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Santa Fe Chicken Casserole

Santa Fe Chicken Casserole recipe
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Here's one casserole layered with the many flavors of Santa Fe: shredded chicken, black beans, tortillas and plenty of melted cheese.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
40 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
11/29/2011
I made it last night just as it says! We loved it!
posted:
10/25/2011
First time I've used the Philly cooking cream and this recipe was YUMMY. I used all shredded sharp cheddar because that's what was on hand. Also had some cooked chicken thighs with the brest meat. We all loved it and it was easy to prep!
posted:
10/19/2011
Delish! This was fabulous!
posted:
10/7/2011
Super tasty! I used the medium size (soft taco) tortillas instead of the small size (6 inch).
posted:
9/23/2011
AWESOME!!!! Made a few changes after reading the previous ratings. I used Rotel in place of the tomatoes and I boiled my chicken breasts with white onion, garlic, chicken stock, cumin and smoked paprika. WOW....it turned out great even my picky kids ate it. Definately a do-over!
posted:
9/22/2011
a dash of chili pdr. made this special.
posted:
8/30/2011
I made this recipe using canned chicken, which may have been some of the reduction in quality. It kind of ended up mushy combining the canned tomatoes and cooking creme... just didn't really like the texture. I would say going the route of just cooking the creme and chicken and beans and making a wrap with that and some fresh tomatoes and cheese added at the end. Otherwise the moisture really just makes the tortillas soggy.
posted:
8/14/2011
The rare dish that the whole family liked! I used tomatoes with chilis and corn tortillas instead of flour.
posted:
6/28/2011
Simple and affordable! I used one can of Rotel in place of the tomatoes and also added 10-15 minutes to the baking time. I made two of them because I wasn't sure if one would be enough for our family of 2 adults and 3 kids ages 8 and under. One was definitely enough! This is very filling. Eating leftovers today for lunch and it's still delicious the next day! I wonder how well this would freeze...anyone tried freezing it?
posted:
6/20/2011
Super easy and DELICIOUS
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