Cook Time: 30 Minutes
Enchiladas are Mexican delicacies cooked with lots of cheese and meat filling in a tortilla wrap baked till they almost melt in your mouth. Let's see how to make quick and easy enchiladas.
Chef Tip: You can use minced meat or any vegetable as tortilla filling. Either way, your enchiladas will be amazing.
Enchiladas are filling and taste yummy. Every time you are short of time to cook, try this simple recipe and thank us later. Let us know if this cheesy delight cheered you up in the comments below.
• Enchilada is the past participle of the Spanish word “enchilar”, which translates to “add chilli pepper” or “to the season with chilli”\n This dish screams Mexico!!
• Enchiladas originated in Mexico, where the practice of rolling tortillas around other food dates back at least to Mayan times
The people living in the lake region of the valley of Mexico traditionally ate corn tortillas folded or rolled around small fish
• At the time of the Spanish conquistadors, Bernal Diaz del Castillo documented a feast enjoyed by Europeans hosted by Hernan Cortes in Coyoacan, which included foods served in corn tortillas.
• A single serving of enchilada contains 268 calories of which 89 are from fat It is constituted of 9, 9g fat, 31mg of cholesterol, 622mg sodium, 132mg potassium, 30g carbohydrates, and 14g protein.
• One of the most nutritious parts of enchiladas is their calcium content, 1/5 of all the calcium you need in a day is in one serving
Calcium is known for its role in building and maintaining healthy bones by lengthening, strengthening, and slowing age-related losses.