Help making enchiladas?!

Question: Help making enchiladas?
I promised my family I would make them enchiladas tomorrow and I have all the ingredients and a general idea of what to do but I was wondering if I could get tips or pointers. What I was gonna do is make about 20 corn tortillas filled with a Mexican blend of shreded cheese in a greased pan and let it bake in the oven until I think it's done then top it off with queso (rotel+velveta) and serve. Does this sound right? Should I put some kind of seasonings in there, or do something to the tortillas? I've never done this before (obviously)


Your enchiladas sound good, my tip that I use is instead of taking each tortilla and frying in a pan with a small amount of oil until soft, I brush each tortilla (10) at a time and put them on a cookie sheet and put them in a 325 degree oven for about 5 minutes. It saves a lot of time and they come out just fine, nice and soft and pliable. Don't forget to lay them on a paper towel to drain excess oil. Good luck and have a great dinner. Oh, I forgot to say that I brush them with oil.

If I were you I would find my "Joy of Cooking" book for a start, but here is a quick idea in All…
Good luck.

That sounds great - if you are using corn tortillas - I fry them in oil for just a few seconds to make them soft and roll. Terri Jo Lorz

Terri Jo Lorz

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