If you love enchiladas, this gluten free turkey enchilada pie with a mashed potato crust is worth trying :-).
My husband went on a business trip a few weeks ago. His boss had arranged a cooking class for the team to do as a team bonding exercise. I wish I was there for this experience because it must have been an incredible experience.
David came home insisting we buy a potato ricer. And I mean those were within the first 20 words he uttered when he came home from the airport.
Hi, hug the kids, hug the wife, pet the dog and we need a potato ricer.
I was baffled. My husband doesn’t cook and he certainly knows nothing about fancy kitchen gadgets.
I have never heard of a potato ricer before. I looked it up on Amazon and it is a big press like gadget that will rice/mash cooked potatoes. Drop a whole boiled potato in and push the lever. It is quick and easy. I can even imagine my kids would love to do this for me :-).
I have never seen my husband want a kitchen gadget like this before so I did go on Amazon and buy one. It is a little bulky to store, but it was so easy to use on the mashed potatoes. I have seen a lot of cauliflower rice recipes and I am sure this ricer would work really well for that too.
I did cheat and use Hatch brand’s gluten free red enchilada sauce for this recipe. My son loves this sauce, and it really speeds up the time to make this dish. (Make sure you use their can with the big blue Gluten Free words printed on the label.)
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Nutrition Information:Yield: 8
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 619 Total Fat: 27g Saturated Fat: 15g Trans Fat: 1g Unsaturated Fat: 9g Cholesterol: 131mg Sodium: 876mg Carbohydrates: 56g Fiber: 7g Sugar: 10g Protein: 41g