Friday, April 15, 2011

Apple Enchiladas

Cherries or peaches can be substituted for apples.

1 (21 ounce) can apple pie filling
6 (8 inch) flour tortillas
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/2 cup butter
1/2 cup white sugar
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup water

  • Spoon about one heaping quarter cup of pie filling evenly down the center of each tortilla.
  • Sprinkle with cinnamon; roll up, tucking in edges; and place seam side down in prepared dish.
  • In a medium saucepan over medium heat, combine butter, white sugar, brown sugar and water. Bring to a boil, stirring constantly; reduce heat and simmer 3 minutes.
  • Pour sauce over enchiladas and let stand 45 minutes.
  • Bake in preheated oven 20 minutes, or until golden.
  • Serve with vanilla ice cream.

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    1. Good question...please tell us.

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    1. What happens if you don't let the sauce sit for 45 mins??

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    2. You die. Kidding...lol. I'm not sure what happens.

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    3. I assume when it sits you allow the sauce time to soak into the tortillas. Otherwise you would have crispy tortillas in bubbling sauce and it wouldn't taste quite so much like this nice dessert. It might be a bit runny.

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    4. Easier than making Apple Pie and Portion Control is a bonus with this recipe!! Dont rush the 45 minute resting time for the sauce and enchiladas before baking. This step helps to magically transform the flour tortillas into a faux pasty dough ;-)

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    5. So I've made this both ways (letting the sauce sit 45mins and not sit time at all) and honestly it didn't make that big of a difference! It wasn't crispy at all and still tasted GREAT! so if you're in a time crunch skip the 45 min sitting period n you'll be fine!

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  3. Made this today. Everyone liked it. Comments were: more cinnamon and more sauce to pour over ice cream. By "prepared pan" I just assumed that meant butter the pan.

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  4. Yum! Thank you for sharing. I think I am gonna also try making this recipe and use 'puff pastry'

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  5. I made this tonight and served it "a la mode" with ice cream...OMG...my grandkids went crazy! I did increase the "sauce" so we could have some to drizzle over the ice cream. Yum

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    1. I would think this would work with any fruit topping. I experiment on the family first.

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    2. I have my home canned apple pie filling which I'm going to try and I also have apple pie spice mix which I will put on mine...these sound yummy...can wait to try...also have apple pie syrup...can you tell I love apple pie any which way???

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  7. I have homemade apple pie filling in my freezer I was looking to use- perfect!

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  8. You probably shouldn't name this "apple enchiladas" though. That's a term that is used more for actual enchiladas (tortilla with chicken, cheese, etc).

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    1. Actually, enchilada is the correct term. Enchilada: A tortilla rolled and stuffed with a mixture. If you think about it enchiladas do not always contain chicken, they are often made with beef or even no meat at all. In this case APPLE PIE FILLING. Such a great recipe, thank you for sharing!!

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    2. Which is why it is called APPLE enchilada.That way people can READ what it says.

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    3. These are called Apple Flautas around here but same basic concept!! And they are soooooo freakin delicious!

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    4. Really? If the Lord came back tomorrow, would it really matter what she named it? Just relax!!

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    5. Actually, Enchilada means "seasoned with chile" Look at the word and think about it. Flauta is actually the more correct term that should be used.

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    6. Are you people serious? Who gives a crap? It tastes great and it is prepared similar to an enchilada.

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    7. Probably the people whose culture or family traditions are involved. The same way that as a Ukrainian, I don't particularly care to be considered the same as Polish or Russian. Or Sicilians and Italians. Informing people politely is education, and education is a kindness. I don't understand why it would make anyone angry.

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    8. really Folks, who really cares what you call it as long as it tastes good

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  9. Do you have cherry enchilads recipe?..because i'm not a fan of cherry and cinnamon..

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    1. Experiment... don't use the cinnamon. use something else or leave it out.

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    2. A little almond extract and sliced almonds would be great with cherry pie filling.

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  10. Sounds delish!! Never fails I have too many tortillas and nothing to do with them :)

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  11. I'm trying this tomorrow, hubby's fav is apple, mine is cherry. I'm wondering if you could tweak and make cherry blintzes using tortillas? Would be a time saver, have to try that too!

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    1. That is an amazing idea. Use 8 oz of cream cheese, 1 egg, 1/2 cup sugar or splenda, the cherry pie filling, which you can get sugar free at Walmart. That sounds amazing. For the topping, use Splenda and Splenda blend for a low sugar alternative. That sounds soooo good.

