Here is one of MY recipes and things I cook. See, 2nd Man doesn't ALWAYS cook (though he loves it so much, why would I deny him his pleasure? ha!). These are green chili chicken enchiladas and they really couldn't be easier...most of this is just play it by ear, personal preference amounts.
Shredded chicken (I use rotisserie to make it easier), cilantro, cream cheese and 1/2 cup of the green chili sauce (enough to make it mixable) and some diced onions (optional) and salt and pepper to taste. Mix all together in a bowl.
Take flour tortillas (leave out to come to room temperature so that they are soft and pliable). Put a few TBSP of the mixture down the center and top with shredded cheese. Continue until you have enough to fill up your baking pan.
Speaking of, in the bottom of your pan, spread about 1 cup of your green chili around, much as you would sauce in the bottom of a lasagna pan.
Begin placing your filled enchiladas, seam side down, in the pan.
Our pan holds two rows of enchiladas, or ten total. Your pan may vary.
Pour remaining green chili over the top of the enchiladas.
On top of that, spread shredded cheese, I like to use Oaxacan cheese or Mexican melting cheese but you can use whatever is your favorite.
And for the crowning glory, pour some cream over the top of it all. Hey, why not go out in a blaze of glory!
Bake in a preheated 350 degree oven for 30 minutes or until top is brown and bubbly.
Dish out and enjoy! We add a dollop of sour cream and cilantro. It's OH SO YUMMY! These ingredients kind of vary in amount depending on how many you are making. This would be for about 10 but again, you can make as few as you need just depending on the amount of chicken. I don't follow a recipe, I do it by what looks right as I'm mixing it.
The meat of one rotisserie chicken, removed from bones, shredded
8 oz of cream cheese, softened
1/2 cup chopped cilantro (plus a bit for garnishing)
1/2 cup diced onion
2 cups shredded cheese (we use Mexican blend of melting cheese)
4 cups green chili (we use an all natural in a jar called "Cookwell & Company")
1/2 cup cream
About a dozen flour tortillas
salt and pepper to taste