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Homemade Enchilada sauce
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You can use canned Enchilada Sauce if you prefer. For 6-8
Enchiladas for this recipe, you'll need about 2 cans.
If you buy raw Shrimp, you can cook it in several ways:
You can use just about any type of Seafood/Fish that has
been cooked for this recipe. Just make sure it's cut up/diced
into small pieces. Try (imitation) or real Crab, sautéed Bay or
Sea Scallops, Red Snapper, Orange Roughy...etc.
If you have leftover Chicken, thick sliced deli Chicken, or even
Chicken in a can, you can use this as well and make CHICKEN
ENCHILADAS. Again, just make sure you dice/cut it up into small
pieces, preferably "pulled"/shredded.
You have to be quick and fast and flip them. A dab of Oil helps.
This should only take a few SECONDS. If you fry them too long,
they will fall apart.