When I worked at a “Southwestern” restaurant in Madison, Wisconsin, we would sometimes offer these as a special.
If I remember correctly, we would call them New Mexican Enchiladas.
Instead of rolling the ingredients in the corn tortillas, you would build a stack.
Put down a sauced corn tortilla, add an ingredient, add another sauced tortilla, then an ingredient, tortilla on top, sauce, and cheese. Then microwave the whole shebang.
Sort of like a tortilla lasagna.
Tonight I had some leftover chicken. I bought some salsa verde, spiced it up with minced chipotles en adobo, reserved half the sauce, and then stirred the leftover chicken into the remaining sauce. Then I put down a layer of spiced salsa verde, a tortilla, some chicken, another tortilla, some more chicken, a tortilla, the remaining sauce, feta cheese, and cheddar cheese. I baked it in the oven until browned.
At the same time I had crisped some bacon, then sautéed some onions, garlic, and chile powder in the rendered fat. Added a small can of black beans, and simmered. Added the crisped bacon back in.
Yep, not bad for a quick Sunday night dinner.