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Shredded chicken, corn tortillas, plus a smoky chipotle sauce -- a delicious dinner in three steps.

Source: Everyday Food, November 2008
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Chipotles in adobo (smoked, dried jalapenos in sauce) are spicy -- for less heat, scrape out ribs and seeds. You'll find them in the international aisle. Pan-steaming is a smart way to cook boneless, skinless chicken breasts. Gentle heat and moisture keep the meat juicy and tender without any added fat.

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  • pennylaneeee
    6 FEB, 2013
    This was very easy to make and it was a huge success! My husband loved it! Fun weeknight dinner!
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  • enjoyscooking
    12 DEC, 2012
    This was pretty good, but the sauce was somewhat bland. It tasted more like a gravy than enchilada sauce.
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  • JPHardee
    18 OCT, 2012
    This was pretty easy and it's delicious. I used soy flour, so the sauce didn't thicken and I had to add corn starch but that was my bad. I will definitely make this again and I appreciate how the ingredients made 8 perfect enchiladas.
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  • cinnamonduck
    20 SEP, 2012
    This is divine. I made it last night for my boyfriend (who I am having trouble cooking for as he is picky) and he loved it. I loved it. We loved it so much i have another one in the oven right now. And its pretty easy!
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  • Lisa Lyons Maloney
    1 SEP, 2012
    *** I made a double batch and used a 7.5 oz can of the chipotle canned salsa. Again, so yummy!***
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  • Lisa Lyons Maloney
    1 SEP, 2012
    This recipes was sooooo good!!! I used chipotle salsa instead of chiles (a whole small can) and I forgot the salt and pepper. I aldo used reduced fat mexican mix cheese. I ran out of chicken and made a cheese one....mi esposo favorito! I also used 32 ounces of reduced sodium chicken broth and no water. I will do this recipe again and again.
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  • hnanzetta
    24 MAY, 2012
    I'm putting this on my "To Try" list. In the meantime....here's an amazingly easy & quick way to shred the chicken. This works if you have a Kitchen Aid mixer with a flat paddle beater. While the chicken is still warm (important) put in the mixing bowl, turn the mixer on LOW, and let the flat paddle beater do its work. In a minute or two, you'll have shredded chicken!!! Soooo much easier than pulling it apart with two forks.
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  • A_Blake32
    19 DEC, 2011
    I made this recipe with my mom this evening and we absolutely loved it! We followed the recipe but did not have chipotle peppers so used a couple of jalapeno peppers instead. It was the perfect amount of cheese, spice and chicken!
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  • mmmille
    5 OCT, 2011
    I followed this as is and it was excellent. I loved the heat from the chipotles but if you don't like spice cut it down considerably.
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  • Kb2121
    4 OCT, 2011
    Get help with the shredding! It took a long time!
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