Chicken verde enchiladas!

Chicken verde enchiladas!

30 tomatillos
5 jalapeños
5 Serranos
3/4 onion
1 bunch of cilantro
2 cloves of garlic
Knorr Chicken bouillon
6 pieces of chicken breast
Mozzarella cheese to sprinkle on top
A bag of corn tortillas

This is how I make my chicken verde enchiladas! Feel free to add anything extra that I don’t use. I first put 6 pieces of chicken breast in a pot with a clove of garlic, half of an onion, a tablespoon of chicken bouillon, and half of a bunch of cilantro for 50 minutes to boil. Next I put 30 tomatillos with 3 jalapeños (mine are red because I grew them in my garden and let them turn red), 3 serranos, a clove of garlic, a quarter of an onion and a teaspoon of chicken bouillon for 8-10 minutes (when the tomatillos start turning a different green color). After those are done boiling I put them in a blender with half a bunch of cilantro and 2 fresh not boiled jalapeños and 2 fresh not boiled serranos (I use some not boiled ones so it makes it a little hotter if you don’t like spice boil all the peppers). I also add a little water from the water they boiled in and a little from the chicken so it adds flavor. After the chicken is done I use a mixer to shred the chicken so it’s faster but you could you two forks. After the chicken is shredded I add about two cups of the sauce into the chicken and mix it. To cook the tortillas I put a pan with oil in it and put it on 4 heat. I usually wait until the oil and pan are fully hot and I cook the corn tortilla for about 7 seconds on each side. After the tortillas are cooked I dip both sides in the verde before I roll it with chicken so the tortilla does not fall apart or break at all then roll some chicken in the tortilla then I place it in a pan. After that is done you can put as much verde as you want on top of the enchiladas then sprinkle as much cheese as you desire! I also usually have a little extra verde so I can use it as I eat the enchiladas. Turn the oven on the 425 and cook them for about 10-15 minutes depends on your oven but when the cheese is fully melted. Enjoy!

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