Authentic Mexican Style Shredded Beef Enchiladas in Green Sauce


Juicy shredded beef with the flavors of Mexico all wrapped into a corn tortilla and smothered in green sauce and cheese. I’m topping mine with shredded lettuce, diced tomato, more cheese and green sauce.  Add some rice and beans and you’ll think you’re in a Mexican restaurant, enjoy!

Beef Enchilada plate 2

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22 Responses to Authentic Mexican Style Shredded Beef Enchiladas in Green Sauce

  1. Cynthia says:

    I just wanted to thank you for this recipe. I like to recreate the dishes I like in restaurants and this one is perfect. The restaurant closed that I use to get my enchiladas from. Now I can make them at home. The family love this so much that we are having shredded beef enchiladas for Christmas dinner since we decided again a traditional dinner.

    • David says:

      Hi Cynthia,

      Thank you for your comment and you are certainly welcome 🙂
      Isn’t it nice to be able to make a quality Mexican dinner in the comfort of your own home? I know it makes life easier for me, and it doesn’t cost as much (LOL)
      Enjoy your Christmas dinner and Happy Cooking!
      David

  2. Mandi says:

    I have been meaning to thank you for this recipe for quite some time now. My husband is pretty picky about Mexican food and we stumbled across this site while trying to find an authentic shredded BEEF enchilada recipe. The green sauce is what really got our attention…We tried it, adjusted the salt ( I assumed it was a typo cause it seemed like too much ) and LOVED IT!!!! Even our kids like it and they are super picky!!! I have since passed this along to several people and have no interest in searching for another recipe. My husband asks for this dinner at least once a month and hurries home from work when it’s enchilada night lol. THANK YOU for sharing this recipe, it’s on the menu this weekend 🙂

    • David says:

      Hi Mandy,

      I’m glad you found me and welcome to the site!

      This is a recipe I learned how to make a long time ago. I’ve seen countless recipes for beef enchiladas with red sauce but never with green sauce. I’ve always like both sauces but I wanted to try them with a green sauce so this recipe was born.
      I’m happy to see even the “picky” eaters liked them, I know how hard it can be to please them. I’m also happy to hear it’s on the menu for this weekend 🙂 Oh, and thanks for passing it along to your friends, I hope they find it to be as good as you do.
      Anyway, thanks for stopping by and I hope to see you back to try more stuff down the road.
      Take care and Happy Cooking!
      David

  3. tammy bigelow says:

    We loved everything but the meat was very salty, is that normal? I know there are alot of spices in it so I wonder if i should cut down on them alittle.

    • David says:

      Hi Tammy,

      Sorry about the meat, I didn’t realize I used one of my older shredded beef recipes when I was writing this. I have since gone back and changed the amount of salt, everything else should be fine.
      If you have any of the meat left you can put it back in the pan, add enough water to cover and bring it to a boil. After it boils for 1-2 minutes strain off the liquid. This should remove the extra salt and tone down the seasoning.
      I would like to thank you for bringing this to my attention 🙂 If you hadn’t said anything I probably would have never known. I really appreciate you taking the time to let me know, you’ve helped me to fix a problem that gone unchecked would have disappointed a lot of other people. So you’ve not only helped me but a lot of other people making this recipe as well so again, thank you soooo much!
      Take care and I hope to see you back here soon.
      David

      • tammy bigelow says:

        Thank you for the advice. Everyone still loved the dish. We have really enjoyed everyone of ur dishes.i hope you keep adding new stuff to try!!

        • David says:

          Hi Tammy,

          Thank you again, I’m glad you’re liking everything 🙂 And yes, I will be adding more stuff. I have a few recipes in the works right now so you should be seeing more stuff shortly. Take care and Happy Cooking!
          David

  4. Peggy says:

    I had been searching 4ever trying to find a recipe like this! It is exactly what I wanted and the pix were a great help. I was so proud that I could recreate this recipe. The taste and authenticity is AWESOME. Just had to relocate where I got it from and wanted to thank you. So I finally found you again. THANK YOU. Absolutely awesome!

  5. tammy bigelow says:

    Do you have a recipe for your rice and refried beans?

  6. Jaime M. says:

    I stumbled onto this website looking for recipes for enchiladas and after seeing the pictures and how great it looked I decided to give it a try. And I have to say they were AMAZING!! Everyone just loved them and I’ve even passed the recipe on to friends to try!! 🙂

    • David says:

      HI Jaime,

      I’m glad you found me and tried the recipe. It’s always nice to hear people say they like the food and thank you for telling your friends, I hope they will find this site helpful too! Don’t forget to come back for more!
      David

  7. jennifer says:

    AMAZING! I love salsa verde!!!

  8. leslie says:

    Did you use corn or flour for these or is it the readers preference? I know corn is suppose to be for enchiladas and tacos–but I do love a flour shell fried for a beef taco–and flour shells for burittos–I love corn shells for chichen tacos and enchiladas but occ. flour for beef. What is your preference?

    • onestopcook says:

      Hi Leslie,

      It really is up to the reader what type of tortilla to use and you’re right that enchiladas are normally done with corn tortillas but flour works as well. For the recipe I used corn but you can easily substitute flour.
      As for tacos, either type also works. For beef tacos I prefer corn if I want “crunchy” tacos and flour for “soft” unfried tacos, both are delicious!
      Another thing I like to use flour tortillas for besides burritos are for flautas (yummy) which are basically fried taquitos smothered in either red or green sauce (optional) and topped with cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, guacamole and sour cream. Chimicangas are also a great use of flour tortillas, they’re deep fried burritos topped the same way as with the flautas.
      You can find recipes for both in the Mexican section of the site.
      Thanks for asking and have a great day!
      -David

  9. Elaine says:

    Your enchiladas look wonderful and I am so glad to see you used real shredded beef. I have been pouring through the recipes and people are using hamburger meat or ground turkey. Not authentic at all. Reminds me of the gray colored mystery meat in cheap tacos or fakey frozen burritos.

    • onestopcook says:

      Hi Elaine,

      Good to hear from you. I know what you mean about hamburger in enchiladas. Out here in California the only places you can get enchiladas with hamburger meat is at Taco Bell or Del Taco. They are good but it’s not the same. Fortunately for most Californians there is a Mexican taco shop on almost every corner where you can get authentic Mexican style foods. Tacos, enchiladas, burritos, tortas, tamales and so on are all easy to get out here.
      I hope you’ll try the recipe, they are tasty.
      Thanks for stopping by,
      -David

  10. lailablogs says:

    Looks absolutely delicious … love it .. Laila .. http://lailablogs.com/

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