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    Chicken Enchiladas ala Doug!

    This is in a GREEN enchilada sauce...never have done this one before, but it is a keeper, have to write it down while I still remember it!I managed to find a whole bunch of Tomatillas, so I thought what am I gonna do with them this time, and I came up with this one:

  • 12 tomatillas, fresh
  • 3 cloves of garlic,peeled & chopped fine
  • 1 small red onion, chopped
  • 1 jalapeno and a half of a hab...Oh go ahead, do the whole thing!
  • 1 half cup of chicken stock...good stuff!
  • Do the tomatillas the same way as usual....simmer them in salted water for about ten minutes, let them cool, and put them aside...chope up the onion, the garlic, jalapeno and the hab and dump all into a food proccessor(almost said word proccessor) with the stock and whirl until blended, add a LITTLE salt and a dash of sugar.Add the tomatillas and whirl again...take out and put into a pan with a little oil(olive is best) Cook, until reduced to about half, set aside to cool. Take one full chicken breast, simmer in a little water with onion, celery, a little salt...in other words poach the chicken breast! Let cool, and chop it up into bite sized pieces...chop up another onion, one peeled and chopped tomato, one garlic clove, and two canned green Anaheim chiles(we do our own and freeze them)but if you aint got those, then use the ones in the can, various brands...etc. etc. Simmer the onion, garlic, tomato & chiles until most of the moisture has gone, and add the chicken...mix well, and let sit...if too wet reheat until more liquid disappears....Heat 6 flour tortillas in a microwave.,wrapped in a damp paper towel, until pliable, put one heaping spoonfull of the chicken mix in each tortilla, and wrap it up and place it in a dish, big enough to hold six...put a good couple of ladles full of the green sauce over the enchilladas, cover with grated sharp cheddar cheese, and put inot a 450 oven for about 15 minutes, until the cheese has melted and it all is bubbly....serve with whater strikes your fancy...tater gems are great! Enjoy...Cheers, Doug in BC

    From: Doug Irvine
    Posted By: Doug Irvine, dougandmarie@home.com
    Post Date: Sat, 13 Jun 1998

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