Easy-to-make cheese enchiladas and tomatillo sauce with Sinaloa Tortillas

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HI Now host Jobeth Devera is in the kitchen once again with Cuauhtemoc Macias, the CEO of Sinaloa Hawaiian Tortillas, and together, they’re showing off these easy-to-make cheese enchiladas with a homemade green tomatillo sauce.

For an easy but delicious cheese enchilada filling, Macias suggests the following recipe:
Shredded cheese mix (Mexican pack)
Green onion, chopped
White onion, chopped
Olives, chopped
Chicken or beef (optional)

Mix all ingredients together in a large bowl and put in the fridge until ready to use.

To make a tasty green tomatillo sauce, use the following ingredients:

Macias says put all ingredients in a pot and fill with water. Bring it to a boil then down to a simmer and cook until vegetables are soft. Remove from pot and place vegetables in a blender. Blend until mixture becomes smooth and place the sauce to the side.

Now it’s time to fry the tortillas!

Using Sinaloa Hawaiian snack size Tortillas, heat a pan with vegetable oil. Grab a tortilla and dip it into the green tomatillo sauce, then place into the pan. Fry each side of the tortilla for about 10 to 15 seconds and place on a plate. Immediately fill the tortilla with your already-made cheese mix and roll the tortilla loosely closed. Repeat steps for your desired number of enchiladas. At the end, top off with more green enchilada sauce and enjoy!

About Sinaloa Hawaiian Tortillas
For 25 years the Macias family has been making fresh tortillas in Hawaii at the Sinaloa Hawaiian Tortilla factory. Calling the business a “family affair” is an understatement. Father, mother, sons and cousins have all played a part in making sure that almost every grocery store and restaurant in the islands carries Sinaloa Hawaiian Tortillas.

For more information, visit Sinaloahawaii.com, FB: SinaloaHawaiiTortillas

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