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Mexican Style Lasagna

Mexican Style Lasagna recipe
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Add a kick to your lasagna with salsa and bubbly Mexican-inspired Velveeta—and join the many reviewers who are raving about this crowd-pleaser.
20 min
50 min
6 servings
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This a really good and simple dish. You can spice it up as much as you want. My kids, who are NOT into spicy stuff, eat this up every time. It's also great to make on "babysitter nights" ahead of time and stick it in the fridge for later. Keeps well, and reheats just fine. We really like this.
My son loves lasagna, but is not big on Mexican dishes. He loved it!
My kids loved it!!! I changed it a little and added cottage cheese, sharp cheddar, a little more seasoning but it was a great starter ideal to a great meal.
I made many substitutions for this recipe. I used a can of Ro-tel in addition to salsa. I sprinkled a layer of Kraft Mexican style cheese on top of each layer, instead of using Velveeta, and I added a can of corn. Top this off with some sour cream. It was very good and really easy to make!
I added taco seasoning to the meat and instead of salsa I used a can of diced tomatoes with green chiles. I used a 16 oz velveeta with jalepenos and did not add cheese on top. This is a very heavy dish so I served it with some lighter Mexican rice to even it out. Delicioso!
I think I will try this one again. I feel it needed something else, just not sure what at this point. I placed cheese on all layers to make it extra cheesy. My husband liked it, but I just feel it needed something extra for flavoring... but overall, not bad.
We love this mexican dish. I add taco seasoning to ground beef and sometimes a layer of refied beans. The first time I made this I had 3rds instead of dessert!
This was fabulous! Not too spicy for a 1 and 2 year old, or a pregnant woman for that matter. My husband loved it and asked for it again in the same week. Could easily be spiced up for those with a more adventurous palate.
My husband and I loved this one!! It was very good and cheesy. I added a small amount of sour cream to mine and it was delicious.:)
my husband requested this one again!!:)
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