How to Make Slow Cooker Enchiladas | Beef Enchiladas Recipe |

Allrecipes member AIMS312 says of her Slow
Cooker Enchiladas: “Anytime we have a potluck, I am asked to bring these.” Member Toblerone
thinks these enchiladas are “delicious and simple”. “Begin by crumbling 1 pound of lean ground
beef into a skillet over medium-high heat. Cook and stir until the beef is evenly browned,
about 10 minutes.” “Stir in 1 1-ounce package of taco seasoning
mix and 1 1/4 cups water. Reduce the heat to low and simmer until the sauce thickens,
about 15 minutes.” “Meanwhile, mix 1 12-ounce jar chunky salsa,
1 10.75-ounce can condensed cream of mushroom soup, 1 10.75-ounce can condensed cream of
chicken soup and 3 1/4 cups shredded Mexican cheese blend in a bowl.” “The recipe calls for 10 6-inch corn tortillas,
however, some members prefer doubling this amount to make extra thick layers. Place a
layer of quartered tortillas in the bottom of a slow cooker. ” “Repeat the layers until you use all of the
ingredients, ending with a layer of tortillas on top. To finish, sprinkle with 3/4 cup shredded
Mexican cheese blend.” “A lot of the reviewers like the idea of sprinkling
olives on top. Let’s give it a try using 1/4 cup drained, sliced black olives.” Cover and cook on High until the enchiladas
are heated through and the cheese is melted, 45 minutes to 1 hour.
Serve these Slow Cooker Enchiladas with shredded lettuce, sour cream and guacamole. Allrecipes
member meljeffnkids says “this is a great recipe! I will definitely be using this again
and again!”

36 comments on “How to Make Slow Cooker Enchiladas | Beef Enchiladas Recipe |”

  1. Alex Dimov says:


  2. Migdalia Vargas says:

    Second !!!!!!!!!!

  3. DCARA06 says:

    I come here just for the comments, they're so interesting!

  4. purplerain902701 says:

    i would fry the tortilla so it wont get muchy….:)

  5. Sunshine A. says:

    This would be better with shredded chicken 🙂

  6. lori8973 says:

    Do the tortillas cook all the way? The looked a little stiff.

  7. lori8973 says:

    Delicious idea nonetheless.

  8. Jennifer Gutierrez says:

    As a mexican I just can't help but get a bit frustrated when I see people make mexican food…and It's not the traditional way

  9. No Name says:

    so its a Mexican lasagna

  10. Swtd Kills em says:

    I don't like this narrator lady.

  11. vuenavir sanchez says:

    canned canned all canned this is not authentic!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  12. James Boner says:

    At what point did cream of mushroom soup and cream of chicken soup become ingredients in enchiladas?? I'm as white as they come and I can make them better than this.

  13. Michael Choi says:

    Link me a recipe.

  14. eyelashalot says:

    I am mexican as well as some of you, but i just want to say this i notice this in a lot of cooking videos.. the title of this video does not state authentic, so with that said some people who are not mexican or whatever nationality may not cook certain dishes authentic. but that doesnt mean it isn't good i dont knock something until i try it. and some recipes are quicker to make than an authentic version, happy eating 🙂

  15. Jiatae Daley says:

    If I make this ill use shredded chicken with red enchilada sauce or green chile sauce instead of the canned soups. I can't wait to try it!!

  16. Kris 723 says:

    It doesn't look very good

  17. dulce rodriguez says:


  18. boliviamericano says:

    Thought I would give this a try but no thanks.  I'll stick to the way we do them.  Buy a rotisserie chx from the store and shred it. Get a can of enchilada sauce and mix in a packet of taco seasoning.  Dip the corn tortilla in the sauce and fry it for a 5-10 seconds and roll up the tortilla with chicken , cheese and whatever else you want into a casserole. Fill the casserole up and put more sauce over all of them with more cheese on top. Throw in the oven for about 15 minutes till cheese is melted. Done.

  19. shondale71 says:

    Looks good!

  20. Claudia Elena Guzman says:

    Yuck! This isn't even almost an enchilada.

  21. Aviate says:

    Yep, you lost me at ground beef.

  22. TheTarbita says:

    sorry but it looks very gross, very authentic American style with tons of cheese and canned everything.



  24. Yaya Calvillo says:

    looks gross!!!

  25. Jenice Rosas says:

    I cooked this it was so good my husband loved it! He said it was the best enchilada he tasted and his Mexican. Thank u for the recipe

  26. JaLyn Miller says:

    White people 😂😂😂😂 these aren't enchiladas

  27. Paul Garcia says:

    I'm going to try this today. I'm calling it crockpot Enchiladas casserole.

  28. Dustin Boatman says:

    No one cares what race you are, or if this is authentic. Get over yourselves, your opinion isn't any more "valid" because of your race.

  29. Erin Bradey says:

    people are so full of themselves lol anyways I've tried this recipe and whatever u wanna call it it's super good. I like to add spice to mine though. give it a kick. I'm actually making it tonight. its really easy and yummy.

  30. CathodePowered says:

    this is some white people food

  31. zoomanda BOOM says:

    Too many cans…fresh real Mexican food is best.

  32. Jack Mehoff says:

    Ew wtf. Fucking white people

  33. Jordan Lawrence says:

    And I also suggest to use lean ground beef or ground turkey or ground chicken.

  34. Rey Breneaux says:

    Jfc that’s so much cheese

  35. james coronado says:

    YouTube is the best, wife asked me to make dinner and I knew just where to look.

  36. Anatolii Mordvinov says:

    Love this crockpot!>>> I have several but this is my go to! I love the locking lid and programmimg screen

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