Recipe – Paleo Fiesta Enchiladas – Gluten and Dairy Free
It’s been a long time since I posted a recipe. That’s mostly because I eat simply. Meat, greens, nuts, and berries — that’s my diet. I indulge sometimes, but I always get back to meat-greens. It’s where my body works best for energy, mood, strength, and weight.
But I have a family, and they like — as they point out often — FLAVOR. Seriously, though, what has more flavor than a ribeye? I don’t understand. I once had my husband complain “Steak…AGAIN?” Whaaa? I’m fortunate to be at a place in my life where I can have steak daily, so I do. It beats my all-white-food days.
In any case, I signed up with Real Plans, a menu app that has given me terrific ideas.
I love to cook and bake, despite that I really don’t need to for myself. This service has me making new dishes I would never have thought of. It’s the best service I’ve tried and includes extreme customization of every feature — a choice of diets (I rotate among paleo, primal, keto, and AIP), meal times/days, meal servings, and grocery lists.
Fiesta Enchiladas (Paleo)
Here’s one that has become a staple. LOTS of flavor and ways to make it more convenient.
Serves: 4 (4 small enchiladas each)
Macros/serving: Fats 8.25g Carbohydrates 45g Proteins 25g
PREP TIME: 30 mins
COOK TIME: 30 min
TOTAL TIME: 80 mins
For the enchilada sauce:
For the Enchiladas
- Shred a chicken roaster from your local grocer instead of cooking your own chicken
- If you don’t like the flavor of coconut, use refined coconut oil or avocado oil
- Make extra servings and store in the refrigerator — cooks up in 30 mins