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I cooked chicken and made up enchilada with sour cream and the green sauce and made extra. How many days can I keep them in the refrigerator before reheating?

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I would heat within 3 days. From that point on, first flavor will decay, then quality of tortillas...then, say after about a week, they will get progressively nasty.

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I would store for up to three days. If you're concerned about too many leftovers, throw them in the freezer. They will last for 1-2 months and you can have yummy enchiladas any time! I have done this with no negative effects on the taste or structural integrity of the enchilada.

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Due to the presence of sour cream, they will keep no longer that any other dairy product. I would be more concerned about the consistency the the tortillas. Have you already stuffed them?

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    Downvoted because you are perpetuating the myth that food keeps as short as its most perishable ingredient. This is not true; there are many examples of foods which will keep shorter than their least stable ingredient! In this case, the enchiladas are only good for 3 days, just like any other cooked food, but sour cream will last weeks on its own. – rumtscho Apr 21 '14 at 0:00

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