Emily’s Chicken Okie-ladas
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- Marinate the 3 boneless, skinless chicken breasts in Daddy Hinkle’s Southwest Wet/Dry Instant Meat Marinade as directed on the package and then cut chicken breasts into smaller pieces and cook chicken breasts in large skillet sprayed with cooking spray until done.
- Once chicken is done, remove from skillet and shred
- TIP: I used my stand mixer with a paddle attachment to shred the chicken in one minute or less.
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Use cooking spray in a large skillet to sauté 2 Tbsp Cilantro, 2 Tbsp chopped onion, and 1 Tbsp of Daddy Hinkle’s Onion & Garlic Seasoning until tender
- Then, add shredded chicken breast and 16 oz jar of Ace in the Bowl salsa to the pan and cook until heated through
- Heat 2 cans of red enchilada sauce in a large saucepan; Using tongs, dip corn tortillas in warm enchilada sauce one at a time
- As the corn tortillas are removed from the enchilada sauce, spoon chicken mixture into the corn tortilla, roll it up and place in casserole dish
- Once all corn tortillas have been filled and placed in casserole dish, pour remaining warmed enchilada sauce from sauce pan over the rolled chicken enchiladas
- Spread Braum’s shredded cheddar cheese over the chicken enchiladas and bake for 10 minutes or until cheese is melted
- Remove from oven and garnish as desired with Braum’s sour cream, chopped lettuce, chopped tomatoes, and chopped green onions.
- NOTE: During summer months, I would use garden fresh vegetables, or you could visit your local Farmer’s Market if you don’t have a garden.