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    2. OMGosh reading these if making my mouth water! I'm wanting them now :p Thank you for sharing the recipes :)

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  12. You can't call them enchiladas and then not use corn torillas... plus with the use of corn tortillas, this dessert would be GLUTEN FREE! ;) They sound very delicious though :)

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    1. Chicken enchiladas are often made with flour tortillas. Plus how good would a dessert enchilada be with corn tortillas? Not very!

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    2. who cares what you call them... they sound delish...

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    3. You can call them whatever you want! Especially if they are delicious!

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    4. Actually, true enchiladas, by definition, are made with corn tortillas. And there are several brands of pre-made corn tortillas out there that would work very nicely with fruit filling. Like most International cuisine, Americans have adapted the recipes, especially true regionally, making them their own. In other words, if you picked one dish, say chicken flautas, and had them in Mexico, Colorado, North Carolina and New Hampshire, you would be presented with a wide variety of dishes, obviously the most authentic in Mexico and then varying degrees of authentic from there. But at the end of the day, food is about satisfying the palate of the person it's being fed to so I say adapt away and make each dish your own!

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  13. The sauce is a neat idea. I was taught how to make these by a co-worker who calls them faux crepes and only uses the tortillas and canned fruit pie filling. My own twist is to use 2 cans of filling and instead of sauce, add extra fruit filling over top, cover with foil and bake at 350 for half an hour. Can be done with the no-sugar added filling and is delish.

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  14. What's with the Correct Terminology? It's a cute idea and I'm excited to give it a twirl.

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    1. I 100% AGREE Aimee! What's with the nit pickin??? Call them apple enchiladas, and yes people you can substitute it with other FRUIT filing, jeeze, what are you guys the flippin recipe police!??!
      I came to the comments looking to see if it was liked enough to try on my family, not to get into nonsense debates of the proper name, and slammin someoone because they wanted more info on the cherry enchilada option. Dang, stop with your negative crap and go cook somethin! If you don't like this recipe- move on!!!

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    2. AMEN! some people are so ugly!! I would like to say Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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    3. I think you mean " happy holidays"

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  15. I'm with Aimee ... I'm not all that concerned with the proper terminology. The recipe looks amazing and pending a thumbs up from my family, it'll be featured on my blog! :)

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  16. And I'm with Sam. Who cares about the proper terminology, it's a great recipe and I appreciate the author of the blog taking her time to provide us with great recipes free to us. I'm gonna try this ASAP!

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    1. I'm with Cool Emarld, Sam, Aimee and anyone else that want's to call it what they want. It is a wonderful recipe and who cares about the proper name and use of an ingredient! I too am going to use this recipe, I love all the ingredients and thanks for posting this recipe Cornfed Momma!

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  17. Have you ever eaten Circus Peanuts? They are not actually peanuts they are candy. What about pigs in a blanket? It's not a blanket you are eating its bread!
    So the recipe creator can call it whatever the heck she wants....i might call it apples in a blanket!

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    1. bwhahahahahahah!!!! sigh.... Christi, that made me laugh. True, true, TRUE!!!!

      XOXO

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    2. Lol!! Awesome! Thanks for the laugh! :)

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    3. If there was a like button, I would have hit it 100 times!!!!

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    4. LOL a little entertainment with our dessert ;p

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    5. LOL rolled up stuff you eat

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  18. made this last night. it turned out great! a lot easier than traditional apple pie!

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    1. yeeeayyyy thank you MyLifesaverService!!!
      Now I know I should make this for the fam. I appreciate your simple honest and kind review!

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  19. I just made these! Taste like apple pie:) Pinterest brought me here.

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  20. I always put cheese in my enchiladas. I'm thinking these would be delish with cream cheese spread on the torillas.

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  21. I think it sounds wonderful. I will be making it soon. I agree with most, quit your dang nit-picking. If you want to make it and call it something else just do it, otherwise quit your complaining. Great, great recipe!

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  22. I am making it with my homemade cherry filling tonight. I didn't add cinnamom inside, but did put it in the sauce. May try the almond extract next time. Sounds really good. Can't wait to eat these!

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  23. Flour tortillas don't belong in a recipe that makes them mushy. Unless you're from north of San Antone.
    Its corn or nothing in an enchilada recipe.
    Enchilada literally means with CHILE(hot Peppers).

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  24. I made the APPLE ENCHILADAS. Not sure why some of the posts on the pinterest post are so negative. How would you feel if someone attacked a recipe that you posted on pinterest or anywhere on the web. Think about what you are posting-enchiladas/not enchiladas, cherry/apple, flour/corn. Does it really matter? Cornfed Mamma can post what she wants as this site doesn't hold people back. Post what you want. This is a great idea, no matter how it's made or which tortilla/filling you use.

