Traditional Mexican enchiladas are corn tortillas wrapped around meat or cheese filling, topped with spicy tomato sauce and grated cheese. Instead of tortillas, biscuits hold the chicken-cheese filling in these pot pies.
The green leaves and stems of the coriander plant are known as cilantro. Popular in Asian and Latin American cuisines, cilantro has a distinctive balmy aroma that contrasts nicely with spicy ingredients.
To easily press biscuit dough into circles, spray your work surface with non-stick cooking spray.
A dollop of sour cream on each pot pie provides a cool, creamy contrast.