Vegetarian Enchilada Recipe

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Making vegetarian enchiladas at home is easy, so long as you have the right ingredients and the best recipe. Get a great vegetarian enchilada recipe with help from a professional chef in this free video clip.

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I'm Nancy Olah. Thank you for joining us today at eHow.com. Today we're going to learn how to make vegetarian enchiladas. My enchiladas are brimming with fresh Summertime sweet corn, vidalia onions, and a spicy Mexican chipotle sausage that's actually vegetarian. First, I sauteed my onions and garlic in a little bit of olive oil. While I was doing that, I microwaved my corn and when it came out, tossed it, cut the kernels off so that I had beautiful fresh sweet corn to add. At that point I added my red peppers to my saute and when everything was cooked down well I added my Mexican chipotle sausage that's vegetarian. You could also use vegetarian chirozo sausage to very good effect. Because all that takes a while to do, I went ahead and prepared my filling before I stuffed my enchiladas. Here is how you assemble Mexican enchiladas. Take a spoonful of refried beans, we like the Mexican black beans refried, spread it on a flour tortilla, whatever kind your family likes is fine. I've chosen a healthier option that's whole wheat. But if your family likes a different kind that's fine too. I'm going to take about a quarter cup of my mixture and add some monterey jack. If you like things spicy go ahead and use pepper jack. Now carefully roll it and put it seam-side down in your prepared baking pan. After I've filled all of my flour tortillas, I'm going to pour on about two cups of salsa and this is again where the flexibility of the recipe comes in because if your family likes a spicy dish, make it hot. If your family likes a milder dish, choose a mild salsa. Last, go ahead and sprinkle on that monterey jack, I've used a total of about a pound of cheese between the filling and my topping, use whatever kind of salsa your family enjoys and add monterey jack cheese or even cheddar or pepper jack to the top, bake it in the oven at 350 degrees for 15 minutes and you'll bring out a pan of vegetarian enchiladas that your family will devour. Thank you for watching today. I'm Nancy Olah and this is eHow.com.

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