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Enchiladas (Gluten-Free)

This recipe comes to us from Meredith Misner.

1 package corn tortillas
1 can refried beans
¼ onion diced
½ green pepper diced
½ red pepper diced
½ cup cheddar cheese grated
Salsa - I dont know how much -- just for the top

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In large bowl, mix beans and veggies and a little bit of the cheese. Grease 9X13 pan. With a tortilla in hand, place a large spoonful of filling in tortilla and roll-up. Stick a little of the bean mix on the edge of the tortilla to glue it in place, and lay seam-side down in pan. Do this until tortillas or filling runs out. Pour a little salsa over all enchiladas, spreading thin, just so the corn tortillas dont dry. Bake for about 20 minutes at 350F. Top with cheese and bake another 5 minutes.

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