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Mexican Lasagna

Mexican Lasagna recipe
photo by:kraft
Most people think Italian when they hear the word “lasagna,” but this one may change your mind. Corn tortillas take the place of pasta in this Mexican-inspired dish. A me...read more
time
prep:
20 min
total:
50 min
servings
total:
9 servings
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posted:
5/3/2014
My Kids love this and would eat it everyday.
posted:
12/25/2013
Excellent meal! Made it for the office and they loved it. I used the soft corn tortillas to bake with. I had the crunchy tortillas on the side if anyone wanted that crunchy taste as well. I also added a spice I found called Roasted Garlic & Peppers which added that extra flavoring. This was a great meal for an office function. Passing it onto my family members as well.
posted:
8/23/2013
I made this for my boyfriend. He loved it and it's one of his favorite meals. I don't like corn tortillas and substituted flour ones and tasted great!!
posted:
1/20/2013
The flavor of this dish is like tamale pie, although Kraft does not have a recipe for tamale pie. Considering all the ingredients and layering of this dish I would rather make tamale pie. This recipe makes enough for numerous people so I'm not sure if I'd make it again for just the two us.
posted:
11/18/2012
I did what I see others have done. I added a can of ranch style beans on the bottom on top of the first layer of tortillas. Next I added the cottage cheese and then the meat layer. I also used a package of taco seasoning, a red bell pepper, onion and a whole bag of frozen corn and only a few spoonfulls of salsa (all combined) in the meat. I topped the meat with shredded cheese and continued the next layers omitting the beans. I finished with an extra layer of tortillas and shredded cheese with olives on top. It was very good but I think I will cook my tortillas (like you would for enchiladas) next time for a little more crunch. We also topped our portions off with plain yogurt as a substitute for sour cream. The flavor was even better the next day.
posted:
1/31/2012
Delicious!!! The whole family loved this!
posted:
1/31/2012
Both my husband and myself really enjoyed this casserole. It's one that I'll make time and again. Anyone that likes a little kick and needs something new to try, I recommend it highly.
posted:
1/26/2012
This is a DELICIOUS casserole. I used fat-free refried beans for the last layer (replacing the second layer of cottage cheese), and also used Mexi Corn and Rotel for the ingredients. A wonderful dinner that I will make over and over. Thank you!
posted:
2/8/2011
I have made this twice now. I love it & will make it again.
posted:
1/29/2011
this was the worst recipe ever.
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