Ready in 1 hour 30 minutes
I've been making this for years - it's a family favorite.
Boil chicken, remove meat from skin and bones.
Sometimes I will use 6-8 chicken breasts instead of whole chicken when I'm in a hurry.
Saute onions and green pepper.
Mix with soups, tomatoes, cubed chicken, and chicken broth.
Line bottom of Pyrex casserole with six tortillas.
Add 1/2 of chicken/soup mixture; spread over tortillas. Sprinkle grated cheese over mixture.
Then make another layer of six tortillas, chicken/soup mixture, and cheese. Cover with foil and bake at 250-300 F 1 hour until cheese is bubbly.
Please note that you can make this recipe much lower in fat by using the fat free soups and fat free chicken broth. It turns out just as tasty.
I've also substituted Cheddar Cheese, as well as Lite Velveeta in place of the Monterey Jack cheese and it was all good.
A family favorite. I make this frequently.
Beaudreaux 1y agoGave 4 stars, but I'm a rookie cooker. Added water to the cream of mushroom n chicken. Thought naturally I had to? Lol, rookies don't add it. Kinda moist lol. Put in for a lot longer.
arielnnava627 1y ago
LMBarnes 3y agoI did as another reviewer suggested and added a can of green chilis and some sour cream to the mixture which I think helped a lot. I thought this meal had good flavor, but no one else in my family liked and didnt even finish their plates... probably wont make this again, since this is a lot of food for just one person.
Brennab_ 5y agoI liked it very much! It tastes like enchiladas suizas but way easier to cook!
SFStone 5y agoI've had so many compliments on this recipe! It's my husbands new favorite!!
myndrover 5y agoThe best recipe I've found - so close to what I grew up with in Texas
crn003 6y agoMy husbands says this is one of the best dishes I've ever made. I don't care much for corn tortillas, so I used flour and I put a generous amt of cheese on top. Super easy, and very tasty!
stevemur 6y agoDone, thanks!
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sgrishka 7y agoI've made this quick, easy and very tasty casserole for both a church potluck and for a family week night meal. It’s similar to a Mexican lasagna and is made with layers of corn tortillas, a creamy and slightly spicy chicken filling, and shredded cheese. I did make some slight changes to the recipe. I used left-over roasted chicken which I shredded, homemade chicken stock instead of broth, tore the tortillas into bite-sized pieces, increased the temperature and uncovered the casserole for the last 10-minutes of baking to brown the cheese a little. Next time, I plan add some sour cream or crema to the filling along with a small can of diced green chilis for some additional flavor.