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Table Charlotte- Recipes for the Week

Tango with these delicious mango enchiladas
It's a quick, protein-filled meal on the go
Published Monday, April 9, 2018 3:00 pm
by Ashley Mahoney

A spin on a classic Table Charlotte recipe that’s packed with protein, and vegetarian friendly—try these enchiladas the next time you need a quick and nutritious dinner.

Mango enchiladas with cilantro.

We covered the health benefits of cilantro a few weeks ago, but for those of you just joining us, welcome! Cilantro serves as a natural remedy for insomnia, as well as anxiety. Skip the pill, and get what you need from your meal.

Serves 4 (one serving = 2 enchiladas)


1 mango

1 green pepper

1 16 ounce container chunky peach + mango salsa

1 15.5 ounce can garbanzo beans

1 15.5 ounce can black beans

1/2 cup red onion

1 12 ounce fancy shredded Mexican blend cheese

2 tablespoons fresh cilantro

8 whole wheat tortillas


Preheat oven at 375 degrees

Open and drain garbanzo and black beans

Add to a large mixing bowl

Peel and pit mango

Inch-dice and add to bowl

Gut pepper

Inch-dice and add to bowl

Inch-dice onion and add as well

Add 1 tablespoon cilantro

Stir to combine contents

Place 1/2 cup of mixture and 1 tablespoon of cheese in the center of each tortilla

Roll up and place in baking dish

Bake for 25 minutes

Top with a fresh cilantro garnish



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