To make a chicken enchilada bake, layer corn tortillas, cooked chicken, cheese and enchilada sauce in an oven-safe dish. Cover the dish, and bake it until the cheese is bubbly.
TasteOfHome.com offers a slightly creamier variation on the chicken enchilada bake. It suggests using a green enchilada sauce and adding sour cream to the dish's layers. The enchilada bake requires only 20 minutes to assemble and uses pre-cooked rotisserie chicken.
Kraft.com provides a similar recipe, but adds jalapeño peppers and canned corn for texture and spice. The recipe recommends baking the dish most of the way, then uncovering it, adding cheese and baking it a few minutes more. It also suggests serving the sour cream on top of the dish instead of mixing it through.
BettyCrocker.com's variation uses flour tortillas and adds a layer of refried beans. The recipe suggests topping the enchilada bake with green onions, lettuce and tomato upon serving. The site notes that the dish can be prepared up to eight hours in advanced and kept in the refrigerator before baking.
GimmeSomeOven.com's recipe incorporates other vegetables into the dish. It layers green onions, corn and black beans through the enchilada bake, then tops the dish with avocado, cilantro and additional green onion before serving it.