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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:
10/1/2005
My family wasn't very impressed with this recipe. It was a bit plain for our taste... it seemed like it was missing something, some type of spice?!?! I know for sure that I won't be making this one again.
posted:
10/1/2005
I gave the recipe to a friend of mine. She had to make it 3 times because her family kept showing up for seconds. To respond to an earlier email about adding flare to the recipe. I used half ground beef and half hot italian sausages with hot taco seasoning, that will definitely kick it up a notch. Hope that helps.
posted:
9/30/2005
This is a great week night recipe. It's easy and tastes good. I used wheat tortillas instead of flour. I don't think it made a difference.
posted:
9/28/2005
I would add a little spice to this recipe. I think it needed a little more of a flare...otherwise it was really good. Even my husband liked it & he is a definite steak & potatoe's guy.
posted:
9/27/2005
I'll definitely make this again. Anything my kids say is good is a "do-over". I may sneak in some black olives in next time.
posted:
9/27/2005
i make this recipe but instead of corn, i use a drained can of kidney beans and we like sour cream and avacado slices as an extra topping put on just before eating.
posted:
9/27/2005
I doubled the meat, salsa and tomatoes. I also left out the corn, but, added 1 medium onion , chopped. My husband loved it so much that he ate it for lunch for three days. It is a good thing I doubled the recipe. Now, when he wants tacos, I will make this instead. Much easier too. Just serve a salad with it.
posted:
9/27/2005
Not one of my favorites. The tortillas are a little too mushy and it could use a lot more cheese.
posted:
9/27/2005
It was ok alone but my husband thought it would be good with chips, and he was right. I had the leftovers as a dip. Next time I will serve it with fritos or tortilla chips.
posted:
9/27/2005
This was so easy to make. My ten year old son helped me make this. We loved it and he wants it again soon. Husband also approved. Of course my picky 12 year old wouldn't even touch it, he doesn't know what he is missing.
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