1. Bake your chicken. For Deaner and I only, I use three HALF chicken breasts because we are lucky enough to have these at the commissary. However, in the past month or so, Evans has decided to horn in on this deal and gobble down his fair share of dinner, so I've upped the recipe to 3 full chicken breasts. Place raw chicken in baking dish and cover completely with chicken broth. You can also use salted water but to each his own. If I remember the broth at the store, great, if not, oh well. Bake for @ 45 minutes on 350 degrees F or 177 degrees C.
2. When chicken is done baking pull out of broth and set on cutting board. Shred with two forks, removing all the gross gizzardy veiny chicken parts. Place shredded chicken in a mixing bowl.
3. Mix shredded chicken with half a jar of Ortega Salsa Verde salsa and mix well. Enough to make shredded chicken wet.
4. Add 1-2 cups of shredded Monterrey Jack cheese. Weight watchers probably calls for only 1 cup. I didn't claim I was following the WW recipe to a tee! Deaner prefers his enchiladas without cheese (obnoxious) so I typically make his before adding a large pile of cheese to mine.
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5. Use soft tortilla TACO shells to wrap chicken into enchiladas. I like to use taco size tortillas because they are more manageable however you can use fajita size. Burrito sized are just too big, sorry. Place in baking dish once rolled.
6. Spoon remaining Ortega salsa verda on top of enchiladas. Top with shredded Monterrey Jack.
7. Bake at 350 degrees F for 20-30 minutes or until cheese is bubbling (beware.....if your husband is weird and doesn't like cheese, his might bake faster).
Serve with tortilla chips and extra salsa is desired. I apologize for not having a picture of the finished product but they were gone too quickly. I cannot stress how much my toddler loves these. I have started doubling my recipe and individually freezing the extras for Evans to eat during the week. They are so easy to pull out of the freezer and warm up in the oven. Add a cold beer and you have the perfect late in the week meal. Great company food as well as I've never met anyone that doesn't love there. Happy Eating!!