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Our Favorite Mexican-Style Lasagna

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Create a little fusion with ooey-gooey cheese, beans and taco beef layered up and baked like lasagna.
30 min
1 hr
6 servings
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This was a huge hit! We have a family reunion (20+ people) yearly at the beach, so we each have a night to feed the masses, this meal was 'the best meal of the week'...I did combine an ingredient from the other Kraft Mexican Lasagna. I added the cottage cheese (I mixed it with egg and a pinch of sugar-an old trick used with my regular lasagna). Also I made one vegetarian with only vegetarian refried pinto/and black beans. I also made the beef and taco seasoning In the beef lasagna as per package directions, and used the salsa to layer like red sauce between layers. Salsa, beans, cottage cheese, corn, extra large sliced olives, shredded cheese, repeat! For feeding 20 I used 4 lbs of beef, 2 pints of Low Fat Cottage Cheese, three eggs, pinch of sugar to make 2 large casserole dishes of Mexican Lasagna. The vegetarian as above without meat, however used taco seasoning for the bean mix. Sorry so long winded, but this meal was too great to not rate! Happy Cooking, Lisa from NC
Very easy to make, and it is easy to add ingredients in the layers. I added refried beans as one of the layers, and added corn into the meat and salsa mixture. Next time I will remember to use smaller tortillas, the bigger ones left the corners exposed.
I was so surprised how much my family loved this recipe. My 15 month old son loved and my 82 year old grandma loved and asks me to show her how to make it. Usually I'm asking her to show me how to make recipes. I omitted the bean but spreaded refried beans (I cooked them on medium heat with a tablespoon of butter) in-between the tortillas. I will definitely be making this again...soon! I posted pictures too!
This was a hit with my family. The teenage boys really enjoyed it. I did brown the ground beef with onion, used my own home canned salsa with 1/2 cup water and used 2 cans of beans. Yummy!
This was just okay. I used refried beans instead of pinto beans. I gave it 3 stars because it does not reheat well in my opinion.
I used corn instead of the beans to suite my family's tasts better. Yummy!
I didn't have Pinto beans and substituted Great Northern and it was delicious. My son and his two fourteen year old friends ate every last bite!
My husband and I loved it...will probably try adding onion next time. It was quick and easy to make.
I have made this a few times and it is a hit! I changed a few things: 1)add can of petite diced tomatoes (drained) to the meat mixture, 2) added a small can of tomato sauce to meat mixture (wasn't saucy enough for us the first time), 3) used black beans (rinsed) instead of pinto beans 4) didn't have cheese that it called for so I just used shredded cheddar. I also spread sour cream on each tortilla layer. Loved it!
I loved this recipe! My husband didn't like the salsa - I also added onions which he doesn't like so that probably had something to do with it. It didn't stop us from gobbling up every last bite! So Yummy! Next time I won't add extra onions though.
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