    When I made these, I made half by adding shredded cheddar cheese. Both were a hit with my friends!

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  25. Oh, my husband is going to LUV these! Thanks!

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  26. I usually have the wheat tortillas, will this work for this recipe?

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  27. Ladies!! (I use the term loosely)
    Enough with the cat fight over the name. This is my first time to this site and I don't know that I want to read anymore comments on future posts if I have to listen to adult women behaving like junior high girls. Put on your big girl panties and just appreciate the great recipes on this site.

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  28. This recipe is so amazing because it can be tweaked for the pickier people in my family (those who give me stink eye when I talk about my love for cherry pie filling). I can roll a few apple, some peach and several cherry, too, and put them all in the same pan! Brilliant!

    I may try to modify this recipe with a bit of sweet cream cheese in each ENCHILADA to see how they turn out.

    And, as a side note, here in California, LOTS of people substitute corn tortillas for flour in many instances. Sometimes you can't, but most times you can.

    Thank you SO much, Cornfed Momma, for sharing your brilliance!!!

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  29. Has anyone tried this with corn tortillas? Just wondering how it tastes. Thanks

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  30. I have some rhubarb waiting to be made into something... maybe Rhubarb Enchiladas??! :D

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    1. Oh yummy, I love rhubarb...great idea :o) I also want to try peach filling.

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  31. Thank you so much for the wonderful recipe. It looks fantastic, and I plan to make it this week when my house is full of my children that are visiting from out of state.

    Please ignore the cranky women out there. It takes a very unhappy person to try to ruin another person's day to make themselves feel better. We should all appreciate the time you took to share your cooking talents. Thank you!!

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  32. Thank you all for the wonderful compliments and don't worry about the "Negative Nellies" I don't let them get to me at all. I hope you enjoy my blog and as soon as things quit being so crazy in my world I plan to get back to posting more recipes!

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  33. I did something very much like this that I found the recepie in Mexican cookbook and they were called Apple pie enchiladas. Who cares what they are called? They are awesome. Thank you for your post as I had lost my recepie and this is so very close. Love them!

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  34. This looks so yummy, but I have a question, and I am probably over thinking this, but it says to Pour sauce over enchiladas and let stand 45 minutes., and then put it in the oven? Can you clarify, I have to wait 45 min before I put these in the oven??

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    1. The tortillas will soak up part of the yummy sauce. You won't regret it!

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  35. I am always looking for new things to serve to my hubby who when we met I think only ate like 5 things. When I read this to him he was really excited about trying this!! Thanks for sharing! I cant wait to make this tomorrow.

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  36. The name painted a picture in my head, so use it! I knew exactly what you meant. Going to buy apple pie filling tomorrow to make these and adding cheddar cheese. It's kind like an easy apple dumpling/cobbler--call it what you will, it sounds great!

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  37. A definite "yum" and I'll have to try this. I used to do something like this only deep-fried and rolled in cinnamon/sugar

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  38. I read this recipe a couple of days ago and made them today. My husband can't get enough of them. For that cynic that said enchiladas must have cheese, I added shredded cheddar along with the apples inside the tortillas. Yum! Also, I used 2 cans of pie filling and just added the other ingredients to that, using half to fill and the other half over the top. Easy!!!!!

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  39. ok, so I have a ton of fresh apples i was looking for something to do with and this sounds great! but how would i go about preparing my fresh apples into a type of canned pie fill apple to use in this recipe???? cant wait to try them out, we love anything wrapped in a tortilla in this house
    ! hahah thanks

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    1. There are tons of apple pie filling recipes out there, but you don't really need one. Just peel, core, and either slice or dice the apples (your preference.) Add some cinnamon, nutmeg, and brown sugar to taste. Bake at 350 until apples are soft. (This will depend on how large you cut them.) Let it sit a while and it will cool off and the juices will thicken. If you end up with a ton of juice, you can either thicken with cornstarch or add something like crushed Cheerios, instant oats, etc to soak some of it up.

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  40. Just made these tonight. They were FANTASTIC!!! Thanks for posting!!!

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  41. My friend made these a few weeks ago for my birthday. So freaking good and way better than birthday cake! Making them tonight for my husband just back from Afghanistan. Hope he likes them as much as I do!! Nom nom!

