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Crockpot Chicken and Corn Enchilada Casserole

Last week, I made a meal that was delicious and easy.  However, it was 100% NOT photogenic. I ended up making it again this week to try to get some better photos, but I didn’t really have much luck making it look more appetizing.  It was still just as good though.  So I debated, should I blog it? My Twitter friends said yes, so here goes. I guess this just shows that you can’t judge a book by its cover?

You can find the recipe here.

Crockpot Chicken Enchiladas

I did slightly change a couple of things about the recipe.  I used flour tortillas instead of corn, just because that is what I prefer.  Also, I did not add the green chiles.  The thing about this recipe is that it is very easy to slightly change it to suit what you want.  If you want it spicier – add chiles, or a spicier red sauce.  Want other veggies in there, I don’t see why you couldn’t add them.  I don’t know a whole lot about cooking beans, but I bet you could find a way to use them as protein instead of chicken.

Crockpot Chicken Enchiladas

Since it is hard to tell what all is in that messy dish above, let me explain it to you.  Essentially, it is layers of red sauce, tortilla, cream sauce, chicken, and cheese.  It is SO good.  It only takes a few minutes to prepare (especially if you have already cooked chicken, or cook it in 10 minutes in the awesome Deep Covered Baker.) other than the chicken there is really no preparation other than layering things in the crockpot and letting it sit and cook for 3 hours.

Ease: A, barely any prep at all.
Taste: A+, it is a great combination of red sauce and cream sauce.

Would I make it again? Yes.  I will and I have. Even though it isn’t pretty, it is still delicious. 🙂

3 Responses

  1. I have an entire fantasy restaurant based around this concept. It’s called Looks Bad, Tastes Good. Sometimes, food just looks awful, but it’s beyond tasty, and discriminating against un-pretty food is just plain wrong!

    It sounds delish to me, and I think I’ll try it myself 🙂 Thanks for posting!

  2. […] a few different slow cooker recipes in the past, but there is really only one that I really liked (Chicken and Corn Enchilada Casserole) and the cooking time just doesn’t quite work out with the amount of time between when I […]

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