Original Post 7/17/14 – photos and content updated 3/24/16
Hi Friends! Today I’m bringing back an old classic summer dish I published almost a year ago!
This recipe is a staple in my house, it is full of flavor, takes less than 20 minutes to make and is packed with veggies – also known as a bases loaded home run! Unfortunately the pictures taken with my iphone, without editing, in dismal lighting were a total strike out so they were first up in my quest for recipe photo retakes.
I also made a few adjustments to the recipe. I used a bit more ground turkey chorizo to add even more flavor and loaded it up with extra veggies by doubling the zucchini. Oh, and I might have added extra cheese, which is never a bad thing right? I took out the onion and jalapeno and replaced it with sliced green onion, which makes this recipe even faster then it was before!
From original post –> In addition to being delicious, it’s pretty much impossible to screw up. You literally just add all the ingredients to the skillet and your done. The other nice aspect is that it has a lot of options to adjust to suite any needs.
Gluten free? No problem use corn tortillas instead of whole wheat.
Dairy free? No problem use daiya shreds or diced avocado (skip the broiling step.)
The possibilities are endless and the combination is no fail, healthy and delicious. Don’t take my word for it though, if you like enchiladas and quick one pan dishes then definitely give this one a try! If you do try it I’d love to hear what you think!
Bring on the summer with this delicious summer enchilada skillet!