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Day 7 Crockpot challenge Green Chili Enchiladas

My husband has been working so hard lately on our roof I decided today was a great time to make one of his favorites. Now I rarely make this meal because well he is the only person who will eat it.lol It is quite  a hot dish and could be made more mild but that would mean more work :OP I usually just take this time to make MY favorite dish that he will not eat.lol I'll share that dish tomorrow, however if you enjoy a nice hot green chili dish this is the meal for you! Now yesterday I told you that I would show you what to do it you ever mess up a crockpot pasta dish. Now don't tell my husband but I simply mixed it in to the recipe below lol. It greatly increased the portions so he can enjoy it even longer with no telling ;o). If you are making this without a mess up dish you will need:


1 Pound Ground Meat
1 Cup Hot Green chili(chopped)
4 Cups of water
Corn tortillas(1 package)
1 Can cream of chicken soup
1 Can Cheddar cheese soup
1 cup Shredded cheese


To prepare this I brown my ground meat then add everything but the tortillas and cheese in. I let it simmer for about 30 minutes to make sure it is nice and spicy. Then starting with the mixture I layer it with tortillas and cheese until I run out of tortillas. I make sure to finish with a layer of the mixture so the top doesn't get crunchy. Turn the crockpot on low for a couple hours till the tortillas absorb most of the liquid :O) enjoy!

**As soon as my batteries charge I'll take a picture.lol**

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