This is an amazing recipe! I actually bought some pulled pork from a local BBQ place, plain no sauce and used the pork instead of beef. These restaurant-style spicy enchiladas will surely please a crowd. Mine always fall a part. Thanks, I must have been out of it this morning and assumed flour tortillas! Even my children liked it! To make ahead, roll up enchiladas and place in casserole dish (can smear with sauce underneath). This is also great with leftover chicken, shredded beef or turkey. Will definitely make them again. Allrecipes is part of the Meredith Food Group. So please call it anything but ‘authentic’. I was wondering if you could substitute ground turkey for the beef and if so how much should be used? Otherwise followed the recipe exactly. This is a layered casserole that is always a favorite with my husband and kids. I have a go-to chicken enchilada recipe I make often, but not a beef one. Pour Sauce over the Enchiladas, top with cheese, bake for 10 minutes covered (Note 5) then 10 minutes uncovered. This is a great (time-consuming, but worth it) recipe. Ok so the first day I made this I ate them not too long after they were out of the oven. In my experience you always dip the tortillas the sauce before filling…agre about the cheese! Remove the foil and continue to bake until the cheese browns slightly, 5 to 10 minutes. Serve with Mexican rice and beans for a complete Mexican meal. I’ve made my own sauce from dried chilies but if I don’t have time I’ve used chili powder. Ground beef enchiladas in flour tortillas topped with spicy red sauce, cheese and fresh cilantro. A long, long, long time ago, I was on a fajita/enchilada kick, where I would basically make the filling for chicken fajitas (chicken, onions, peppers, sometimes mushrooms), then roll it up in tortillas and bake it in a very bland, sorry-tasting enchilada sauce. Enjoy. Six years ago: Cinnamon Babka I used boneless chicken thighs instead of the steak. I will definitely be making this recipe again! Wow, these look unbelievable! I removed the meat from the pot with a slotted spoon and it was perfectly cooked and shredded easily. I followed the directions as is up to the point of simmering the meat and set the Meat/Stew pressure mode for 55 minutes. I’m always looking for recipes that I can put away for my elderly dad. These look delicious! Look, the U.S. has given the world some pretty heinous stuff:. They turned out very good. I love Mexican food. Go away!!!!! Any ideas? This is Mexican? You need to fry the tortillas for a few seconds on each side in a little oil. Wonderfully cheesy, saucy, and mildly spicy beef enchiladas. Remove the meat to a plate. Might even try a green version of the sauce using a tomatillo/green chili sauce instead of tomato sauce. Way, WAY better than the mainstream chain restaurants! (I’m not good with knowing about cuts of meat!) Hey, Donna? Homemade Beef Enchiladas. I used the Tortilla Land uncooked corn tortillas that are available in the Dairy/Refrigerated section of my grocery store.