soft filled corn tortilla, topped w/onions, sauce & cheese
(enh-chee-LAH-thah) Corn tortilla dipped in sauce, filled with meat and then baked
A Mexican dish made from a corn tortilla wrapped around a meat or cheese filling. Enchiladas are topped with a salsa, sprinkled with grated cheese and served hot.
A corn tortilla dipped in red chile sauce, rolled around just about anything, then topped with sauce and cheese.
a Mexican dish consisting of soft corn tortillas wrapped around a meat or cheese filling, topped with a sauce.
corn or flour tortilla (or crepes in my family), dipped in red or green chili, and filled with beef, chicken, cheese and onion, etc., topped with cheese and chili and baked.
en-chuh-LAH-dah, en-chee-LAH-thah] A traditional Mexican dish of tortillas dipped in chili sauce then filled with meat or cheese, commonly served with rice and beans. In the U.S., the filled tortillas are typically topped with the sauce and are often served with guacamole and sour cream.
tortilla with meat filling baked in chili-seasoned tomato sauce
a beautiful thing and not well served by tasteless lump crab meat and more of that lobster cream sauce
Spanish] the word comes from the way the dish is made, by drenching or dipping tortillas en chile; rolled or stacked corn tortillas filled with meat or cheese, covered with chile sauce, then baked.
Rolled or flat corn tortillas topped or stuffed with meat, cheese, onions, and red or green chile sauce.
A filled corn tortilla served with a sauce.
(en-chee-LA-da) : A corn tortilla stuffed with meat or cheese and often covered in a salsa and/or melted or crumbled cheese.
Lightly fried corn tortilla dipped in red sauce and stuffed with cheese or shredded chicken or beef.
A tortilla, stuffed with meats or cheese, rolled and served with a highly seasoned sauce.
savory pastries—Usually stuffed with meat, potatoes, cheese, and/or beans.
An enchilada is a traditional Mexican dish. Enchilada comes from the verb enchilar (= "to add chile pepper to"). Enchilada literally means "seasoned with chiles".