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"This just didn't go over well at my house. I think it was too soggy or something. The flavor was good but the breading just didn't stay on. I wish I'd had a rack to try cooking it on so it didn't have to sit it its own juice."
"These were very tasty. Next time I'll probably add a bit more salt. I broiled mine in the oven instead of grilling. They probably would have tasted better on the grill but the husband couldn't be bothered. *roll eyes*"
"My daughter also wanted me to make this. I thought it was ok. Very messy, but I think that's sort of the point. I didn't use the whole packet of taco seasoning because my husband doesn't like taco seasoning. I think the whole packet (as the recipe calls for) would have made it better. Darn picky husbands!"
"It was VERY good. I agree with a previous poster that the red onion was the winning ingredient. We used Sweet Baby Ray's original sauce."
"This was really good! I wanted to put some andouille sausage in it but our meat counter didn't have any. I half cooked some Jimmy Dean Hot sausage and put that in. I think it would have tasted better with andouille. I didn't use any shrimp. No one else likes it but me. Other than that, I stayed to the recipe, very tasty! I had to freeze some!"
"These were so easy and pretty tasty. I made 4 batches of them to take to a potluck. I'm glad I read the other reviews first. I put mine in the freezer after rolling them to make them easier to cut. The first batch were actually a bit bland, so I added some garlic salt over the top of them. I might put some bacon bits or green peppers on the nex..."
"It was my first try making enchiladas! This was really easy and really yummy! Next time I'll double it because I dipped my tortilla's in it to soften before I filled them and by the time they were rolled and in the pan, there was just barely enough left to pour over the top."