Chicken Enchilada Stack

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Cook Time 8 hrs
Temp Low

Ingredients

  • 12-15 small corn or flour tortillas
  • 2 (10.5-ounce) Cans cream of chicken
  • 1 (4-ounce) Can chopped green chilies
  • 1 Cup sour cream (I use light)
  • 8 Ounces cubed Velveeta (I use 2 % kind)
  • 1-2 Cups shredded cheese (cheddar or Mexican blend)
  • 1 white onion, chopped
  • 1 Pound Chicken (cubed)

Directions

  1. Step One

    Mix together all ingredients except tortillas and cheese.

  2. Step Two

    Place 1/3 of tortillas in bottom of slow cooker.

  3. Step Three

    pour 1/2 of chicken mixture on top.

  4. Step Four

    Sprinkle with small amount of cheese. Repeat layer again.

  5. Step Five

    Finish enchiladas by topping with remaining tortillas and remaining cheese.

  6. Step Six

    Cook on LOW for 8 hours.

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  1. Sandra

    Made this to feed my crowd of boys, as I was assembling the dish I realized I didn’t have the green chiles, so I subbed a can of Hot Rotel I pureed with my hand blender. The dish didn’t look pretty but it tasted so good everyone had seconds. This will definitely get made again.

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  2. Lori

    Tried this using the corn tortillas because I heard flour tortillas came out mushy. I didn’t like the texture of the tortillas but everything else tasted good. Will probably eliminate this part next time and put on baked tortillas :-)

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  3. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Leslie, it sounds like you have a hot crock. You may want to reduce the temperature in the future. Sorry, girl :/

  4. Leslie

    This was the first recipe I have tried from you ladies that did not turn out. It burned in my crock pot after 4 hours on low. I salvaged it a bit by putting the non burned part n the oven. This made it not so mushy. This one may be better if done in a non stick crock pot, or maybe with the chicken already cooked. It was looking really good at 2 hours but the chicken was not done yet. Next time I will either do it in the oven or use already cooked chicken. I still love all your recipes!

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  5. Dawn

    Dawn

    First off I will start by saying this is the first recipe that I tried of yours that didn’t “turn out” I have tried others that were fabulous!

    The flavor was good for the most part but I did fell like something was missing (seasonings maybe). I let the dish rest like you normally do for casseroles but it still didn’t come out very well, the bottom tortillas were burnt to the bottom of the crock pot (I used a slow cooker liner and sprayed it with cooking spray), if I try this one again I will have to mess around with it to get a more in depth flavor (it was pretty bland). Oh, I used corn tortillas (after watching your video I decided not to use flour).

    Today I have the cowboy chicken in the cooker! Can’t wait to see how it taste.

    P.S. Can you put what size cooker you use on all the recipes. I have my cowboy chicken in a 5 quart and it doesn’t seem to fill it even half way full, so I am thinking a 4 quart would be better, just want to know what you guys used! Thanks!!

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  6. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Thank you for your comment on the Chicken Enchilada Stack. Sorry it did not work out for y’all.

  7. Teri

    These tasted like enchilades-but they were so mushy we couldn’t eat this. The top and bottom were OK but the layers in the middle were gross. Love Crockpot Girls-but this was a bust :(

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  8. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Uncooked, Sherry. Ashlyn…did you let it rest before serving? I find that with casseroles it’s better not to serve when it’s super-hot, but let it cool slightly.

  9. Ashlyn

    This was really good, BUT it didn’t turn out like the photo shows. It was very soupy/mushy like others described. Might work best if cooked in the oven in a shallow baking dish
    (if you prefer it thicker like a casserole). Overall it was good and I would recommend it. Next time I cook it I will try it in a baking dish and not my crock pot.

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  10. sherry

    Do you cook the chicken first or not?

  11. Charlotte G.

    Charlotte G.

    This tasted good fresh out of the crock pot, but I found it did not reheat well as leftovers. It got all soggy and gross. Would be a good one if I was cooking for more people than two.

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  12. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    No steps missing, Lindsay. Steps 2 & 3 are combined but we’ll get that fixed. Thanks for noticing!

