enchilada


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Related to enchilada: quesadilla, the whole enchilada
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tortilla with meat filling baked in tomato sauce seasoned with chili

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is helping its guests get smart with Border Smart items, some of OTB's best-selling items, including fajitas, enchiladas and tacos -- all with 590 or less calories.
Better, try Amy's Light in Sodium Black Bean-Vegetable Enchilada.
The feat was achieved during The National Enchilada Fair at the neighbourhood of Iztapalapa in Mexico City and the record was officially announced by Guinness record official Ralph Hannah.
Residents of the humble neighborhood of Iztapalapa created the meal during their local eigth annual Enchilada Fair.
Pour over the remaining enchilada sauce and scatter with cheese.
Neither of us managed to finish - the enchilada came with a carb-overload of garlic and coriander rice, in a tortilla and with chilli and tomato sauce and melted cheese.
Add the flour, stir well, then gradually add Discovery Enchilada Sauce, wine, stock and cream.
IN THE PROLOGUE TO KATHLEEN Hart's Eating in the Dark, Grace Booth is attacked by an enchilada.
The recipes have been refined to produce a better Enchilada taste with sauces that are richer, thicker and darker, utilizing premium ingredients and authentic Mexican spices.
The line includes 12-ounce beef enchilada, chicken enchilada and enchilada combination dinners, all 98% fat-free.
13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --On The Border is putting a No Limits sign on its favorite menu item for a limited time so America can get its enchilada fix without breaking its wallet.
The Low Fat Garden Vegetable Lasagna and Three Layer Enchilada Pie list only about 200 calories, 2 or 3 grams of sat fat, and less than 600 mg of sodium on their Nutrition Facts panels.
So you might say her Chicken Enchilada Quiche is an anomaly, a dish that came under pressure from a higher power.