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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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It was great! Even my co-workers' mouths were watering over my leftovers the next day! I added all of the suggestions from other people and it was wonderful.
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!
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.
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!
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!
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.
Everyone loved this recipe! I made some changes, I left out the peppers but added taco seasoning to the meat and black olives. Delicious!
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.
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.
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 :)
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