Authentic Mexican Red Enchiladas

How to make Authentic Red Enchiladas from scratch.
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25 Comments

  • At 2014.10.28 12:47, YalisPantry said:

    @Laura Torres Thanks for stopping by =) let me know how they turn out ;)?

    • At 2014.10.28 13:42, YalisPantry said:

      @Millie Garcia Thank you, I appreciate your comment 🙂 have a beautiful
      day.?

      • At 2014.10.28 13:42, woosa42 said:

        Lol… What is the salad for, to help cool down the heat? How hot is the
        sauce? Also, when you listed Laurel leaves, do you mean Bay leaves? I never
        heard of Laurel leaves or even seen them before.?

        • At 2014.10.28 13:46, Isabel Garcia said:

          Its been a while since I made them. How do I use the chicken bouillons in
          the recipe? ?

          • At 2014.10.28 13:49, Rosie Avalos said:

            Thank you, its exactly what I was looking for. ?

            • At 2014.10.28 14:36, Isabel Garcia said:

              Everyone Loves these enchiladas! Thanks for the Great recipe!?

              • At 2014.10.28 15:21, hoodedraider said:

                deep fry the tortilla for that american taste.
                Jokes aside, why not just microwave it?

                (boil the chiles and the chicken in the same pan, reduces the flavours you
                throw away with the water)
                Gonna make this somewhere this week, <3?

                • At 2014.10.28 15:24, mcbaybe said:

                  Your version of authentic is very different then mine. I dip the tortilla
                  in sauce then fry it, add the chicken and wala tastes amazing ?

                  • At 2014.10.28 16:23, sandyb714 said:

                    Thank u, so far the way u make sim better then other I have seen.
                    Thanks!!!!?

                    • At 2014.10.28 17:03, Rosa Bullard said:

                      That’s almost exactly how I make mines. Only I just use the red chiles only
                      (no strainer) and I don’t season it but I might do it next time, maybe the
                      sauce will have more flavor. I also mix Mexican cheese with minced onion
                      together in a bowl and put with the shredded chicken then roll it up and
                      the rest I put on top. Something about that Mexican cheese and minced onion
                      together taste so good and the onion doesn’t come out over powering.

                      Thank you for sharing! It looks delicious!?

                      • At 2014.10.28 17:05, Millie Garcia said:

                        awesome video!!?

                        • At 2014.10.28 17:41, Laura Torres said:

                          Very detailed I will be making some soon thanks for sharing!!!!?

                          • At 2014.10.28 17:56, desidol22 said:

                            so there is no baking involved?? IVE BEEN LIED TO MY WHOLE LIFE!?

                            • At 2014.10.28 18:48, YalisPantry said:

                              @erikamvh1 Hi 🙂 Well since im not using cheddar cheese or monterey jack
                              cheese im not.. I dont have to… Im using Queso Fresco which doesnt need
                              to be melted so for that reason im not baking them.. Thanks for watching
                              and Happy New Years!!! 🙂

                              • At 2014.10.28 19:12, YalisPantry said:

                                @blgrieb Hi 🙂 just use the guajillos plus the spices. 🙂 it will be barely
                                mild..not hot. thats what I used to do for my kids. 🙂

                                • At 2014.10.28 20:00, YalisPantry said:

                                  @vknapstad Hi Thanks for stopping by..Yes you can.. 🙂

                                  • At 2014.10.28 20:38, YalisPantry said:

                                    @houseguy71 Thanks 🙂 have a great weekend!!! 😉

                                    • At 2014.10.28 21:04, YalisPantry said:

                                      @gereyes73 Thank you for watching and taking your time on commenting,
                                      appreciated much 😉

                                      • At 2014.10.28 21:16, Roxanna Rangel said:

                                        & A+ on using queso fresco not cheddar cheese!

                                        • At 2014.10.28 21:58, YalisPantry said:

                                          @dutch349311 thanks for stopping by my channel 🙂 tinga is really good! and
                                          yes I have the recipe I will inbox u the recipe..its really easy simple to
                                          make. For tge pozole its just the water thats in the large can of hominy
                                          then add the pozole red sauce 🙂

                                          • At 2014.10.28 22:10, libertycaps97211 said:

                                            Very pro shot video and no nonsense instructions. Inspiring! Thank you. I
                                            will be trying your recipe very soon.

                                            • At 2014.10.28 22:46, Lowracerman said:

                                              WRONG. That is NOT how Mexican people make their homemade enchilada sauce.

                                              • At 2014.10.28 23:00, YalisPantry said:

                                                @V5R7N lol..yup English … I made this channel to share with my English
                                                speaking friends who enjoy Mexican food 🙂 Thanks for stopping by.

                                                • At 2014.10.28 23:25, dreamin1983 said:

                                                  Damn that looks bomb.

                                                  • At 2014.10.28 23:45, Cvital88 said:

                                                    Different then how we make it..looks good though

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