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Photograph was taken with a Canon Rebel XTI, in my kitchen in Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA.

Would make a wonderful photo for your kitchen or restaurant, weather framed or matted to show off the magnificent enchiladas!

Enchiladas
1lb.Ground Chuck
1Clove Garlic, finely chopped
2Teaspoons salt
1 Tablespoon tequila,cognac or water
1 Tablespoon chili powder
1 Can (1 lb) kidney beans, undrained

Prepare meat filling, in a med. skillet over low heat
saute chuck,drain off fat, stirring in 1 clove garlic, 2 teaspoons of salt, 1 tablespoon tequila,cognac or water and chili powder. Cook until browned. Stir in kidney beans. Remove from heat.

Tomato Sauce
3 Tablespoons olive or salad oil
1 Clove garlic, minced
1/2 Cup chopped onion
1/4 Cup chopped green pepper
1 Can (2lb.3oz.) Italian tomatoes, undrained
1 Can (6oz.) tomato paste
1 beef-bouillon cube
3/4 cup boiling water
2 to 3 tablespoons finely chopped canned green chilies
Dash of cumin
1/2 teaspoon of salt
1/8 teaspoon pepper

1 cup grated sharp cheddar cheese

In hot oil saute garlic,onion and green pepper until tender. Remove from heat. Stir in undrained tomatoes and tomato paste and mix well. Bring to boiling pont over med. heat. Dissolve 1 beef bouillon cube in 3/4 cup boiling water. add beef bouillon, the chiles,cumin,salt & pepper to the tomato mixture, cook uncovered & stirring occasionally, 5 minutes to thicken slightly.

Preheat heat oven 350F.

Place 1/3 cup filling in center of each tortilla, roll up. Arrange, seam side down, in a 13 by 9 by 2 inch baking dish. Pour tomato sauce over all. sprinkle top with grated cheese. Bake for 25 minutes. Makes 12 enchiladas.

I use store bought tortillas in this receipe.

My family loves this and they ask for it often.

Photo was taken with a Canon Rebel XTI, In Wisconsin, USA.

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culture, display, enchiladas, ethnic, food, mexican, spicy, real, receipe, kay novy, kkphoto1

An avid photographer who loves to photograph nature, architecture, old cars, animals and even occasionally been known to take people photographs!

I have always been interested in the arts in one form or another.

Kay Novy (kkphoto1)

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Comments

  • Dawn B Davies-McIninch
    Dawn B Davies-...over 4 years ago

    yumyum, thanks for sharing,dawnx

  • Thanks so much dawnx & for the fav. also!

    – kkphoto1

  • Andrea  Thorpe
    Andrea Thorpeover 4 years ago

    getting hungy :D thanj you for telling how to prepare :D

  • Thanks. Glad your interested in making them.

    – kkphoto1

  • Lori Peters
    Lori Petersover 4 years ago

    I want! I want! They look delicious, Kay. A well presented picture, too. x

  • Thanks so much Lori & for the fav. also. Much appreciated.

    – kkphoto1

  • Pam Moore
    Pam Mooreover 4 years ago

    oh my…..I still think of your pizza….and now this yummy looking dish. Thanks for the recipe! mmmmmmm delicious presentation

  • Thanks Pam.

    – kkphoto1

  • cherylc1
    cherylc1over 4 years ago

    Looks Wonderful!

  • Thanks cheryl.

    – kkphoto1

  • sewcrafty
    sewcraftyover 4 years ago

    Delicious image!

  • Thank you sewcrafty.

    – kkphoto1

  • jeanlphotos
    jeanlphotosover 4 years ago

    Hey Kay . Just wrote down the receipe.will give it a try…..Looks yummy!

  • Thanks jean & for the fav. also. I know it will turn out well for you. There’s really some great receipes on “Your Living SPace” and “Recipes” ( along with photo) groups.

    – kkphoto1

  • DavesPhoto
    DavesPhotoover 4 years ago

    One problem with this my fork broke when I tried to dish up some & now my screen is scratched. I’ll give you my address if you send me some.:) Nice shot Kay

  • Good one Dave. Thanks.

    – kkphoto1

  • Irene  Burdell
    Irene Burdellover 4 years ago

    This looks mouth wateringly delicious , I will definitely try it , thank you for the recipe. x

  • Irene  Burdell
    Irene Burdellover 4 years ago

    Can I just ask what is chuck? Is it minced beef ?

  • Its just a better grind of hamburger (example would be ground round, which would be the best, its round steak grounded up.) Hope this helps Irene.
    I always drain the fat (grease) off after cooking my hamburger.

    – kkphoto1

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