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Spinach Enchiladas Recipe from the Cajun Recipes at Cajun Cooking TV.
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Beryl Stokes: Hi Welcome, to Cajun Cooking TV. Tonight I am making, spinach and mushroom Enchiladas. So we have already got to start, and I am just making a simple rule with 2 tablespoons of butter and just cut, 2 tablespoons of butter stock here. And add 2 tablespoons of flour. So I am just getting this mixed good and let it cook just a minute or so, we don’t really wanted to get brown. And then I am going to adding 1 cup of chicken stock, we are going to make a sour cream sauce to go over the top of the into the lettuce.
So, In the mean time, I have also got this larger pot here, the six quarter pot, with about the table spoon or 2 of olive oil, so that’s getting heated up, and this way, we are going to add taste some onions, and then we are going to cook our mushrooms and spinach in that. So my room is little dark here. And I’m go ahead and pouring this chicken stock and mix it really well. So I am keep stirring this, so you wont get a all the lumps. Might be a good attitude to use the whisk if you have one, but were eventually get all these lumps out. And that is all smooth, with the chicken stock and the flour and butter. I have a 8 owns container of sour cream. We are going to put this in, and this going to be our sour cream sauce, get that all mixed and once again you have a whisk here, make a smooth white sauce. That is melted right up, blend it together, at this point if you want to add a little salt or some white pepper that will be a good idea. I am just going to need a like this, because our chicken stock get a power to salted enough for me.
So I am turning this to low, and we are going to cook other items, right over here in this pot. Extra virgin olive oil, have about a half a cup here chopped onions and sautéed and get them soft, onions are ready. I got a little container here sliced mushrooms salted and get him soaked. Want to have this family salt bag and pre wash baby’s spinach and for this particular product, I do recommend and getting a fresh because if it’s frozen, and we squeeze got too much liquid in because if it’s frozen, and we squeeze got too much liquid in, and we now go to the process enchiladas. Get the liquid out, so for this for into lettuce was spinach and mushrooms that I recommend them fresh. And then I put the whole bag of that fresh spinach in here, we are going to cover, its going to reduce cook down and I have must stove actually no 5, so that’s plenty high and so we will be back in couple of minutes.
Okay, our spinach is all cook down, and mushrooms are good. I’m going to scoop out a spoon -- the mixture put into the flour tortilla like this and I have some shredded apple to peanut butter cheese Good, turn up right there, and we just going to fold them and roll them like this, and you see camera man and roll up and put the same side down, into this prepared pan here. I went ahead and put some aluminum folds for easy clean up, and then I spray the bottom to prevent to stick. So I am roll of six of these, and then I am top up with that sour cream sauce. Okay. I had enough to actually make sauce, I got and now we have got a sour cream sauce, so you can pour all over-all over here. We also got another good idea would be for some little extra in these would be either some sliced chicken, of course if it is not wait for you or some delicious like crab meat that also will be pretty awesome here.
With this great sauce, so we got these because sprinkle little bit more cheese on top then we are just going to heat for an about 8 minutes, just to heat up the tortillas and melt the cheese. And really that’s it. Pretty easy, Okay, we are, going to melt this up, we will be back. It’s all good, good melted. I got a big flipper here. Its good to over melt. I had a plate the other night, and had 3 of them and I eat them all. Here we go. All the cheese are melted in everything, and you can top up with this anything you want, I had a little Avocado here have avocado, so I am just going to decorated with this, because I love avocado. And here we are going buying in this dish, and have as a good supper. We thank you for joining us on Cajun cooking Tv tonight beside to check out our website its Cajuncookingtv.com bye, bye from Ms. stokes house.