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  42. I just bought a whole bunch of apples and was wondering, if I cut and peeled fresh apples and mixed with sugar, cinnamon (like you would make apple pie) how long would you increase the cooking time?

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  43. Honestly, I don't know. I googled how to make apple pie filling and found a recipe on all recipes.com Here's the link...

    http://allrecipes.com/recipe/apple-pie-filling/

    I hope this helps!

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  44. This sound wonderful! I bounced over from Pinterest and can't wait to try this! Thanks so much!

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  45. I want to make this for a PTO meeting next month. Would I be able to do each step up until baking it and instead refrigerate it overnight and then bake it the next morning? If so, how long should I bake it for? Maybe 30 minutes? I dont know. HELP!! haha

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  46. How do I keep the leftovers good? Just refrigerate?

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  47. Thinking about making these going to try them w/ tortillas and then with pie crust

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  48. Thank you for the perfect recipe to go with supper tonight! I am so desperate to make it that I made flour tortilla shells from scratch this morning! I live too far from town to justify a trip just for one thing, but have been obsessed with making this since I saw it on pinterest! :)

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  49. We love, loved these!!! Easy tasty (i enjoyed will whipped cream). About to make another batch lol

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  50. Just saw this recipe. Can't wait to try it tomorrow. Making a "football buffet" for watching the game (Go Cowboys!!) and this will be a perfect dessert to finish off a Mexican themed meal. Thanks again!!!

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  51. I made this last night. Oh. My. Goodness. It was fantastic!!! Only tiny change I made was to add the cinnamon to the syrup mixture to pour over the top. I forgot to put it in the roll ups. Oh well... It was still FABULOUS!!!! Thanks again!

    BTW, hope it's okay, but I added a link to your recipe on my blog. I want to share this fantastic recipe with EVERYONE. :)

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  52. I'm making these for a party tomorrow; can't wait! I wonder of putting some vanilla yogurt inside before rolling up and baking would jazz them up and give them more creamy-ness? Might try that after the party goers have tried the original!

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  53. to the lady that stated chilis should be in an enchilada... thank you, you have inspired me to try this recipe and add a couple of chiles just to make it pop!

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  54. There are so many things you could do with this recipe! I have to try it as is (maybe with homemade filling)...then I'm going to try it with whole wheat tortillas. A friend of mine made a wonderful whole wheat crust for her apple pies. It's worth a shot. This looks like a great recipe and base from which to explore possibilities!

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  55. These look yummy, I cook for a camp. I am going to try them out on a small group.
    I have learned that if you cook something, you have the right to put name on it you want to call it , just sayin.....

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  56. Making these as we speak with homemade filling. Vanilla ice cream is waiting on the sidelines :) GREAT idea and thanks so much for posting it.

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  57. Just pulled these out of the oven and tried them. Pretty good but I thought they were going to be sweeter. Iwill make these again but I will tweek it to make a bit sweeter. Maybe pour some sauce before put it in oven then once they come out pour more. Overall, they are good.

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  58. I made this tonight. It was incredbile! It was very rich and delicious! And so simple to make.

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  59. I will be making these. I think you could use almond or vanilla if you want to add something in the cherry filled ones. Also, maybe try baking them for a bit of crunch.

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  60. With a dessert this good, who cares what you call it?! It was a delicious fall treat! Thanks for sharing!

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  61. Made these today.. had a huge box of apples.. so made my own filling.. cut up a few apples.. added a mixture of 2 tsp. cinnamon, 1/4 cup sugar and 1 1/2 TBS. cornstarch and a splash of water and cooked on stovetop for about 20 minutes. They were awesome! Thanks for the recipe!

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  62. In case not all are eaten, do they need to be refrigerated or can they be left out?

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  63. Call me crazy - but I am currently waiting to put these in the oven at 10pm! I'm so excited! I did, however, substitute the apple filling with cherry filling since I didn't have many apples to whip up my filling recipe, nor did I have the extra brown sugar for it! But I cannot wait for these to be done!

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  64. These are really yummy. You can use any pie filling and spice combo.!

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  65. Criminy people!! I used to make these in the 80s and we called them "sweet tamales" cuz we used fruit fillings inside masa harina and then baked them. Call them anything you want just stop with the complaints and nit picking.

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  66. Thank you so much for sharing this awesome recipe! It looks incredibly delicious.

    I plan on making these tonight for my husband's church group. I think I'll be adding some caramel sauce for some extra sweetness. :)

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  67. Sounds good. I will try this over the weekend. I still have an overabundance of apples from apple picking so I think I'll make my own apple filling and give it a try.

