The acorn squash is an absolutely glorious addition to this enchilada recipe. It’s slightly sweet and creamy texture – the perfect partner to the warm Mexican spices, chicken and cheeses!
I’ve been promising this recipe for a while but these first few weeks of the school year have me running in circles! But even in all my busyness I’ve managed to make this recipe twice AND I’ve made FIVE meals from the leftovers!!!
Oh boy! After a week of meals come Friday night, I am ready to call the pizza delivery man! But I forced myself to pull out one more meal. ((Who am I kidding, there is a meal coming for Saturday too!)) I sure am glad I persevered! This one was a total winner. The entire herd larped it up — there was even an elbow jab or two for the last crispy bits.
This tasty recipe has several steps, all are easy but the art of multi-tasking is put to good use, for sure! I have 3 tips that will help you make this recipe seamlessly & without breaking a sweat:
Cream Cheese Verde Chicken Enchiladas — This recipe needs to go on your menu this week. It is fairly simple – the only tricky part is warming the tortillas in the skillet while thickening the sauce in a pan.
The trickiness is simplified by lining everything up in a row and forming an assembly line. All of that disappears when that first bite passes your lips… the taste far outweighs the tiny bit of trouble ((just you wait and see!!)). Continue reading Cream Cheese Verde Chicken Enchiladas