Chicken enchiladas (low-carb)


These are frozen low-carb enchiladas from Real Good Foods. The tortillas itself is made from chicken! I added some carb back in by adding the side of Mexican rice (homemade, previously frozen), but it's still less than making it with regular tortillas!


I followed the oven cooking directions, 20 minutes at 400°F in a pre-heated oven.


The rest of the plate is refried beans, lettuce, and sour cream. And a Sauza Hornitos tequila.

And I was curious to see how they compared to my regular chicken and cheese enchiladas. I think I like my homemade one better, but these were pretty good!

Update May 25, 2019

I also got the cheese enchilada version. Even though the filling is cheese, it's not vegetarian, since the "tortilla" is made of chicken.


Here is is frozen, after removing the plastic wrapper.


And after baking for 20 minutes at 400°F.


It's pretty good. I'm not crazy about the orange cheese, but the red sauce is good. I think I prefer the one with the chicken filling and green sauce.

I skipped the rice and beans this time because they're surprisingly filling and now it really is low-carb.


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