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  68. I am making these today… we may or may not have a PTO picnic tonight (depending on weather) - but either way, I'll win. If the picnic is cancel, then my family will be able to enjoy apple enchiladas. They smell delicious already and they are currently awaiting their 45-minute soak-it-up spa treatment in the pan… then I am going to bake them. I saw this on Pinterest too and thought -- I always have a couple of cans of pie filling in my pantry and I always end up with extra flour tortillas to use up. Thanks for the great new recipe to try!

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  69. I made these with pumpkin pie filling. We will picnic this Thanksgiving, and making easier-to-eat pumpkin "pies" will be a fun alternative.
    They came out great, I used your sauce recipe for drizzling.

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  70. Oh my gosh! Really? I live in Texas where anything rolled in a tortilla (flour or corn), covered in sauce and baked, is an ENCHILADA. Good grief! This recipe sounds amazing and I've been wanting to try it. Critical comments about someone else's dish aren't necessary, and are just plain rude. I can't believe I wasted my time reading those nit picky comments!

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  71. Loved this recipe when I found it on Pinterest. Then it inspired me to make a pumpkin version. Posted about that here: http://lessthanperfectlifeofbliss.blogspot.com/2012/11/pumpkin-cream-cheese-roll-ups-yum.html

    thanks for sharing!

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  72. Not sure what I did wrong.... the enchiladas were just swimming in the sauce. Maybe I'll leave the water out next time? Taste was delicious though. Will definitely give this another try!

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  73. To those commenting about what not to name them. AshleighD:: the correct term would NOT be enchiladas. You are correct they dont always contain chicken, meat BUT the term "enchiladas" stands for: slightly covered in pepers/chiles. Since these are fruit filled they wouldnt be "enchiladas" thought I would clarify that out.

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  74. I am bringing them to work very early for a birthday. Has anyone ever had to let them sit overnight in the fridge and bake them in the morning? I don't really have 45 minutes to let the sauce sit on them in the am but I certainly could at night and then bake them in the morning. I just don't want the tortillas to become mushy. Any advice?

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    1. Hello! I actually made these one night and my husband and I were too full to eat them. I stuck them in the fridge overnight and they were delicious! I actually preferred them this way than to just letting them sit the 45 minutes when I made them a second time. The juice gets all soaked up into the tortillas and makes them a delectable texture!

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  75. Ashlee @aayemmzee.tumblr.com - These are so delicious! I made them as a quick dessert for myself and my hubby and we loved them! They'd be great with some ice cream or whipped cream served on top. I will be making these to take to the in-laws for dinner this week. Its a great, quick, impressive dessert to make!

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  76. So yummy I added a half cup of instant oatmeal to sauce then made cream cheese frosting....SINFUL!!!!

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  77. This is my second time making these and they are AMAZING! Funny...the hubby won't eat my homemade apple pie, but he'll devour these things like nobody's business.

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  78. Tried these tonight, and really liked them. But my family isn't very much into sweets, so we'll use less sauce next time. But we loved them, nonetheless. :)

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  79. Hmmm, I wonder how peaches would be... I'll let you know!

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  80. Making these tonight and we are so excited to try them!!! Thanks for the recipe!

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  81. Oooooooh Myyyyy Gooooodness! I just made these and I have no words! I don't care what ya'll want to call them, they are incredible. Thank you Corn Lady for sharing these. I'm just gonna call em Mexican Apple Pies!

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  82. Please, don't be an idiot. The name "enchilada" came from the spanish term "enchilar", and this means "to get spicy". Obiusly an apple won't get you spiced, so pleas stop using termns that you don't know what do they mean; that is an insult to my origins. And yes, I know taht you did't wrote the recipe,but someone has to do something to stop this. // I'm, Mexican. A real one.

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    1. One of my best friends is MEXICAN!!! She calls them ENCHILADAS and gave me the recipe!!!!

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  83. Thanks Cornfed..this is an awesome, quick, simple desert & my husband & grandson LOVE IT!

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  84. Since I'm too lazy to roll out individual portions, I may have to try making a TORTILLA STACK with this...Or would that be an SWEET ENCHILADA CASSEROLE? Maybe throw some cream cheese in it for some QUESO MANZANA CAZUELA? Mehhhh ditch that - I flunked high school Spanish for a reason! Home Ec., too, for that matter! LOL I'm sure a rose by any other name would smell (err...taste?) as sweet! Maybe I can get the kids to make 'em. Oh, I may have to throw in some red hots, too, just to kick it up a notch, though...Ole!

    www.spritequeen.com

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  85. These sound fabulous! I'm making them soon and I don't care what the heck you call them! Get a life people. The lady is kind enough to share the recipe. You don't have to make them if you don't want to for God's sake!!
    I just have one question. Can I use fresh instead of canned apples? Thanks cornfed for posting the recipe!

