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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:
1/13/2009
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.
posted:
1/11/2009
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.
posted:
1/7/2009
"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."
posted:
1/6/2009
Loved it!!! It was great! My whole family loved it!!!! Will make this often!
posted:
1/5/2009
This recipe was full of flavor, easy to make and worked great with our diet. I will make this one again!
posted:
12/19/2008
Beef needs more seasoning, and I added sour cream on top each plate when I served it. Overall it was good.
posted:
12/19/2008
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.
posted:
12/17/2008
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
posted:
12/10/2008
This was really good, but I think I added extra everthing because I have a big family, but it was superb;)
posted:
11/26/2008
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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