Absolutely awful. Sounded so good. Tasted so bad. Very Blah. Needs lots of help. Will never make again.
Nice recipe, simple and tasty. Made exactly as directed, except for optional hot sauce because of 3-year old.
Very good - and very rich. I used a 9x13 pan and the layers worked out a little diferently. I had the soup/cream sauce on the bottom, then 3 torn up tortillas, then the meat/bean mixture then 3 more tortillas and topped with 2 cups of cheese.
I'd suggest to bake covered - the cheese on mine got hard. I also might add some black beans to it. Very good and very easy.
Note: I used the 98% fat free soup, light sour cream and fat free refried beans. All worked very well.
hmm i am a vegetarian but will try to do this recipe with my veggie crumbs will updated sounds really yummy.......
This recipe was good, just that, just good. NOT like OMG good. But, is def easy.
Yummy! Just made it for lunch for the family (home for a snow day). Only a tiny little bit left. Will be a repeat recipe for the future.
Easy, but this had a lot of flaws to it. I highly recommend using low sodium ingredients as much as you can, because I found this to be way too salty. Also, the instructions do not tell you what size casserole dish to make this in, so I made mine in a small round dish so the tortillas would fit perfectly. Well, you should actually use a larger dish (13 x 9 probably) to spread out the sauce better. Mine was swimming in sauce! I wish this had been written better to save me the wasted time of making this "soup"! All in all, it was pretty tasty, just could have been clearer. I definitely suggest using the hot sauce too; I used Taco Bell packets and they added flavor that I'm afraid would have otherwise been lacking. Thanks for sharing.
This recipe definitely needs the Rotel tomatoes or it's just a creamy taste. Nice recipe...but I prefer a real burrito. Thanks for sharing.