I love enchiladas, but sometimes I don't have time to prepare them during the week. When I am craving these Mexican flavors (cumin, chili powder, cilantro, lime), I sometimes mix all of the enchilada "insides" into a bowl for a quick fix.
Enchiladas, by definition, are tortillas rolled around a filling of meat and/or cheese, served hot with a tomato-based sauce. What I love about this bowl concept is that it shows how you can learn some basic cooking skills and flavor-pairings to create a variety of dishes. If you don't have these exact ingredients on hand, no problem. Check out how to make this dish on Studio 5
Some quick substitution ideas: can use canned enchilada sauce, shredded deli chicken, minute rice, or pre-chopped ingredients.