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Mexican Enchiladas – three recipes!
October 30, 2019 @ 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm$65.00
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Learn three Mexican Enchiladas recipes and share with your friends and family!
In this three hour class you will make:
- Enchiladas Suizas (green & cream enchiladas)
- Enchiladas Rojas (red enchiladas)
- Enfrijoladas (bean enchiladas)
JOIN THIS 3 HR. SUPER FUN COOKING SESSION!
In Mexico there’s many types of enchiladas depending on the region (Puebla, Michoacán, Oaxaca, Mexico City, etc.). This is one of the most traditional Mexican dishes, that include a wonderful combination of ingredients. They can be filled with chicken, pork, beef, beans or cheese. On the top you can use salsas made from different vegetables and chiles (red tomato, tomatillos, serrano, poblano, pasilla or guajillo peppers). To garnish we use many types of cheese, such as queso fresco, manchego or cotija, cream, vegetables (carrots and potatoes), lettuce, etc.
There is evidence to suggest that enchiladas come from the Mayans. The dish was first associated with the region of Mexico by the Yucatan in pre-Columbian days. Corn tortillas were a staple of the Mayan people and there is evidence that the first enchiladas were tortillas that had fish rolled in it. The enchilada is similar to papadzules a traditional Mayan dish, which also comes from the Yucatan region.