Why didn’t I think of this (or read it somewhere online) before now?
Last week, I was preparing chicken enchiladas for dinner and had a flash of brilliance (or that’s what I’d like to think!). I had the cooked, shredded chicken ready to go and as I was assembling the other ingredients for the filling, decided to just dump it all in the bowl together and mix it up. Then all I had to do was use tongs to fill the tortillas, roll them up, place in baking dish, smother them in more sauce and cheese and pop them in the oven.
My previous method, was SO much more complicated and messy. I would have 3 separate dishes – cheese, chicken and sauce. Then I would layer the ingredients into each tortilla prior to rolling them up and loading them into the dish.
We love enchiladas but I haven’t been making them nearly as often as Michael would like, simply because of the time involved.
I feel so silly now. This literally took me half the time it use to take!
This post is linked to Kitchen Tip Tuesday.
If you haven’t purchased your copy of Grocery University yet, here’s another great chance to get it for a steal. Through today (Tuesday, March 1), Grocery University is on sale for just $8.95. This is a savings of 65%. This includes the full audio course, 40-page e-workbook and the popular Rock Bottom Price List, which has been updated to reflect rising grocery prices.