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5 Can’t-Miss
Enchiladas in Baja Arizona

Five places to get a plate of outstanding enchiladas in Baja Arizona.

November 14, 2017

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Enchiladas Bandera from Mi Casa Mexican Restaurant

The holy trio of enchiladas: steak, chicken, and cheese, each topped with one of Mi Casa’s signature sauces. Served with rice and beans … and a little bit of flare in the center. 723 E. Fourth Street, Benson, AZ

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Mom’s Red Chile Chicken Enchiladas from Poco and Mom’s 

Enchiladas served in traditional New Mexico style: flat, spicy, and filled with flavorful pieces of shredded chicken. Topped with rich melty cheese and served with generous portions of beans and rice, these enchiladas make for a hearty meal. PocoAndMoms.com

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Cheese Enchiladas from Taco Giro

Yes, it’s okay to order something other than tacos at a place called ‘Taco Giro.’ Especially when that something is a plate of rich cheese enchiladas, served with heaping piles of rice and beans. Simple, uncomplicated goodness. 610 N. Grande Avenue, Tucson, AZ

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Enchiladas Suizas from La Parilla Suiza

When the enchiladas are named after the restaurant, they’re bound to be good. Filled with chicken and soaked in La Parilla Suiza’s house-made red enchilada sauce, with charro beans and rice on the side, these enchiladas pack a ton of flavor into three fresh corn tortillas. The sauce, made with ancho and guajillo chiles, brings a gorgeous smoky flavor to the table. LaParrillaSuiza.com

Image credit: Kate Selby

Red Cheese Enchiladas from La Posada

La Posada has been serving up their red cheese enchiladas for over 50 years. Needless to say, they’re a hit. Cheese enchiladas are covered in authentic red chile sauce and sprinkled with a generous amount of cojita cheese. Yes, please! Calle Pierson 116, Nogales, Mexico

Image credit: Angela Martinez

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