Tortillas are amazing! A huge part of Enchilada’s enchantment derives from the hot gravy sauce.
If you want to make Enchilada sauce recipe at home, you will need only a few minutes to get the gravy spread ready! The world’s a gravy train when it comes to making it hot. You have to remember that:
Is the broth thick enough?
At the most, it does not take more than 15/20 minutes for any hot sauce recipe on medium heat. High heat hastens the simmering. Medium heat is best because the ingredients take the time to mix well.
The basic idea is simple
– You will need a mashed gravy like a mashed tomato.
– You will need a powdery paste base to hold the tomatoes. Flour is typically used.
– Use a good non-sticky pan and simmer the gravy with all spicy seasonings.
– When you think the broth is thick enough, cool it down.
– Serve in a neat porcelain bowl (or any bowl) with the tortillas so that everyone can have just as much they need.
Check out the Enchilada sauce recipe here. Get full tangy on the spicy chicken tortilla! Tortilla meal is a neat option for weekend hangouts with friends and family.
About the tomatoes
It is best to buy fresh tomatoes and crush them at home. Canned products are obviously rich in preservatives to increase shelf life. If you cannot keep crushed tomato intact at home for two weeks, one can easily imagine the number of food chemicals in a can with the one-year expiry date! Just buy organic products.
Companies typically use the GMO products to keep up the demand. Genetically modified crops are banned in many countries. They have been shown to be extremely harmful to cellular health, even causing cancer in lab mice. Yes, it was a little off topic, but it is still relevant. You want your Enchilada sauce recipe to be healthy, don’t you? The kitchen garden trend is on the return! It should feel grand to try a hot Enchilada sauce recipe with tomatoes freshly plucked from your own garden.
10 Minutes recipe
Check out this fast recipe. Ingredients include a quarter cup of vegetable oil, all-purpose flour, an ounce of tomatoes, chili powder (2 tbsp + 2 tbsp), about 1 teaspoon oregano, cumin, garlic powder, onion powder, brown sugar, and black pepper. Of course, you will also need vegetable oil to cook. Olive oil is good. Mustard oil makes it tangier. The amounts mentioned here are all tentative.
Feel free to experiment with the notes of the taste in your own way. Start whisking the flour and oil, then add other ingredients, and simmer the mix for about 10 minutes at medium heat. Before serving, you can add parsley or mint foliage to taste. The gravy can be kept well for about two weeks in an airtight container but usually, it gets used up fast.
Enchilada sauce recipe is vegan, so, folks who do not eat animal produces can prepare it with a vegan tortilla. For the seasonings, use Mexican ingredients for the original taste. Many fantastic vegan tortilla recipes are available online. (Actually, point to note, tortilla without the meat fillings is essentially a vegan preparation made of flour.)