  13. Lindsay

    Is there a step missing to this recipe? It says step 6 at the end but there are no instructions. Just curious before I try making it. Thanks

  14. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    This is like a meal in one dish, Bailey! I would just serve a salad and maybe some tortilla chips and salsa. http://crockingirls.com/recipes-category/summer-salads/

  15. Bailey

    I’m really bad about sides.. what would be a good side to go with this?

  16. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Sorry it was a flop for you, Amy. Sounds like it may have cooked to long…some crocks cook hotter than others so you have to adjust the time. Also, once it cools it won’t be runny any longer. Hopefully, you’ll find the leftovers are yummy!

  17. Amy C.

    This was very mushy and runny. It tasted pretty good.

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  18. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    That’s awesome, Angela! Thanks for sharing!!!!

  19. Angela

    I made this recipe with my left over chicken from the “crock a chicken” recipe I had made from the night before. I cooked it on low for 4 hours and it turned out great. On a side note, I have been crockin 4-5 times a week for the last month using your recipes. It has been allowing me more time to be my kids. Plus there is always enough to feed my 8 month pregnant sister and her hubby.

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  20. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Sorry is was a flop in your family. The consistency is intended to be soft, like a casserole. If you’re looking for a more firm recipe it will likely thicken up after cooling. Maybe your family will like it as leftovers!

  21. Angie

    This recipe came out very mushy. I used the corn tortillas and followed the recipe. Will not make again. Looked nothing like the picture with the recipe.

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  22. Meghan

    I had the same results as Jocelyn, but the flavor of mine was great. It came out very mushy and just did not crisp up at all. I used corn tortillas after watching the video.

    Don’t think I’ll make it again but it served it purpose of feeding my family and my husband thought it was tasty! :-)

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  23. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    @ Angela…you sure can! That’s how long I would cook it I think. Long enough for the cheesy to melt and everything marry together…

  24. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    I haven’t tried it that way Jenni, but my guess would be yes. If you try it and it’s not mushy though, let us know girl!

  25. Jenni B.

    I have wheat tortillas, can I use them or will they turn out mushy and dumpling like with the flour?

  26. Angela

    I have left over chicken from your crock a chicken recipe (delicious by the way).
    Can I use the cooked chicken instead of the raw? Would I cook on low for 4 hrs? Thanks for the help :)

  27. Darlene

    We liked this. It was a nice and easy recipe. Good flavor!

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  28. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Jocelyn, Thanks for your comment on this recipe. Sorry you were not satisfied with the results. Did you use flour or corn tortillas? I originally used flour and it came out more like a dumpling (refer to video) I prefer using corn but my kiddos loved the flour…go figure. When you prepped the meal the night before, did you include the tortillas?

  29. Jocelyn

    We had this tonight for dinner………………was very unsatisfied. I prepped it the night before, followed it step by step and put it on low for eight hours. It did not stay in tact at all, it was so mushy. Even though my family ate it, we had to end up eating it almost like a dip. I don’t know what happened :( It also needed a little more flavoring.

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  30. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Raeann..(love the name!) you can cook on high for 4-5 hours. Just make sure the chicken it done.
    Lisa..sorry. I normally make this in the oven and I’m mixing it up with the crock conversion. Might be the pain meds I’m on for a pulled wisdom tooth, too :/ Anyway…in the crock I put the tortillas on the bottom, first.

  31. Raeann

    Can you cook this on medium or high for less time?

  32. Lisa

    Question – what is on the bottom? Mixture or tortillas? Both steps say to put them on the bottom.

  33. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Sorry Kristyn..forgot to list it at first :/
    And Wanetta…if you take your crock insert out and set a platter on top and then turn your crock over it will just slip out if you’re using a non-stick crock. The GE non-stick from Walmart works really well for this.

  34. Wanetta W.

    I have a question, how do I get my food to pop out of the slow cooker (even if it is sprayed with non-stick) RIGHT SIDE UP and in tact? I am just curious. Mine always dumps out as a hot mess… Yours always looks so pretty! My boys just eat stuff right out of the crock now. I would love to “serve” food again on platters. ha!

  35. Kristyn

    See it now! I will be trying this tomorrow! Thank you! You ladies are great!

  36. Kristyn

    You do not show Chicken anywhere on the recipe listed. Although I did see it in the video.

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