bit of the enchilada sauce
  • then the next layer of tortillas, chicken, onion, green Chile and a little more sauce, cheese
  • 3rd layer
  • Tortillas, chicken, onion and green chilies, and the remaining sauce, add the rest of the cheese too
  • Cover with foil
  • pop in the oven and bake for about 35 minutes
  • remove from oven and remove foil and cheese should be melted and everything she be bubbling and nice and warm
  • serve up with a nice, big dollop of sour cream on top
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