I took two overly ripe tomatoes (but any tomato will do), one yellow onion, two anaheim peppers from the garden, and Trader Joe's enchilada sauce. I don't know if it is cheating to use the Trader Joe's sauce, but they gave me a taste test in the store and I had to buy it. I slices the peppers down the middle and discarded most of the seeds. I then chopped the peppers very finely. After that I chopped the onions, and chunked the tomatoes. I put this in a sauce pan with about a third of the jar of enchilada sauce. I also added a bit of water so that the mixture could come to a boil.
After this, line up the tortillas in a casserole dish so they are like a taco shape. Spoon in the chicken. Wrap each one up and turn it a quarter turn so that they don't unroll themselves. I then poured more of the sauce over the top and sprinkled on cheese. I used a fairly mild mexican mix, but I would suggest a sharp cheddar and whatever other cheeses are your favorite! Bake them at 400 degrees until the cheese on top begins to crisp. This should take about 20 minutes. I forgot to take a picture of the final product before we gulped it up, so you will have to use your imagination. Dinner again, no more meat to buy!