Susie Hunter

A new video on YouTube for my creamy chicken enchiladas

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Recently my website has undergone a revamp. I began to things that it was time to look at refreshing recipes and adding some new. Sadly, I am so busy working that I don’t often achieve the things that I want to. 

My granddaughter, Imy is at university and wanting cooking tips. My husband John said to do videos when you are cooking your recipes as Imy will enjoy seeing how you cook your recipes. I thought yes that this was a good idea. 

Chicken Enchiladas has been a family favourite for over 20 years, there is nothing that I would change about this simple, flexible, delicious dish. It is a dish of stages; you can cook your chicken and make the sauce then come back to it later to make into enchiladas. You can add more chili or less and we have found that even the children love these. 

You can even freeze any leftovers. When you take them out of the freezer, just let them thaw, then put them into an ovenproof dish, cover with foil and heat thorough for about 15 – 20 minutes in an oven at 190°. They are great with rice, but you can have them with chips. No rules on this, just really good flavours and textures. 

I love them with a tossed salad, so everyone is happy.  The video that I made for Imy is below and on my website, you can find the recipe for creamy chicken enchiladas and I hope that you enjoy them as much as we do.

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