The best way to experience this is just by visiting. I am partial because I am from Arkansas. Don’t let White Trash scare you. This blog is filled with great recipes and links. Indulge.
I’ve been known to cook fancy, and I’ve been known to cook trashy. This “recipe” is decidedly in the “trashy” column, but it’s so tasty that you might want to try it for yourself. Enchiladas aren’t exactly considered high-brow fare in even the best of times — and these little bundles of joy really take the cake for white-trash glory. They’re quick, they’re cheap, and they hit the sort of guilty spot that I just love.
White Trash Enchiladas
- 2 cans chicken. Yes, cans. Canned chicken is found in the supermarket with all those other great white trash items — tuna fish, Vienna sausages, potted meat, and Spam.
- 8 (or so) flour tortillas. Because you aren’t going to use traditional corn tortillas in a dish like this.
- 1 block cream cheese.
- 1 can green enchilada sauce. Old El Paso makes a fine version for this dish.
- Shredded cheese
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