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I made this on Saturday for dinner at the Dave's parents house. We had a wonderful Mexican feast and this was my contribution.
(This makes two pans)
1 whole chicken
Cajun Seasoning (injectable)
3 bottles of 505 Green chile
2 bags of cheese
1.) Clean out the chicken, wash it and dry it off.
2.) Inject the chicken with cajun seasoning (For flavoring)
3.) Put in the crock pot and cook on low all day
4.) Pull out the chicken, let it sit for about 30 minutes and pull meat part and set aside
5.) Heat chicken and 2 bottles of 505 together.
6.) Spoon 505 mixture into tortillas
7.) Add cheese
8.) Roll tortilla and repeat with next
9.) Each pan should hold about 8 Enchiladas
Add Cheese to the top, left over 505 mixture and olives (if desired)
Additional ingredients (Onions, Jalapenos and or peppers)
Heat until the cheese is melted.
I let these sit all day and put them in a warm oven for two hours while we all drank and talked. They were PERFECT when they came out!
Don't forget to save the chicken broth you had left over from the crockpot. Save this in the freezer and you can use it to make homemade chicken noodle soup this winter. Wanna know how? Stay tuned.. I'll show ya!