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Layered Fiesta Casserole

Layered Fiesta Casserole recipe
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Say Hola! to your new favorite Mexican-inspired casserole. It's layered with ground beef, salsa, tortillas and melted cheddar cheese.
25 min
55 min
6 servings
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We are Texans, love spicy Mexican food, and are on a low cal-low fat diet. This fit in SUPER!!! The flavor is the best!!! I added 1 large chopped onion, 3 cloves of minced garlic, and used "rotel" tomatoes instead of just plain diced tomatoes. I also used 1 chopped and seeded Jalepeno Pepper. You can leave out all the spicer items I used - but by all means use the onion and garlic - it adds so much more flavor.
this is delic very tasty i added taco seasoning garlic and onion along with the peppers then stirred in the tomatoes and the salsa then added the corn i also added sliced black olives i let this cook for a while then layered the ingredients the only difference is that i added the cheese on each layer i baked this for about 40 minutes at 350 my family says that this is a keeper i will be making this again and again
This was really good... husband and in-laws liked it a lot! I added taco seasoning to the meat and used medium salsa. A little too peppery for me. Next time I won't put in any pepper (the pepper in the salsa is enough), I will use mild salsa, and I won't add the diced tomatoes or at least not the whole can.
Read directions all the way first, always forgetting to cook peppers with the meat
Next time I would add some onion and more tomatoes. But very good you can also change out the beef for shredded chicken.
Added a little cumin.
i used medium salsa, taco seasoning in mixture, elimated peppers and added tomatoes with chiles...i guess i used the original recipe as a base and made my own out of it. original recipe was rather dull but spiced up, it is a very good recipe.
Loved it! I (accidently) bought flous tortillas which were really mushy in the recipe, but delicious. We didn't mind at all!
This turned out fine, but no one "loved" it. It was better the next day. Mexican leftovers usually don't last long in our house but this did. So, I won't be making it again. Too many calories with all the tortillas, also.
I wouldn't make this one again! I even tried to spice it up a bit but it was lacking still. It might be good rolled up inside tortilla shells and baked like a burrito. My husband said, "Please, don't make that again!" LOL!
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