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Layered Fiesta Casserole

Layered Fiesta Casserole recipe
photo by:kraft
Say Hola! to your new favorite Mexican-inspired casserole. It's layered with ground beef, salsa, tortillas and melted cheddar cheese.
time
prep:
25 min
total:
55 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
10/1/2009
Excellent! I did add 1/2 pkg. taco seasoning to the hamburg. Had it for supper the first night, and the second night it was just as good!
posted:
10/1/2009
Excellent recipe...Just so happens it was it my email and I already planned to make it for dinner. Very easy and a big hit with everyone. I make it probably twice a month.
posted:
9/30/2009
Oh man! We LOVE this dish! I make it all the time. It's mild enough for the kids but spicy enough for the grown-ups. We like to top it with sour cream too. I make it different depending on what I have on hand. I've used ground turkey and canned chicken in addition to the ground beef. Sometimes instead of using the peppers, I will add a can of diced green chilies. I have also substitutedd fresh tomatoes for the canned. No matter how you make it, it will be eaten till it's gone!
posted:
9/29/2009
This is one really great casserole. I've used both corn and flour tortillas. I've also made it like Mexican lasagna. Making three four and five layers. Add a bottle of hot sauce for an extra zip!
posted:
9/23/2009
I made this with a few changes. I used 93% ground turkey in place of beef which I seasoned with garlic pepper as I cooked it, and I added chopped onions. I waas taking it to a covered dish supper so I also cut the corn tortillas each in about 8 pieces so it would be easier to get out of the dish. Very good and what little I had left over I microwaved for dinner the next night. I will be making it again.
posted:
9/21/2009
Everyone loved this recipe! I made some changes, I left out the peppers but added taco seasoning to the meat and black olives. Delicious!
posted:
9/15/2009
Kids loved it, (4,3 and 1) I skipped on the peppers but added finely diced squash in the the meat. I did add a little more spice with chili powder or taco seasoning (to taste of course). Tonight I'm adding pinto beans instead of corn.
posted:
8/27/2009
We added taco seasoning, used fresh tomatoes, and also added black olives. We let the meat and peppers sit together a while before we baked it (had to run out, so it just worked out that way) but it had such a good flavor. Added sour cream on top when it was done. Husband loved it.
posted:
8/6/2009
I made a few tweaks, #1 I used ground turkey and 2% reduced fat cheese to make healthier. #2, recipe calls to put meat mixture as first layer on bottom, I put tortillas first, comes out like a lasagna in a way, less messy! #3 used mexi-corn so you have have the chopped peppers already- much faster(plus onions which recipe doesn't call for but a good additive) and I topped my slice with some sour cream-Yummy and nice quick dinner! Will def make again :)
posted:
8/4/2009
For those of you who found it to be "soggy", try draining the tomatoes before you put them into the mix.
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