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    1. I think people go to blogs and post negative comments just to start something. They have nothing better to do but to try to bring other people down. I don't understand it.

      And btw, make these ASAP. Don't delay. You won't regret it!

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  86. Had these as a desert to go with all our superbowl foods and it was so good. I wanted to go back for seconds but didn't want to look like a pig...lol. I will definitely be making this again!

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  87. We had these for dessert tonight. I don't think they should be called apple enchiladas, that is not the correct name for them........

    They should be called apple MIRACLES!!! I am not even a huge apple fan and these were AMAZING. I made these as a special treat for my husband and I ended up loving them as much as he did. I think my favorite part is the tortilla when it soaks up that sauce. That cozy, buttery sauce that I just want to drink.

    Thank you for sharing this recipe. WOW.

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  88. Look here Jesus whoziwhatzit, go trolling somewhere else cause your attempt at educating us makes YOU look like an idiot!

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  89. Just made this with golden delicious apples, softened with butter and cinnamen, sugar and nutmeg. delicious!!!!!

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  90. Awesome dessert. Made these tonight and hubby, sister and I loved them. Served with turtle sundae ice cream. Device!

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  91. Awesome awesome awesome! Used my canned apples mixed with some cornstarch for the filling and my family thinks i am the dessert queen tonight! Thanks for sharing this gem! Heading to check out your other foodie offerings!

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  92. Just wanted to let you know that this Facebook page has copied and pasted your recipe and picture with no credit to your blog. You can report her for copyright infringement, https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=417351455016670&set=pb.407265286025287.-2207520000.1364469298&type=3&theater

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  93. I wouldn't blame this person for not posting anything again. If you have to nit pick on a name, then don't bother coming to blogs and go get your own recipe and name it what you want! She is sharing her recipes, so just be grateful and stop with the picking. I can't wait to make these. I have everything already except pie filling and I think I'm gonna try all different kinds of additions and flavors!
    Thank you for sharing!

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  94. OMG! The longer I read these comments the more fantastic ideas are brought up. One poster suggested cheddar cheese-a great combination with apples. Another poster suggested using peaches, another great flavor combo. I'm having Card club tonight and it's my turn to make dessert. This is it. As for Jesus, get a life fella. I'm going to call them Apple enchiladas, and being Italian I don't know the difference nor do I care.

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  95. I copied your recipe on my fb page to share with my family!! I renamed it, Chinese Pear Salad Surprise!! Surprise!! Its not chinese, it has no pears, and its not a salad!! So far, everyone has enjoyed it, and not one complaint about the name!! ;)

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  96. Pinned this a while back and finally made it for Cinco de Mayo 2013. DELISH! I used cherry pie filling, omitted the cinnamon and added <1 tsp almond extract to the sauce. Thanks for a fantastic dessert!

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  97. I pinned the recipe as well ... cannot wait to try it. Thanks for sharing.

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  98. Trying these this weekend in the enchilada cook off!!!

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  99. should I let it stand at room temperature or in the fridge?

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  100. Do the tortillas come out crunchy or soft? Thanks!

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  101. This looks delicious! Thanks for sharing this recipe!

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  102. Thank you so very much for sharing this recipe.Just a dutch girl that wondered about all the comotion on the name of the apple enchilada's
    They look delicious and when my hubby comes out of the hospital I 'm gone make them for him (and for myself afcourse) (-:

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  103. Made these tonight and oh my!! Delicious!! Thank you for sharing a wonderful recipe! I will make this over and over. ( I couldn't wait the 45 minutes!) tasted wonderful!

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  104. I just read all the replies and I can't get over all the nit picking over a name! LOL Those ladies really need to grow up and be adults instead of teen aged high school kids!

    I can't wait to try this recipe! I have copied down all the suggestions above and am printing it out one for myself and one for my daughter to use as well.

    I believe we cook them in a pan big enough for the amount of tortillas we use and we store them in the fridge after cooking. As far as waiting the 45 minutes is concerned, I'm guessing we don't refrigerate? Please let me know this info, I really want to make these for my family's celebration when my daughter has the baby in the next 2 weeks!

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  105. Someone always has to bring race into it. -_-

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