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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.
time
prep:
25 min
total:
55 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
11/14/2005
This was surprisingly good and easy to make.
posted:
11/14/2005
Super simple & delicious also!!!
posted:
11/13/2005
I'm a relatively picky eater, so I am almost always the one to cook to make sure there's nothing in a recipe I won't like. I'm also very cautious about keeping meals as healthy as possible. For this recipe I used 92% lean ground beef and a reduced carb tortilla, in addition to the reduced fat cheese. I also added about 1/2 teaspoon of cayenne pepper to give it more of a kick. The medium salsa just wasn't enough! I really enjoyed this recipe; It was easy to prep up and once the meat mixture was done, the layering of the dish was only a matter of a minute or 2. It tasted really good. My boyfriend loved it and was psyched about the leftovers for work and snacks. It's a good, hearty meal that doesn't make you feel like a beached whale after eating it due to the fact that it's loaded up with veggies. Next time I will probably add diced jalapeños in with the red and green peppers. On a final note, if you use a Pyrex dish (like i did), you might want to encase the dish with the tin
posted:
11/13/2005
My husband loved it, too.
posted:
11/12/2005
I liked it but my husband wasn't too crazy about it. He's pretty picky and a VERY good cook! He thought it was kind of bland. If I make it again for my kids and grandkids I'll try adding taco seasoning to the meat.
posted:
11/11/2005
I was not thrilled with this one, but my husband loved it. The tortillas were too soggy. Next time, I will add prefried tortillas or chips to maybe add a little more crunch
posted:
11/10/2005
Very good recipe!! My boyfriend is a picky eater so I left out the pepers but I added taco seasoning to the meat while I cooked it. I think that made a huge difference!!
posted:
11/9/2005
My whole family of 5 (some of which are picky eaters) really enjoyed this recipe. It is quick and easy to make, even the left overs which we were fighting over were great! Will certainly make again.
posted:
11/7/2005
My family loved this casserole - everyone from our 2 year old to my father-in-law! I did spice it up a bit with medium salsa and canned tomatoes with jalepenos, so it had some kick. Easy to make!
posted:
11/5/2005
This did not turn out good at all. The tortillas were soggy, the meat had no flavor. I had to add garlic, onions, and taco seasoning just to try to give it flavor. We couldn't even finish eating it. My husband says it's the worst recipe I've ever made him. Oh well, you don't know until you try.
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