Spicy Summer Enchiladas with Mezzetta Peppers
Being born and raised in the great state of Texas, you could say that we love our Mexican food. I pretty much eat Mexican food all the time. Today’s recipe for Spicy Summer Enchiladas with Mezzetta Peppers fulfills that amazing, Mexican flavorful recipe with the perfect spicy and grilled peppers that are right out of the Mezzetta Pepper jars. It just like you are doing some summer grilling, but you just pop open the jar, and voilà! They are the whole enchilada…pun intended. Did you know:
Mezzetta Peppers are the #1 jarred peppers in the U.S. Yes, let that soak in…you heard that right…number 1, or should I say numero uno! That’s because they harvest their peppers at the peak of ripeness. Their peppers come from local farmers from around the world and Mezzetta brings the delicious flavors to life with their proprietary brines. My mouth is watering just thinking about them. I’m ready for that summer grilling and summer BBQ flavor!
We are kickin’ up the spicy summer heat with our Spicy Summer Enchiladas with Mezzetta Peppers!
This recipe sure does bring the summer heat so it’s nice to add avocado on top to cut down the heat a little bit.
Mezzetta is having a Bold, Bright Summer Giveaway that matches just how bold and flavorful their peppers are! Below is a list of the 11 prizes which include Weber grills and entertaining items! You don’t want to miss out! You can enter the Mezzetta Bold, Bright Summer Giveaway here!
Grand Prize (1): Weber® Spirit® E-310™ gas grill (ARV $499.00) + Weber® 3 Piece Tool Set (ARV $22.99) + 5 jars of Mezzetta Peppers + Summer Entertaining Kit (Cooler, Wooden Cutting Board, Apron, Towel, Beachball)
Runner-ups (10): Weber® ORIGINAL KETTLE® 18” charcoal grill (ARV $79.00) + Weber® 3 Piece Tool Set (ARV $22.99) + 5 jars of Mezzetta Peppers + Summer Entertaining Kit (Cooler, Wooden Cutting Board, Apron, Towel, Beachball)]
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In a medium pot, heat 3 Tbsp oil on medium. Add the flour and stir until it’s thin.
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.