Recipe: Appetizing Steak Enchiladas

Steak Enchiladas. Sour Cream Steak Enchiladas How to Make Steak Sour Cream Enchiladas With the Best Sauce! I have found the perfect sauce for steak sour cream enchiladas you guys, no word of a lie. It's different from what you're used to seeing – and I might spice up the normal white sauce that you are used to for sour cream enchiladas and give it a whirl.

Steak Enchiladas Real good enchiladas, that's what they call these! These beef enchiladas are a perfect use for leftovers from our prime rib, jerked beef, and our braised beef. Place enchiladas seam side down in the prepared baking dish. You can have Steak Enchiladas using 5 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of Steak Enchiladas

  1. It’s of Corn tortillas.
  2. You need 2-3 cups of cooked beef steak, I used top sirloin, chopped small.
  3. Prepare of Refried beans.
  4. You need of lEnchilada sauce.
  5. Prepare of Shredded cheese.

Pour in the red sauce, chicken broth, cilantro, salt and pepper. I love that there are so many variations of Beef Enchiladas in this big-wide-world. Simple ones, filled with a plain cooked beef filling then topped with enchilada sauce and (lots of) cheese. Fancy ones with the addition of chillies, beans, corn and even olives, sometimes even bacon.

Steak Enchiladas instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350. Spray thoroughly a 9×13 baking dish. In a skillet on high heat crisp and brown the steak. I added the drippings from the night before and reduced it..
  2. On a tortilla, put a spoon of beans, a spoon of steak, and a sprinkling of cheese. Roll it up and place seam side down. Continue rolling until your dish is full. Pour sauce over all of it..
  3. I baked it covered for about 30 minutes. Took it out and uncovered it and sprinkled more cheese on top. Returned it to the oven for a few minutes then took it out and let it sit for a bit. Served with sour cream and all the good fixins.

Simple homemade Beef Enchiladas are full of Mexican comfort food flavors. Enchiladas originate in Mexico where people have been wrapping corn tortillas around fillings since Mayan times. Mexican beef enchiladas – tortillas packed with beef mince and beans and smothered with cheese – are easy to make and a great crowd-pleaser. Baked corn tortillas filled with sauteed beef, onion and chile peppers, topped with tomato sauce, sour cream, green onions, and Cheddar cheese. Take a portion of the beef steak filling and put it in the middle of the tortilla, making sure to cover the middle, horizontally.