Top-ranked recipe named "Smoky Black Bean Enchiladas"
Serve with Tropical Fruit Salad and tortilla chips
"Very good; I will make it again for sure. Half of the family is vegetarian so this is an excellent choice for everyone all around. We added sour cream as a topping. At first I wasn't sure about the orange juice but it came out great. Next time I may use the juice from a lime instead. Tip - use the largest tortillas you can find because they are easier to roll. I should have had some mango salsa on hand - would have been a GREAT side. "- MsRebecky
1. Heat the oil in a medium-sized saucepan over medium heat. Saute the onion and chipotle pepper until soft, about 10 minutes. Stir in the beans and orange juice, and simmer 10 minutes. Using the back of a large spoon, mash half the beans by pressing them against the sides of the pan. Cook the beans a few more minutes, or until the texture of mashed potatoes. Let the beans cool.
2. To make the sauce, combine the salsa, tomato sauce, oregano, and cumin in a bowl.
3. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
4. Wrap the tortillas in foil and bake 10 minutes. This will soften them and prevent them from splitting when rolled. Let cool slightly. Keep the oven on.
5. To assemble the enchiladas, lightly oil 2 shallow 2-quart baking dishes, such as 12x2x7-inch Pyrex dishes (you don't want to crowd the enchiladas). Pour a thin film of sauce on the bottom of each dish. Divide the filling in half. Lay six tortillas on a work surface and place 6 spoonfuls of the filling on half of each tortilla. Top with a slice of cream cheese. Roll the enchiladas and place seam side down in the baking dish. Repeat witht the remaining 6 tortillas and remaining half of the filling. Pour the sauce all over the enchiladas and sprinkle on the grated cheese. Cover the dishes with foil (the enchiladas can be prepared to this point and refrigerated up to 4 hours in advance; bring to room temperature before baking).
6. Bake, covered, for 25 minutes, or just until hot throughout. Let sit 5 minutes before serving.
Tip: Because the tortillas will absorb a lot of the sauce and become very soft, it's best not to assemble the enchiladas more than 4 hours in advance. If you want to do more advance preparation, prepare all the components separately (up to 2 days in advance) and put the enchiladas together a few hours before cooking.
Wow! Great flavor, though the flavor is probably dependent on the salsa used. I used jarred salsa with chipotles in it. Fresh salsa would no doubt be great too. Perfect served with Tropical Fruit Salad, and tortilla chips.
miltonstokes 1 year agoUnsure about the OJ? Add more spice as you see fit.
Herbaldr 1 year agoVery good and simple to make. My family loved it!!!!
Kimkastner 2 years agoAmazing, would be good with chicken or beef too
kitchenpadawan 2 years agoI added in some extra peppers as I like it hot and substituted Monterrey jack cheese for the cream cheese. Very tasty.
jendtc 3 years agoMy husband and seven children are definitely meat eaters. So when I served this there were some funny looks. Haha this was instantly a hit with everyone and I get asked to make it often. Super easy too.
tomj5 3 years agofantastic
tomj5 3 years agoperfect! would have been better if we added the cream cheese..but awesome.
terik1972 3 years agoAdded ground turkey and spread cream cheese. Served with sweet corn salsa and sour cream. Very good.
lilboybrew 3 years agoI took this a dinner party and it was the hit dish of the party!
Vjaq777 3 years agoI dont mix friut with spicy food