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Enchiladas

An enchilada is a corn tortilla rolled around a filling and covered with sauce. Enchiladas can be filled with meat or vegetables and usually served with beans, cheese, and rice. There's a variety of sauces to pair your fillings with; just make sure you start with real corn tortillas.

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Get a freezable Mexican meal rolling in no time with a no-cook filling and a sauce made from pantry ingredients. Jack cheese and a combination of black beans and corn tortillas give this meatless dish complete protein.

recipe

To make these up to a day ahead, prep and assemble the enchiladas (steps 1 to 3); cover and refrigerate. Go to step 4 when you're ready to bake and serve. Before filling, soften the corn tortillas by stacking them between damp paper towels and heating for a minute in the microwave. This makes them more pliable and prevents tearing.