I chose this name because I use the same ingredients as I would for Enchilada''s, but I used a pie plate and stacked the ingredients. It is similar to a tortilla stack, but much more saucier. This held up very well and you can cut it just like a pie. You can adjust your ingredients to fit your likes. This makes 1 pie that serves 4."I had quite a lot of leftover enchilada sauce and used it to make this. It was so good I took what was left to the bar and gave it away, otherwise I would have eaten it all!! I also used thin strips of roasted jalapenos and layered them in because I have a ton of them. Besides, I can't get canned ones!! This is medal-worthy if anything ever was..." - thetitan99
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Enchilada Pie Preparation
Grease a pie plate generously
Layer one tortilla, little sauce, couple tablespoons of meat, olives, little cheese. Repeat layers.
Finish with a tortilla, little sauce, cheese, olives and place the tomatoes'' and jalapeno slices evenly all around. Bake 350 for 35 minutes.
Slice like a pie, it comes out clean, top with any additional toppings.
NOTE: if using canned enchilada sauce, you may need to thicken it with a little flour and water, other wise the pie might be runny. You want your sauce the consistency of a thickened tomato sauce. I also mince my meat in the magic bullet or food processor to make it fine.
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