Sharon’s chicken enchilada pie

This isn’t really a pie – not in the encased sense of the word. More of a bake but a tasty way to use up any chicken left over from Sunday lunch. Also easy to serve up for groups of hungry party guests which is the way the gregarious Sharon who supplied this recipe usually serves it..
What you need:
Left over cooked chicken
Cooked broccoli (roughly chopped)
A jar of Mexican or Enchilada Sauce
Packet of Chilli Doritos
Grated Cheese
Sour Cream
If you cannot get soured cream you can you use a small jar of double cream and mix with some lemon juice. leave it in the fridge for 30 mins to congeal !!
What you do:
Place a layer of broccoli, a layer of chicken, a layer of Doritos in a dish
Cover with half the jar of sauce.
Repeat the above
Place in the oven on 180 degrees for 15mins
Remove from oven and cover with grated cheese an place blobs of sour cream on.
Return to oven until cheese has melted
Serve with Salad
My verdict:
This is one of those moreish recipes that once you’ve tried, you’ll want to have it again just to make sure it really was as tasty as you thought it was.
Have you got a recipe for me? If so send it with a photo of yourself and tell me who you are. If it looks tasty enough, I’ll try it out.


4 thoughts on “Sharon’s chicken enchilada pie

  1. That recipe sounds lovely i am a lover of chicken and can eat it all day. Your recipe is a good way of using that extra chicken and broccoli from the sunday lunch. Thanks for the idea i will definitely try it.


  2. Tried the recipe, good snack time food – but just a little synthetic. If you have the time try replacing the Mexican Sauce with a fresh, homemade salsa.
    Whilst we are on Mexican restaurants, I found a hidden gem called Bar Burrito. Located in piccadilly gardens, the food tastes great !


  3. If you need any ingredients to make this or any other mexican recipes, You can visit my website where from October 1st 2006 I will selling authentic mexican food and publishing daily recipes. Come and take a look!


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