At my house this is a staple, quick and easy, your family will love them.
I have been trying to be better about carbs lately, so I will let you know what tortillas I have been using. Feel free to substitute your favorite corn or flour tortilla. I am not Paleo, but if you are there are plenty of choices you can make for substitutions in this recipe.
1 1/2 lbs. of rotisserie chicken breast, shredded (I get mine at Costco)
2 28 oz cans of green enchilada sauce, I like Las Palmas medium, but Herdez Salsa Verde is a good paleo substitution. You may need to thicken the Herdez just a little, so it does not water down the tortillas.
1 8 oz container of sour cream, dairy free for Paleo people
1 6oz bag of shredded Mexican cheese, or I like Queso Fresco crumbled
1 10 ½ oz can of cream of chicken soup, you will not be able to use this if you are Paleo.
1 bag of fresh corn, flour, or paleo tortillas. I have been using Siete grain free tortillas. King Soopers has them in the frozen isle near all the gluten free breads.
Chopped cilantro, sliced avocado, diced red onion for toppings.
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Warm a pan on low to medium heat. You may want to spray the pan or use avocado oil, just a few drops to keep the tortillas from sticking. Warm both sides for approximately 10-15 seconds. Just enough to make them pliable. Heat all of them and set aside.
Taking one tortilla, spread a TBSP or two on the tortilla, followed by a TBSP of cream of chicken soup. Sprinkle the cheese of your choice, followed by your shredded rotisserie chicken. At this time roll the tortilla and place in a greased 9X12” baking pan. Use a spray or avocado oil to coat the pan so the tortillas do not stick.
Repeat this process until all tortillas are in the pan. Pour over the green enchilada sauce, enough to coat and a little extra as the sauce will be soaked up from the tortilla. Sprinkle your remaining cheese on top of the enchiladas. Bake uncovered 20-25 minutes until the cheese is melted and the sauce is bubbling.
Top with your favorite toppings like sliced avocado, diced red onion or chopped cilantro.