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Beef Enchilada Bake

Beef Enchilada Bake recipe
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Tortillas are layered, not rolled, in a casserole of ground beef, VELVEETA and tomatoes. That's the trick to an enchilada dish with a 20-minute prep time.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
45 min
servings
total:
6 servings, 3/4 cup each
VELVEETA Liquid Gold
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posted:
3/27/2014
It was still a bit spicy for our taste, so next time I think I will buy the Mild tomatoes AND drain them. Topped each serving with some shredded lettuce, sliced green onion, and a dollop of sour cream. Yum!
posted:
12/1/2013
I added a can of corn (drained) and used Doritos instead of the corn tortilla shells. It was really good.
posted:
11/18/2013
I sauteed in some onions with the beef but by the time I thought to add black olives it was already in the oven. A little sriracha spices it up even more for those who want to add a little heat.
posted:
3/10/2013
This was sooo yummy. I used Mexican Velveeta and Cream of Chicken and Mushroom Soup, as thats what I had on hand. The Meat and Cheese mixture was wonderful by itself. Made it for a Church function and it was gone before anyting else was!! Cant wait to make again.
posted:
2/19/2013
Did not like at all. Very dry.
posted:
10/16/2012
I thought this was just okay but neither my husband or my children would eat this. I ended up having to make something else. This did not taste like enchiladas and the flavor combination with the cream of chicken soup was not good. The only good thing I can say is that I liked the casserole style for the enchiladas so I will make regular tasting enchiladas into a casserole.
posted:
10/15/2012
This recipe is definitely a keeper. It is very simple and delicious. It is also a dish that can be prepared 24 hours in advance, when ready to serve pop in the oven , 25 minutes later the dish is ready . Great for potluck. Serve with a vegetable and you will have a great meal with not any left overs.
posted:
8/22/2012
YUM!! I used ground turkey, 2% Velveeta, and mild Rotel and it came out looking just like the picture. It was a little spicy, even with mild Rotel, but I think using diced tomatoes instead wouldn't give it as much flavor. I will definitely be making this again!
posted:
4/15/2012
My 18 year old brother loved this recipe and asked me to make it again. He's not easy to please so this was good to hear. Next time I would double it as everyone wanted more and use less of the tomatoes and green chilies as the whole family commented that it was a bit hot.
posted:
4/3/2012
My Family loved this recipe. It had a little spice from the rotel, just make sure you get the original or mild to keep the heat in check if you have children. I also cut back on the amount of velvetta and only used about 4-5 oz. melted into the beef/rotel mixture. It was still creamy just with less calories.
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