I recently ate at a Mexican Restaurant and ordered the cheese enchiladas. They were hot and the sauce was good. However, there was one problem. They were made with American Cheese. Uh No! Of course, this is just my opinion, but I don't think American Cheese belongs on enchiladas or Mexican food! I like to consider myself a foodie, especially when it comes to Mexican Food. Also, serving store-bought tortillas at an Authentic Mexican restaurant is a big no-no.   So here are the cheeses that I think belong on enchiladas.

Cheddar Cheese: A Mexican/Tex Mex Restaurant that uses Cheddar Cheese on Enchiladas. This is the best texture and taste for enchiladas.

Monterey Jack: It's a white cheese not to be confused with Mozzarella cheese. This kind of cheese is perfect for chicken enchiladas. It is also is the cheese that tends to run out of enchiladas. Delicious.

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Four Blend Mexican Cheese: This is probably the most common one used when making enchiladas at home.  Monterey Jack, Cheddar, Asadero, and Queso.

This is how I personally prefer that enchiladas to be prepared. Do you agree? Do you like American Cheese on your enchiladas? Do you like your enchiladas with another type of cheese?  Let me know your opinion in Facebook comments of this post.

Let's take it a step further and let's vote for the best Enchiladas in Victoria.  Submit your vote below. Note only one vote per IP Address will be accepted.  So no vote stacking. Our last poll voted KB'S BBQ the best BBQ in Victoria. 

 

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