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Turkey Enchiladas

Not the most photogenic meal, but it tasted good!

I love enchiladas, its become one of my go to meals when I just don’t know what to make. Thankfully my pantry is usually stocked with the necessities so I really can “go to” it without too much difficulty. What’s great about making these is you can change it up every time, depending on what you have on hand. It makes great leftovers too!
I think the key when using ground turkey is to make sure you really season it up. I’m always adding garlic and onion to it, plus whatever spices suit your tastes. Adding the refried beans directly to the meat really bulks this filling up. I use the vegetarian refried beans to cut the fat some more. Throw in some veggies and you have a meal all in one!

Turkey Enchiladas
3/4 pound Ground Turkey

large Onion, chopped
2 Garlic Cloves, minced
Salt and Pepper
small palmful Chili Powder
small palmful Cumin
couple of pinches of dried Thyme
can of Vegetarian Refried Beans
Red Bell Pepper, chopped
1 cup frozen Kernel Corn
1/2 jar Pace Pico de Gallo
8 white or wheat flour tortillas
Enchilada Sauce
Shredded Monterey Cheese
Saute onion and garlic in a couple of drops of olive oil. Add turkey and brown. Add seasonings.
Once turkey is browned, add red pepper and corn and continue to cook. Add refried beans and cook for about 3-4 minutes. Add salsa, cook until all combined.
Fill and roll each tortilla. Place in baking dish, seam side down. Top with enchilada sauce and cheese. Bake in 375 oven for about 20-25 minutes until golden brown. Enjoy!!

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9 comments on “Turkey Enchiladas”

  1. Yum-I love mexican food. Those wouldn’t last long around here.

  2. Oh my, those look so yummy! I think it photographed beautifully as now I am craving mexican food. I would be making a midnight trip to snack on these.

  3. Hi Aggie! I saw your blog yesterday on the foodie blogroll and then saw it again today on Picky Palate’s sidebar so I had to come for a visit. I guess you must be a Texas or Arizona Aggie instead of Utah State like me? Or is it possible that there are more Aggies besides the ones I listed, I don’t follow sports!

    Anyway, great blog. You have a lot of really good ideas on here.

  4. Wow Aggie,
    This recipe looks terrific! Thanks for sharing!

  5. Great dinner! I made chicken enchiladas for dinner!

  6. Those look great. I made chicken enchilladas last week, but the turkey ones are something I will need to try.

  7. I love mexican and this I could easily have seconds on it looks great.

  8. Your turkey enchiladas look so yummy! When I make these I know we won’t have any leftovers. Turkey is great way to instead of beef.

  9. Sounds delicious! I just came back from mexico last week and find myself addicted to these incredible enchilada recipes now!! Must go back next year sometime, I suppose, and this time head off of the beaten track a little. Looking to reading more!