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Cutting the tortillas in half gives you the straight edges needed to allow the tortillas to fit against the sides of the baking dish.
Spoon the refried beans into a microwaveable bowl; cover with paper towel. Microwave on HIGH 20 to 30 sec. or just until warmed.
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I used 3lbs beef, rotel habanero tomatoes, no carrot(!), and doubled everything else to make 2 pans. Very, very, good but not spicy enough for us. Next time I’ll add green chili, cilantro, and my husband requested the addition of black beans. This has so many options if you’re in to experimenting a little. However, as-is, it’s still superb, and my family says its an absolute KEEPER! p.s. – I made sopapillas with this. ;)
This was sooo good. I used medium heat salsa and used a can of Ro-Tel diced tomatoes for a little extra kick. Very tasty!!
I accidentally forgot to add the corn, but otherwise the dish turned out very well. I would have preferred the tortillas to be more on the crunchy side. Instead of diced tomatoes (they were too chunky) next time I will use Petite Diced tomatoes.