Enchiladas are a great way to feed a family. They’re pretty universally delicious and even satisfy the appetite of picky eaters, but once you have food restrictions in your family, you realize that nearly every store-bought enchilada sauce contains gluten, grain, and/or dairy. Making your own enchilada sauce isn’t as convenient as opening up a can, sure, but it’s insanely more delicious and better for you. So whether you have food sensitivities, or are simply looking for a delicious enchilada recipe, look no further.
The secret to pull-apart, tender pork is to give it a good sear, then slow-roast it in the oven with the sauce for a couple of hours. It takes time and a bit of babysitting, but I promise it’s worth it. The sauce is cooked alongside the pork and is blended and strained to create the most complex, silky enchilada sauce free of any thickeners.
The filling is a simple vegetable mix, and combined with the pork, these enchiladas have all the components of a crowd-pleaser dish.
Since we have some gluten sensitivities in our house, I like using the Siete tortillas but feel free to use what you prefer. After they’re cooked, I top them with cilantro, lime juice, and a plant-based sour cream or yogurt. Delicious!
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