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A very flexible dish, enchiladas are corn tortillas wrapped or stacked with such ingredients as carnitas, carne adobada, or shredded chicken along with vegetables. They’re served under a mantle of chile (red or green) or an assortment of garnishes that can include avocado, sour cream, melted cheese, and salsas. New Mexico enchiladas sometimes are made with blue corn tortillas. Taco Temple of Morro Bay, California, makes a sweet potato enchilada topped with tomatillo sauce and pumpkin seeds. In Lafayette, Louisiana, the Blue Dog Cafe makes crawfish enchiladas topped with Mornay sauce.