For more than a century, Sunset editors have been charting the next big things in food. Here are our most iconic recipes, revisited and reinvented
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"A church fair almost anywhere in the Southwest is apt to be accompanied by an enchilada supper, served always by pretty dark-eyed señoritas," wrote Sunset in January 1922, introducing the magazine's first recipe for enchiladas.
Acapulco Enchiladas: This recipe is beautifully simple and true to its roots
Mexican Enchilada Sauce: Sure, you can buy canned sauce, but cooking your own from dried chiles is easy and it has fantastic flavor