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Enchiladas Suizas

Recipe photo courtesy of Bryan Gardner

A creamy, cheesy, comfort-food take on enchiladas. The name of this dish means "Swiss enchiladas," not because it's a Swiss recipe but because of the generous use of dairy as compared to the more traditional Enchiladas Rojas.

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Cook's Notes

Soak tomatillos for a minute or two in hot water. Their husks will slip off easily and the sticky coating will wipe away much more easily. Warming up your tortillas a bit will also make them more pliable for rolling--you can pop them in the microwave for 10-15 seconds or heat (wrapped in parchment-lined foil) in a 350 degree oven for a few minutes.

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  • MS11235124
    8 APR, 2019
    Rarely are enchiladas made with flour tortillas in authentic Mexican cuisine. White corn tortillas should be used for this recipe.

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