A few Mexican cantojitos very easy to prepare, this recipe of Swiss enchiladas will make you suck your fingers!
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Swiss enchiladas are very easy to prepare and more if you already have the green sauce which is what distinguishes them.
You can do it to celebrate the child's day, I assure you they will love it.
The first time I tried them was in the restaurant of Sanborns, apparently it is a dish invented by them and they called them so because the cheese reminded them of the snow of the Swiss Alps.
This time I will use Herdez green sauce, it is a good choice for when you go to the races or for when you do not find tomatillo in the store.
Also if you plan to take them to a meeting, you can prepare and accommodate them in a refractory or baking dish and bring the sauce and other ingredients apart. So when you're serving, you can heat them in the oven and bathe them with the sauce preheated in the microwave.
I hope you enjoy the recipe!
It gives 12 servings
12 corn tortillas
1 Herdez Green Sauce
1/4 Mexican Ltocrema (No sour cream)
2 chicken breasts, cooked and shredded
1/2 crumbled fresh cheese
1/4 onion, finely chopped
Heat the pan and fry the onion, until clear.
Add the Herdez green sauce and let it boil.
We put out and remove from the fire.
Heat tortillas in the comal or microwave.
We form the taquitos by rolling the tortillas with the chicken inside.
We settled on the plate in portions of four we bathe with the green sauce, cream and sprinkle cheese on top.
We serve with refried beans, lettuce and tomato.
Have a good time!