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There was not enough to fill the pan. Everything was dry . I would double everything.
Very good... modify the bean/sauce mixture until it tastes the way you want it. As is, I didn't think there was enough flavor. I added some salsa and also smoked paprika, more chili powder, and a Chipotle spice mix. This is the first tortilla casserole I've made that holds its layers when cut- yet with the extra salsa I didn't think it was too dry, either.
I followed the original recipe adding a cup of onion and 1/2 green pepper. A dollop of sour cream on top. This meal is a keeper. It is versatile, so have fun with it1
This was a nice easy dinner. I did add a small can of green chilis and doubled the garlic. I think it might have been too bland otherwise. I also used kidney beans since I was out of black beans. Everyone liked it and will definitely be making this again! Thanks for a quick, easy and healthy dinner recipe.
Quite good. Too make it even easier, I just used fresh pico de gallo from the produce section, rather than chopping onions, tomatoes.
The prep time took me much longer than 5 minutes--but it has a real mexican taste! It was well-received by my dad and my 5th grade brother thought it was like taco bell :)
Good but a little dry. Next time I would double the sauce (but not quite double the beans). Easy and quicky vegetarian dinner, thanks!
Surprise, surprise, the family does not like when I make a vegetarian meal... So, I added a 1/2 lb of chicken to the mix and by golly they loved everything!! Will be adding this to the mix of dinners for the family! Only thing is that for our family, this was a big enough recipe for 2 nights so next time I'll probably half the recipe for one night if I don't take the leftovers to work the next day!
I love this dish. Replaced tomatoes with 1 can Rotels. Added some corn and doubled the spices.
It was fine, but I don't know if I'll make it again.