Way back when I was cooking in those kitchens, I remember making enchiladas a lot. At the time I thought it was a LOT of work. After taking a 10-year break from making them, I revisited it--on a work night. I could no longer find my old recipe, so I just did what it said on the can.
The only thing I changed was to add green onions on top to garnish.
I used flour tortillas from Trader Joe's (the best, in my opinion). The organically raised burger was from there too. Enchilada sauce came from Cub Foods. The cheese is shredded from a big block of Costco co-jack. And the green onions? Target.
This was so EASY to make! And everyone liked it. It was very mild in flavor, so the kids could eat it. AND it wasn't the big production I remembered. Or has cooking just gotten easier for me over the years?