Grilled Chicken Enchiladas ( Enchiladas de Pollo Asada )

A great chicken enchilada with a slight twist using grilled chicken instead of the traditional shredded chicken. Full of authentic Mexican flavors. A fabulous dish for Mexican night in your home.

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Hi everyone! David here. Just to let you know, I'm moving this blog to a new location. One Stop Cook will now be located at Davids Free For all of you that like this blog I invite you to take a look at my new site. It still has everything you see here and I'll be adding all of my new recipes over there. Go check it out, I think you'll like it. Davids Free For those of you that have subscribed here, you'll have to use the easy subscription form to keep up to date via email, just like here. I've also set up an RSS feed for those who prefer it over emails. I hope you'll have just as much enjoyment with the new site as you do here. I look forward to seeing you over there. Happy Cooking!! Davids Free
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4 Responses to Grilled Chicken Enchiladas ( Enchiladas de Pollo Asada )

  1. justin says:

    Made these….and they were AWESOME. I would recommend 2 cans of the enchilada sauce if making 12 or more of these, and light feta cheese crumbles works great in place of the queso fresco- this is kinda hard to find sometimes. Other than that, get to cookin!

    • onestopcook says:

      Thank you for your comment Justin, I really appreciate your input. That’s a great idea you have about the 2 cans of enchilada sauce. They make a bigger size ( I think it’s 30oz. ) which you can use for more enchiladas. Another trick I learned is to add a little crema fresca which is basically a Mexican sour cream to the sauce and stir it in. It gives your sauce a slightly pink color and adds great flavor. Green sauce also works well with this recipe and the feta cheese is an awesome touch!
      Oh, I will “get to cookin!”

  2. Daniel says:

    I wish I was good enough to make these. They look awesome. Thanks from us again at

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