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Enchiladas Verdes Con Pollo - We deliver

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Our friends called and wanted to have dinner with us but I was already making enchiladas. No problem, we deliver on request. :)

Here are most of the ingredients for the Verde sauce.

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And now on the kamado for a nice roasting.

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When everything  is done, I skin

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and seed the jalapenos.

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now into the blender with everything else for a spin with the juice of one lemon and one lime.

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Now I take 2 chicken breasts I cooked up from my 6th of July party.

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and shred (in this case I chopped) them and add 1/2 diced onion and 1 cup of crumbled Queso Fresco.

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Pour some of the sauce in the bottom of your baking vessel and some in a bowl to dip the corn tortillas in.

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Heat up your tortillas, dip them in sauce and divide equal amounts (I used 3 heaping tablespoons each) of the chicken mixture into each tortilla and roll up.

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Once full cover with cheese

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And place it in the kamado (at 325) for 20 minutes.

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And it’s done. Now I covered with foil and we drove this over to our friend’s house for dinner.

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Here is the plated shot taken with my phone camera.

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Good stuff! 

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Very, nice cook DH. Just wonderful. As always, Well Done  :) Is Prescott within your delivery zone?

Thanks keeper. I'm usually in your delivery area once a year when we vacation in Sedona. :)

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Jeff your killing it on your Mexican cooks! Great job!

Thanks Jose. I really appreciate it. Mexican food is my favorite although Barbeque is a close second. I grew up in East L.A. and our neighbors (The Reyes's) taught my mom how to make all their favorites. When we moved back to Nebraska we went though a huge Mexican food withdrawal as there was none to be had at that time. (It was the mid 60’s) We always begged her to make us some and she finally did. We had to beg because she had to make the tortillas, the frijoles, absolutely everything herself from scratch. As you know it's a lot of work to do this. She ended up getting a job as a grocery clerk and was able to order in some of these items. From that time we got Mexican food more often. As she worked a lot she ended up teaching us boys how to make it so we could cook and have dinner waiting for when she got home. Now, unless I want to always order out or eat at a restaurant I need to make it myself. I don’t (can’t) eat it quite as fiery hot anymore but still enjoy a little heat. Anyway, thanks again.

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