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As written, it would have been too bland for me. I made a few changes to punch it up significantly. I added 2 minced chipotle chiles (seeds removed) with about 1 T adobo sauce to the cream soup/sour cream sauce step. I subbed cream of celery soup for the mushroom soup (it was what I had on hand). Used fat free sour cream, and low fat mexican shredded cheese blend, to lower the caloric value a bit. I also used a medium salsa in place of the suggested hot sauce. With those substitutions, it was fantastic. My husband is begging me to make it again. Spicy and filling.

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Chris #5 June 04, 2010

I didn't really enjoy this too much, I didn't like the mushroom soup/sour cream mixture. Another review suggested a pepper jack mexican syle cream soup, that would be much nicer. I also think tomatoes are needed in the beef mixture perhaps in place of half the beans. With those adjustments I may enjoy it much more. Worth a try.

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micro_ang May 23, 2010

AWESOME and so very easy to make. I usedfat-free refried beans and low fat sour cream. When serving topped with salsa and my husband added peppers. Really yummy and not very spicy...will definately make again.

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brlgirl May 07, 2010

I made this to share at work today for Cinco de Mayo and it was a huge hit. I followed suggestions of other reviewers and added 1/2 cup water to the meat mixture and used the Fiesta Cheese soup. Instead of hot sauce I used 1/2 jar of Pace Picante. I served it with shredded lettuce and diced tomatoes on top. I will definitely make this again.

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Cloverbear May 05, 2010

such an easy, delicious meal -- and I made it with ingredients that I had on hand, which is always nice :). Following earlier suggestions, I added a small can of diced green chilis to the bean/turkey mix. I wanted to add a can of diced Rotel tomatoes (as also suggested) to thin out the bean/turkey mix a bit, but I didn't have a can on hand so used a half-can of mild enchilada sauce instead. My picky kids and husband loved it and asked for leftovers the next night (it's rare when leftovers are actually eaten in this house ...) definitely a keeper - thanks!

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DC Dish May 03, 2010

We all really loved this recipe, made exactly as specified with the exception of adding a can of green chili for a little extra kick. We will be making this often!

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crimper May 03, 2010

Sorry to be a downer on this one, but we didn't care for it. It was too creamy, needed some other texture to it and the tortillas just got to mushy.

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Doxie Mama 26 May 02, 2010
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