We make a version of Chicken/Tukey Enchiladas...my aunt taught me.
You cook a turkey or chicken breasts. We usually make these after cooking a whole bird. You take the cooked meat, shred it, place it in a bowl or pan, add green chilies, cheese, and black olives sliiced. Mix it up, add a little green sauce. until moist. Take Tortillas and fill them, roll them up and place in a glass baking dish. Cover with more cheese, poor remaining green sauce over the top, make it kind of souply but not overly so. Garnish with olives, and more green chilies. Spray some foil with non-stick spray. Cover and bake at 400 until heated thru. Since everything is pre-cooked heat it till piping hot. Let stand for about 10 minutes before serving. Serve with salad...very yummy..Very economical, costs about $12 to $15 dollars for a HUGE pan, that serves a family of three for about 3 days or a large group of about 8 to 10 people for one meal. We use the large tortilla's so for smaller appetites, you can cut one in half after cooking..
You will need..
Chicken or Turkey. You can use dark meat if you like the taste and to cut costs.
Green Chilies, Jalapeno's if you like too
Sour cream if you like
Baking dish, aluminum foil, and pam...