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"Layered" Mexican Lasagna

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  • Thoroughly cook ground beef and warm up can of beans. Drain out the excess grease from beef and mix beef with about a fourth of your container of salsa or add salsa to your own preferences. You will need a pan to bake your lasagna in…at least one that can fit your tortillas.
  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Spread half of beef in bottom of your pan, cover with 2 tortillas. Spread all of your beans on the tortilla, cover with 2 more tortillas. Cover tortillas with about half your cheese or less if you prefer. Cover cheese with 2 more tortillas. Cover tortillas with the rest of your beef, and cover with two more tortillas. (Optional: Cover layer with the rest of salsa or as much as you want to put on there and cover with two more tortillas.) Cover this last layer with cheese.
  • Put into oven for 15 minutes. Let it stand for 5 minutes, and dig in!

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Well, that's how I make a “Mexican" lasagna, and YES.....it is very very very good. Ummm....I hope the directions are clear enough to you (the reader) to understand. All I have to say really is that it is okay for the tortillas to overlap, and if you are using a small pan (like the square ones that are 2 inches deep) then it's okay to use 1 tortilla. I thought I'd share this recipe with people...and by the way, I got this from my brother. Again, sorry if there are any mistakes going on with the recipe. Hope you enjoy it if you make it. It's really really good. Oh yeah, one last thing....if you don't eat beef, you can substitute the beef with chicken. Just cook the boneless chicken breast and cut it up into small chunks. Well, that's all. Enjoy!

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