Cooking in a New Place

This past weekend I moved all of my belongings into a new apartment. Finally settled and done with unpacking boxes upon boxes. I finally have had the chance to set up shop in my new kitchen! I honestly can not express how liberating it feels to finally be in my new kitchen, cooking and listening to music!

I decided to break in the kitchen by making some enchiladas. One of my favorite dishes to cook! It feeds around 4-6 people with the obvious leftovers as well. I also decided this would be the perfect time for having the first dinner party in the new place! Having people visit and be under one roof, celebrating the new move, brings a lot of joy to me. Enchiladas and friends, what more can a girl ask for?

Here is the recipe for some enchiladas that will knock your sox off!

-chicken

-tortillas

-mexican cheese blend

-tomatoes

-roasted veggies

-avacado

-chilies

  1. Assemble your enchiladas.  Lay a single tortilla on a flat surface.  Spread a generous spoonful of enchilada sauce over the surface of the tortilla.  Then layer your fillings in a line down the middle of the tortilla, roll it up, and…
  2. Arrange the enchiladas in a baking dish. You can either place them seam-side-up or seam-side-down, your pick.  Then once all of the enchiladas are in the pan, pour any of the extra enchilada sauce on top and spread it around evenly.  Sprinkle with some extra cheese.
  3. Bake the enchiladas. Then pop the pan in the oven and bake until the enchiladas are cooked through, and the tortillas are slightly crispy and the cheese completely melted.  Transfer the pan to a cooling rack.

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