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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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I added onions but I still thought it was a little bland. The corn tortillas were not very good heated up the next day. I might add jalapenos and black beans next time and a little spice. Also probably substitute mexican cheese for the cheddar. Very filling though.
Next time I would add onions and maybe jalapenos. I did buy the diced tomatoes with jalapenos. We like it spicy, so I would probably use hot salsa vs. the regular salsa. I used a non-Taco Bell brand and it was fine. I also used 8" tortillas (low carb) and only used 2 1/2 per layer but did 3 layers instead of 2. I also used a Mexican cheese instead of sharp cheddar. Easy recipe to make to your liking. Very good & would be easy to double and/or make ahead of time.
"We loved it! I took the litle bit of leftovers to work for lunch and others were asking for a taste! They loved it and asked for the resipe. I did add onions to the recipe and a little of garlic powder."
Loved it!!! It was great! My whole family loved it!!!! Will make this often!
This recipe was full of flavor, easy to make and worked great with our diet. I will make this one again!
Beef needs more seasoning, and I added sour cream on top each plate when I served it. Overall it was good.
This one will be showing up regularly on our menu. I had flour tortillas on hand and used those. They got a little gummy, but they were fine. If I use flour tortillas again, I'll try toasting them first to remove some moisture. Also, if you use flour tortillas, stick them a few times with a fork to prevent bubbles. The corn tortillas, as called for, would be better. I used fire-roasted tomatoes; a good choice. Using what was on hand, I mixed Monterey Jack and Cheddar, which I'll do from now on.
This casserole is sooo easy to make and soooo delicious! It's my roommate's favorite recipe of mine :) I usually serve with some mexican seasoned rice and some low fat sour cream
This was really good, but I think I added extra everthing because I have a big family, but it was superb;)
Love it! I only use a 1/2 of either a red or a green pepper otherwise it's overbearing. I also used flour tortillas.
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