Similar to an enchilada, but with a black beans and chile puree. Loaded with zucchini, potatoes, & queso fresco

Enfrijoladas, which traces its origins to pre-Columbian times, is still one of the most popular versions of enchiladas in Mexico. Oaxaca, in southern Mexico, has the highest proportion of native peoples in the country, and traditional culture is alive to such an extent that an estimated 50% of indigenous people are unable to speak Spanish. Enfrijoladas are a cousin of the better-known enchiladas – in which some form of protein is wrapped in tortillas that have been first fried and then dipped into a chile sauce. These Enfrijoladas from The Vegan Taste will provide you with Capsaician, Vitamin C, potassium, folate, and more!

Reheating Instructions: Warm in a covered pan over medium

Customer Comments:

“I think this was my favorite for the whole week. Nice and spicy!” – Alice Ch. from Phoenix

“Tasty and terrific!” – Deborah La. from Peoria

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