Apple Enchiladas

So, the day has arrived it is one year since I started allaboutchantelle and I am so happy I am still here sharing my recipe with everyone reading them!

To celebrate a brand new recipe that was chosen by my boyfriend and made for dessert with our closest friends last weekend, the recipe is a twist on a savoury dish but could not be sweeter. Here is my recipe for Apple Enchiladas;

Ingredients

  • 600g of Apples (peeled, cored and chopped)
  • 175g of White Sugar
  • 135ml of Water
  • 2tbsp of Cinnamon
  • 2tbsp of Lemon Juice
  • 6 Flour Tortillas
  • 115g of Butter
  • 110g of Brown Sugar
Apple Enchiladas
Apple Enchiladas

Method

  1. Put the apples, 75g of white sugar, 10ml of water, cinnamon and lemon juice into a pan
  2. Cook on a low heat for 5 minutes until the apples soften and a syrup forms
  3. Spoon a 6th of the apple mixture into each tortilla
  4. Roll the tortillas up, tucking in the edges and place seam side down into an oven dish
  5. Then in the same saucepan put the butter, 100g of white sugar, brown sugar and 125ml of water and combine over a medium heat
  6. Bring to the boil stirring constantly
  7. Then reduce the heat and simmer for 3 minutes
  8. Pour the sauce over the enchiladas and let stand for 45 minutes
  9. Whilst this is standing preheat the oven to 175C
  10. Then bake in the preheated oven for 20 minutes until golden
  11. Serve hot with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream

I loved how inventive this recipe was a great twist on the savoury recipe we all know and love, they were really delicious but I am a fan of baked apple desserts. These Apple Enchiladas were simple and delicious and can be versatile too, just fill with strawberry, peaches or whatever takes your fancy!

I hope you enjoy the recipe and I hope you are still enjoying my blog, today more than any other I want to say thank you for stopping by!

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8 Comments Add yours

  1. I love crepes, though we always have tortillas in our freezer. Interesting alternative to crepes. You could even do gluten free version using corn tortillas.

    1. I do prefer corn tortillas but they are not as accessible here in Berlin otherwise I would for sure!

  2. Chef Randall says:

    Hey Chantelle this is a great idea, very delecatable. Tasty I am sure.

    Chantelle you have followed my former blog savorthefood.wordpress.com. I always appreciated your visits and comments.

    I have a new web site/blog. The blog is Fun with Food (www.savorthefood.com/blog). I would like to invite you to check it out.

    To start here’s a dessert I made with apples: http://www.savorthefood.com/blog/invite-granny-for-dessert-2/ .

    While you are there we invite you to follow our blog, Fun with Food (www.savorthefood.com/blog).
    Just leave your e-mail in the follow box. 🙂

    I am glad I found your blog again. You have always made great food creations Chantelle. 🙂

    Chef Randall
    http://www.savorthefood.com

    1. Done 🙂 and I am glad you enjoy the blog!

      1. Chef Randall says:

        Your welcome and thanks. look forward to your visits to Fun with Food!!

  3. snati001 says:

    Very nice twist on enchiladas. Must be delicious 🙂

    1. You should try them as they so were! Going for a different fruit next time I think!

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