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Looking for enchilada sauce and corn tortillas

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Mississauga/Brampton/Oakville area.
I cannot seem to find enchilada sauce and corn tortillas to make chicken enchilada.
I stopped by Metro, Superstore and Walmart and so far nothing, I'm really suprised that these well stocked stores don't carry these ingridients.

Btw I'm trying to follow this recipe, I made it with regular flour tortilla and nacho sauce and it came out tasting great, so now I want to see how it will turn out with the ingridients above.
http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2009/0...

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  1. I've never seen green enchilada sauce in a grocery store myself but looking at the recipe you may get what your going for with something like this:

    http://www.bhg.com/recipe/chicken/cre...

    The green enchilada suace is basically a can of green chilis:

    http://www.amazon.com/Old-El-Paso-Chi...

    mixed with sour cream and cumin. I never tried those ^ before trying out the recipe I linked and man, such a great ingredient! One of those things that was just always there on a the shelf and am glad I finally discovered them.

    1. I know this is an old post, but Latin American Emporium on Augusta in Kensington is my go-to for latin groceries, dried chilies, produce, dry goods, bottled sauces, cheese and frozen items like chorizo. There's another latin grocery a couple doors down. You'll find everything you need there. Great homemade pupusas there as well... Just wish they were licensed and served cold beer. The perfect meal on a hot summer day.

      1. I have seen both green and red enchilada sauce by La Victoria and corn tortillas at different No Frills locations in east Scarborough. When I saw the tortillas they were refrigerated in the deli section. I think Dempsters makes a corn tortilla well but can't remember where I picked them up. They were with the rest of the tortillas.

        1. Try Highland Farms. Corn tortillas and a good range of canned sauces along with Mexican style cheeses.

          1. or you could go here and get everything you need..

            http://www.latortilleria.ca/

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            1. re: youdonut

              Glad I get my stuff sent from AZ. Prices are a bit steep!